Translation of flagellate in Spanish:

flagellate

flagelar, v.

Pronunciation: /ˈfladʒ(ə)leɪt//ˈflædʒəˌleɪt/

transitive verb

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    flagelar
    • Blood flows freely as Jesus Christ is flagellated by Roman soldiers and the scenes of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ are, indeed, not pleasant viewing.
    • She was often biting and hitting Crystal; she was handcuffing her and flagellating her to the point of bleeding.
    • Henry showed his sorrow for Becket's death by having him-self flagellated by 70 monks in Canterbury cathedral.
    • If ever he forgets to pray one night, the next morning he is sure to punish himself appropriately by flagellating himself for one hour for every consecutive night that he missed.
    • Constantly flagellating him, or yourself, is not going to create the relationship of love you want to be in.