Traducción de confrontation en Español:

confrontation

enfrentamiento, n.

Pronunciación /ˌkɒnfrʌnˈteɪʃn//ˌkɑnfrənˈteɪʃ(ə)n/

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  • 1

    (conflict)
    enfrentamiento masculino
    confrontación femenino
    • People are coming here to have a violent confrontation with the police.
    • He could then, very easily, make the confrontation with the Centre an issue and go back to the people.
    • This new workers' organisation was forced into violent confrontation with the state.
    • The confrontation with the court represents the first test of the new administration, analysts say.
    • The logic of events will lead them to a confrontation with the West.
    • The first ran out of the facility in anger after a confrontation with another female.
    • But, I do know that a swan is not the sort of beast you want a confrontation with.
    • It would not have been fitting for him to die a martyr's death in a fiery confrontation with authority.
    • I thought it wise not to engage in any further confrontation with the gentleman on the issue.
    • If he fails to do so, he runs the risk of a confrontation with the people of the State.
    • The others are getting into it a bit more, the confrontations, scheming and arguments have started and we're barely a week in to the show.
    • They were thought to be preparing for a confrontation with former associates who had set up a rival drugs gang.
    • The bank disclosed her new address, forcing her to move again in a hurry to avoid a confrontation with her husband.
    • In fact, she had been avoiding him since the confrontation with the paint stick.
    • Yet for all its confrontation with sex, drugs and sin, this book strongly affirms the human.
    • A confrontation with a group of youths drove her to fire the weapon at the pavement near one teenager's feet.
    • It's supposed to give us freedom of action in a confrontation with a nuclear-armed state.
    • I had enough on my mind without having to have a confrontation with him right now.
    • It is a grotesque confrontation with the reality of life and death.
    • This confrontation with our mortality also occurs when someone close to us dies.
  • 2

    (encounter)
    confrontación femenino
    (of witnesses etc) careo masculino
    • He never shuns a confrontation and is an inspiration to the rest of the players
    • In between are stern confrontations with the scratch side Rugby Canada, Canadas East and West and United States A.
    • Kerry and Cork confrontations normally generate a good degree of passion but this contest failed dismally on that score.
    • That day, the South Africans betrayed the glorious history of one of sport's classic confrontations.
    • This is shaping up to be a classic confrontation between the big server against the master returner.
    • Such a pressure confrontation for a young player in his first season in England might be full of concerns.
    • The outdoor season promises more such confrontations.