Translation of dissident in Spanish:

dissident

disidente, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdɪsɪd(ə)nt//ˈdɪsədənt/

noun

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    disidente masculine
    • Even Chinese democracy activists and dissidents take the borders of China as an indivisible given.
    • These provisions can easily be used to target political opponents and dissidents.
    • The dissidents are by no means all pacifists, much less opponents of a resurgence of British imperialism.
    • The regime routinely jails dissidents, has tortured them, and bans all opposition.
    • Each group's militias have arrested human rights activists, newspaper editors and other dissidents.
    • He set up a legal practice in the same year, defending dissidents against the Salazar dictatorship.
    • What if the six women turned out to be persecuted human rights dissidents?
    • In reality a number of prominent anti-Nazi dissidents and artists did take their own lives while in exile.
    • Only in the metropolis can gays, Jews, women, dissidents, democrats and oddballs feel safe.
    • Is he hurt when IRA and republican dissidents accuse him of being a traitor?
    • They located or procured party dissidents and sensationalised their grievances.
    • Ultimately the Republic becomes the Empire and dissidents are forced to launch an armed insurgency.
    • It knew of plans to carry out killings of exiled political dissidents and, at the very least, did nothing to stop them.
    • The refugees are trapped between Guinean government forces and those of rebel Guinean dissidents.
    • Rawa was responsible for showing the world the summary execution of dissidents in Afghanistan.
    • This did not stop some Labour dissidents from declaring themselves satisfied.
    • Apparently the dispute in the dissidents ' camp is unresolved to this day.
    • Is this where he meets Cuban dissidents and shares his ideas about guerrilla warfare?
    • Political dissidents have long warned of the dangers if such a strategy is not implemented.
    • Expulsion is very rarely used if the number of likely dissidents is large, because it may then be counter-productive.

adjective

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    disidente
    • The teachers are part of a dissident movement against the official union bureaucracy.
    • They are obliged to spend the night in the place, with one dissident member of the group who has also turned up.
    • The Soviet dissident movement during the Cold War had an important effect on both the Soviet Union and the West.
    • Insofar as dissident writers consider the profits made from drugs, we find an extremely one-sided response.
    • The continuing sideshows in both dissident republican and loyalist camps compound their problems.
    • It is part of a tradition of dissident visionaries whose visions made them critical of everyday life, like William Blake.
    • It is also likely to be packed, probably with former dissident exiles.
    • Over the subsequent three decades, opposition parties and dissident voices were more in evidence.
    • Democracy and human rights have been extended by women's groups, ethnic minorities, and dissident groups.
    • At the small assemblies, dissident workers were prevented from speaking against the plan.
    • Under these conditions, if art institutions are not prepared to present dissident views, what good are they?
    • Trenchard was able to offer his small and relatively inexpensive force as a cost-effective way to keep dissident colonials in check.
    • It championed democratic dissident movements behind the Iron Curtain as a challenge to Soviet power.
    • This book covers some 30 dissident papers in the US, and sketches the social needs that led to their publication.
    • The threat of dissolution is hardly a sanction to wield against dissident MPs.
    • Walsh called for the museum to become a rallying point for dissident views.
    • Pride of place in the discussion was given to dissident Labour MPs and senior trade union officials.
    • There was no over-reliance on dissident forces for information.
    • This is not an unreasonable strategy, particularly prior to the internet revolution when dissident outreach was limited in the extreme.
    • Even dissident local government councillors are being silenced by these big money threats.