Translation of Jacobin in Spanish:


jacobino, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdʒækəbən/ /ˈdʒakəbɪn/

Definition of jacobino in Spanish


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    jacobino masculine
    jacobina feminine
    • If the fanaticism of the Jacobins made the French revolution a success, so the chiliastic, often religious fervour of the Motley Crews and their milieu pushed the American Revolution and the anti-slavery campaigns to their peak.
    • Under Maximilien Robespierre, the Jacobins instituted extreme policies to crush enemies of the state.
    • Despite fears, evinced by Jacobins like Robespierre, that the debilitated army was in no state to defeat the disciplined forces of Austria and Prussia, most of the country was carried away by war fever.
    • The commune refused to be disbanded and, after hints from Robespierre at the Jacobins, tried to have a number of hostile deputies and ministers arrested.
    • The more radical measures adopted by the Robespierre wing of the Jacobins to mobilise the masses led to a polarisation of those intellectuals who had initially given the revolution their support.


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