Translation of brandish in Spanish:

brandish

blandir, v.

Pronunciation /ˈbrændɪʃ//ˈbrandɪʃ/

transitive verb

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    blandir
    • The raider was brandishing a weapon which gardai have refused to be more specific about.
    • Suddenly, a tall and stately golden figure saw us and brandished his weapon menacingly.
    • There was no order to brandish weapons, push journalists around and fire into the air.
    • He picked up a big stone and hurled it at me with his left hand, and then awaited me, brandishing his sword.
    • Motorists were also scared as cars were being struck by the dangerous weapons brandished by the pair.
    • Security guards brandish automatic weapons in front of all the Jakarta business hotels, poised to ward off potential terrorist attacks.
    • He brandished a weapon and began firing on police as he ran across the street.
    • Armed police stormed a house in Rotherham following reports of a man walking the streets brandishing a pistol.
    • She also said the teens rode on two bikes and forced her to pull over as one brandished the weapon.
    • Two armed robbers brandishing sawn-off shotguns then burst through the debris to threaten staff inside.
    • Robbers openly brandished weapons as they intimidated marketers and stole goods and money.
    • The students were apprehended by police on Tuesday evening in London Road, where one of them was found to be brandishing a toy gun.
    • The knifeman claimed throughout that he also had a firearm and brandished a weapon at police from under a blanket.
    • Two masked men, one brandishing a sawn-off shotgun and the other a wrench, raided a village store.
    • The shopkeeper was assaulted when four youths entered his shop brandishing the weapons and stole a sum of money.
    • So, at the top of the stairs I pointed out to him that he was brandishing a dangerous weapon and he could hurt someone.
    • Police have raided the home of an elderly couple following reports of a man brandishing a sawn-off shotgun.
    • This was soon displaced by another stereotype, a bearded guerilla fighter brandishing an automatic weapon.
    • Since when did citizens brandishing weapons have the right to pull over other citizens?
    • No weapon was brandished nor was any word spoken to suggest that there was a weapon.