Translation of demonize in Spanish:

demonize

satanizar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈdiməˌnaɪz//ˈdiːmənʌɪz/

transitive verb

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    satanizar
    demonizar
    • It's very easy, of course, to demonize the other side.
    • Otherwise, we are doing just what we accuse the ‘other’ side of doing: demonizing the ‘enemy.’
    • As such, one side may try to demonize the other by using cognitive stereotypes and simplifications while making their own side appear just.
    • I'm not saying the characters aren't trite, I'm just saying the film goes out of its way to portray the whalers as uninformed rather than demonizing them.
    • That was before the rise of shout TV and the hardening of partisanship and the growing attempts by each side to demonize the other.
    • And of course you expect the other side to try to demonize him.
    • We have to recognize that the other side will demonize us no matter what we actually do so there is no margin in trying to tailor our image.
    • The same anger can be seen in the protest/counter-protest conflicts that happen on street corners across the nation, where each side, to a degree, demonizes the other.
    • He is a long time anti-nuclear activist who will seek any opportunity to demonize anything connected with radiation.
    • The media, police and state government are seeking to intimidate and demonise them, depict them as violent troublemakers and force them out of the city.
    • They then demonise the other side so that there is no compromise solution or anything good about them at all.
    • Each side will demonise the other for support of their cause.
    • By carefully delineating each character, Lee avoids demonising either side - their actions always understandable, if not forgivable.
    • All of these threaten the vital demonising propaganda that makes violence possible.
    • Wartime propaganda commonly has the same effect, demonizing the other side, even when both sides expect the war to end with a negotiated peace.
    • If we persist in demonising young people - portraying them as trouble-makers who need to be kept off our streets - we shouldn't be surprised if some of them, at least, turn out to be demons.
    • To demonise the ‘other side’ in a conflict only leaves the path open for the same problems to happen again, and again, and again.
    • Likewise, the movie seeks neither to glorify nor to demonize slavery.
    • In every war, both sides demonise their enemy to depersonalise them and make it easier for their soldiers to pull the trigger.
    • But dialogue is not about one side demonizing the other.