Translation of ravish in Spanish:


violar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈrævɪʃ/ /ˈravɪʃ/

See Spanish definition of violar

transitive verb

  • 1

    (woman) violar
    music to ravish the senses música que cautiva / embelesa
    • Is that what you said to the daughter of Merewala when you killed her father and ravished her?
    • They are coming to kill every single man and woman with guns and knives, and to ravish our daughters and wives.
    • She would be too ashamed to confide in the abbess about how she was ravished by a stranger.
    • Minutes later, the men were ravishing Cliona - separately at first, then together.
    • He was supposed to have kept her awake, not ravish her, not rut her like some animal.
    • Nineteenth-century travellers were ravished by the romantic spectacle of them, as they were delighted by the orientalism of the city itself, with its mysterious and lascivious suggestions of the east.