Translation of disobedience in Spanish:


desobediencia, n.

Pronunciation /dɪsəˈbiːdɪəns//ˌdɪsəˈbidiəns/


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    desobediencia feminine
    • Most of my life I had spent trying to be as unnoticeable in my obedience and disobedience as possible.
    • On the other hand, the military takes a very dim view of disobedience of orders - and with very good reason.
    • The applicant, a prison officer, was charged with disobedience to orders.
    • I wish he gets support to launch a movement for civic disobedience.
    • When these minorities pass from disobedience to rebellion, the elites lack the resources to quell revolts.
    • The cost of disobedience has become too high, and I'm not sure it's a viable strategy anymore.
    • But why did you have no choice between religious obedience and disobedience?
    • The debate is not about whether or not disobedience to law is justified in a totalitarian regime.
    • We are told that this lends a different perspective to the themes of obedience and disobedience.
    • Doing so would constitute the offence of wilful disobedience of an order under the Act.
    • You incurred this debt by your rebellion and disobedience to his will, and you will have to pay it, won't you?
    • History shows that when faced by mass disobedience, governments always cave.
    • The problem here is not merely one of formal disobedience to White House objectives.
    • The description of the three acts of contempt as disobedience of the order dated 25th April 2003 cannot be right.
    • The education board said their actions constituted disobedience to orders for them to fulfill their obligations.
    • Ordinary laws and policies ordinarily deserve civil obedience, not disobedience.
    • Our nation was founded on a heroic act of disobedience to a king who was presumed to rule by divine right.
    • Many priests refused to collaborate with the authorities, and some incited disobedience.
    • The only way to establish obedience in a child is to punish each and every wilful disobedience to a command.
    • He referred to this being the second abduction by the father in blatant disregard and disobedience to an order of the Spanish court.