Traducción de firebrand en Español:


activista, n.

Pronunciación /ˈfaɪ(ə)rˌbrænd//ˈfʌɪəbrand/


  • 1

    activista masculino
    agitador masculino
    agitadora femenino
    • After a period as a youthful firebrand in the Radical Party, he joined the Greens.
    • Again, that is the sort of suggestion that I think some of the firebrands are putting out in public.
    • His followers see in him a populist hero, but more than anything else he resembles a postmodern version of William Jennings Bryan, the Democratic firebrand whose demagoguery derailed the People's Party in 1896.
    • But if everything goes to plan, it will be fourth time lucky for the former union firebrand who has pulled off a remarkable political and personal transformation.
    • As Vermont governor, the liberal firebrand was a fiscal conservative with close ties to business
    • Amongst our current crop of careerist politicians, we simply don't have enough firebrands with a passionate commitment to pursuing genuine social change.
    • As is befitting of a 46-year-old, he looks more like a greying chartered accountant than a radical firebrand.
    • If Franklin had lucked into a royal audience, might he have persuaded the King to ignore firebrands like Wilkes and do the right thing by America?
    • Though by no means revolutionary firebrands, all rebel against the older generation.
    • I ride the political coattails of the lobbyists and the firebrands.
    • Its faculty and students included many antislavery firebrands, and a series of public lyceum debates soon gave Lane such a reputation as a hotbed of activism that in 1834 the trustees forbade further discussion of the matter.
    • Faculty senate presidents, if I may say so myself, tend to be a responsible lot of leadership types, not firebrands, malcontents, or radicals.
    • One of the main themes which ran through the interview was a sense of pragmatism which one does not always associate with the poplar perception of left wing firebrands.
    • His late grandfather, George, and his late father, Andreas, were both populist Socialist firebrands who became prime ministers.
    • It's a feature of modern politics for some firebrand to declare that they're going to go into elected office and ‘clean things up’.
    • There's no sympathy for the firebrands because they did succeed, they did change the world, and when the culture concedes a little there's so much less to be angry about.
    • That's what thrust him and his classmates into the intersection of law and education with all of the zeal of firebrands.
    • Come back tomorrow for how the firebrands of those revolutionary times saw the young Comrade Bob and how they strove to place him in the pantheon with Lenin and Lennon.
    • Apart from anything else, it showed how superior they were to other nations, in being both generous and also resilient enough to be able to tolerate these firebrands among them.
    • There were activist firebrands getting into loud political conversations with people who just wanted to belt back drinks with parasols in them.
  • 2

    (flaming torch)
    tea femenino
    • He tied firebrands to the tails of 300 foxes to scare away his enemies.
    • When it comes to reducing vegetative fuel hazards, flame lengths and firebrands are the greatest concern.
    • Armoured figures started to head for the bridge, swords and firebrands ready.
    • In any case, it took a long time and a large number of men equipped with axes, swords, and firebrands to do such extensive damage that a whole community suffered economically.
    • Shadows flicked and he could hear the soft crackle of firebrands set into the walls around him, their soft light illuminating the brickwork and tapestries of the room.