Translation of incendiary in Spanish:

incendiary

incendiario, adj.

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈsɛndiˌɛri//ɪnˈsɛndɪəri/

adjective

  • 1

    (shell/bomb) incendiario
    (statement/speech) incendiario
    • So why would anyone let such a potentially incendiary rally go ahead?
    • Nair once described her approach to filmmaking in incendiary terms: ‘My job is to provoke’.
    • Despite Daniels's incendiary rhetoric about gays, when asked by CNN's Paula Zahn if he was homophobic, he said no.
    • On June 10, 1991, the University's mink farm was set on fire after a timed incendiary device was detonated.
    • Equally important was the ‘air defence oath’ which urged citizens to stand their ground in the face of incendiary or high explosive bombs.
    • Forty years ago this month a young man, aged just 21, climbed on top of a car in Berkeley California and let fly with a stream of incendiary rhetoric.
    • His incendiary rhetoric will be depressingly familiar to the CalMac ferry staff awaiting a resolution to their own increasingly acrimonious pay dispute.
    • The aforementioned and heavy-handed passage aside, Hecht's film should be commended for its treatment of potentially incendiary elements.
    • But later in life, he rejected the incendiary rhetoric of his youth.
    • Websites and satellite television channels then supply visual images and incendiary rhetoric from any place where they are fighting.
    • He showed youngsters an incendiary bomb found on a golf course in Eltham.
    • The fire had been started with a makeshift incendiary device but caused only limited damage.
    • These grenades were both fragmentary and incendiary devices designed to cause either death or serious battlefield injuries.
    • This incendiary rhetoric, Chege believes, helped fuel the Rwandan civil war of 1994 in which 850,000 Tutsi died.
    • As soon as these experiences become amalgamated with the problems the migrants left behind them in their homeland, it provokes an incendiary situation, possibly even a revolutionary movement.
    • In the High Street two huge concrete water tanks were erected to provide emergency supplies to fight fires if any incendiary devices were dropped.
    • Prowling the stage like a drunken panther, his tales of emotional torture may have grown tiresome, but his incendiary political material proved a rip-roaring success.
    • The plane dropped a total of 608,000 tons of high explosive bombs and more than 51 million incendiary bombs.
    • Here, in order from least to most effective, is a look at how some people are using incendiary rhetoric, creative accounting and contract law to dodge the Revenue Canada taxman.
    • Chris Rock's evolution from underachieving Saturday Night Live also-ran to incendiary social commentator is the stuff of comedy legend.
    • In addition, it is believed they possess crude electronic devices capable of triggering incendiary bombs.
    • In the latter part of 1993 and in the first months of 1994 its violence was directed almost exclusively against the security forces, and incendiary devices replaced car bombs in attacks on economic targets.
    • This was mixed in various proportions to produce fuel for American and British flame-throwers and to fill some incendiary bombs.
    • In fact, there may be as many as 12 incendiary devices in your fridge.
    • In the process, his incendiary rhetoric has alienated much of the middle and upper class, who accuse him of being authoritarian.
    • He chooses two minor potions, three incendiary grenades, and two smoke grenades.
    • According to sources, dissident groups are now at work planning to plant bombs or detonate incendiary devices, according to leaked information.
    • In the Underground they were safe from the high explosive and incendiary bombs that rained down on London night after night.
    • One of the incendiary devices had a blue colored latex glove as a wick.
    • The incendiary devices were found by construction workers who notified the Auburn Police Department.
    • Those demonstrating, including young children, carried placards saying ‘Don't house them, kill them’ and other incendiary slogans.
    • During that year the rhetoric on both sides reached the incendiary stage.
    • A plastic jug rigged as an incendiary device is later found on the roof.
    • These issues are being played out in Britain because it has become the focus of this incendiary global conflict.
    • Such incendiary language, bordering on incitement to mutiny, has become almost routine in Republican quarters.
    • They were arrested after police discovered incendiary devices in their car.
    • Krakow and several other cities were attacked at the same time with incendiary bombs.
    • In 1943, the Neumann factory in central Berlin was struck by incendiary bombs.
    • No position could have been more incendiary or divisive in the years leading up to the Civil War.

noun

  • 1

    (bomb)
    bomba incendiaria feminine
  • 2formal

    (arsonist)
    pirómano masculine
    pirómana feminine
    incendiario masculine
    incendiaria feminine