Translation of intimidate in Spanish:


intimidar, v.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈtɪməˌdeɪt/ /ɪnˈtɪmɪdeɪt/

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transitive verb

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    don't be intimidated by her manner no te dejes intimidar por su actitud
    • we felt intimidated in his presence su presencia nos intimidaba / nos cohibía
    • The running dogs of the masculinist oppressors will never intimidate me!
    • Don't let politicians or the media browbeat you, intimidate you or lie about you.
    • Although he was quite intimidated by her appearance, the butler gathered up all of his nerve to speak to her.
    • These are designed to intimidate you back to work before you start.
    • In my last week I was intimidated by drug users, ordered around like a lackey, and threatened.
    • Our country is still the target of terrorists who want to kill many and intimidate us all.
    • I don't think respect is something that you can get by intimidating someone.
    • Some of my friends are very wise, which sometimes intimidates me.
    • So to be honest, it intimidates me, a lowly four-day-a-week contractor.
    • I don't usually argue back to him, he intimidates me, but he caught me at a bad time.
    • It actually slightly intimidated me in return, which I guess was the point.
    • The floral arrangement of lilies intimidated me a bit because it was bigger than me - good to hide behind.
    • Maybe I was too intimidated to help out, or maybe I was still trying to digest it all.
    • A proper inquiry became almost impossible, and she was intimidated, at work and outside.
    • A gang of six teenagers intimidated him and his friends before demanding his mobile phone.
    • Oh I forgot, the nice man intimidated her into signing the car documents over to him.
    • I can't say that the bullying didn't occasionally get to me, but I didn't let them intimidate me.
    • She had been in here far too many times to allow the darkness to intimidate her in any way.
    • No amount of threats will intimidate or frighten us off our path for fairness and justice.
    • In fact, they knew full well that they were intimidating and frightening other people.