Traducción de victimize en Español:


victimizar, v.

Pronunciación /ˈvɪktəˌmaɪz//ˈvɪktɪmʌɪz/

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    tratar injustamente
    • It's not healthy to suffer indefinitely, but to say ‘suffering is a choice’ just further victimises people: I'm choosing to have a hard time!
    • A righteous-sounding phrase is being exploited to victimise persons perceived to be a threat to the regime, while others are rewarded with the ill-gotten booty.
    • An Internet message board has been pulled amid allegations it was used by bullies to harass and victimise school children.
    • How does my generation react when an entire community of people is victimized at the hands of religious fanatics in a secular democracy?
    • Reports that he felt victimized by racism at some point in his life don't unto themselves make his race relevant.
    • All photojournalists who respect their subjects find that victimized people are very willing to show the world their lot.
    • They also accused management of swindling public funds and victimising workers who had complained.
    • They are victimizing some people who are not able at that point to help themselves out of a jam… I have felt so sorry for victims who didn't know who they were dealing with.
    • It is our duty and the duty of every decent human to make sure this vermin is no more and that no more innocent decent people are victimized.
    • As far as community activism is concerned, do not victimise people with unfounded and destructive remarks or allegations.
    • And they also happen to victimize other innocent people, so the tragedy is compounded.
    • I'm tired of people victimizing the enemy by using children as weapons in their war of words.
    • I made a decision to speak up against an unjust law in Florida because I was victimized by that law.
    • What it basically does is it further victimizes people who have already been devastated.
    • We see women who are the most victimized people in our society.
    • The children are victimised, picked on, beaten up, laughed and jeered at.
    • In this case, the low-income people are commonly victimized.
    • So to redefine these people out of the system is not particularly fair and we think that victimises these people.
    • In many countries people are victimised, terrorised, disappeared or tortured, for publicly, or even privately, expressing dissent.
    • They have to be careful that innocent persons are not victimised.