In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(provoke)(rebellion/mutiny) instigar a(mutiny/rebellion) incitar a(rebellion/mutiny) provocarthe riots were instigated by a small number of extremists — unos pocos extremistas fueron los instigadores / incitadores de la revuelta
- In fact, one of the biggest mandates I have for my managers is to instigate change.
- It is believed that the people were disappointed with the compensation given to them for their expropriated land, thus instigating them to commit arson.
- After all, the goal is to address issues, instigate debate and implement change.
- She catalogues the experience of the Welsh housewife and the changes instigated by the introduction of electricity.
- Does the development team have the power and flexibility to instigate catastrophic events in the game?
- Police accused the rink's management of instigating the incident by playing music over the rink's PA system.
- He instigated him to fight a war.
- The Knight of Swords' instigates you to be active, skillful and clever in work situations today.
- Until we use what rights we do have to instigate change, get used to being laughed off.
- Police suspect that both incidents were instigated by juveniles who attend parties.
- But frequent riots instigated by the fascist forces often negated the good work.
- Often the utility companies dispute that they have taken too long and instigate legal action.
- All the treks have their own bewitching features that instigate you to move ahead while knowing them.
- Legal proceedings have been instigated and we will be seeking the earliest possible court date.
- This in turn instigated a slight blackout in our collective fashion senses, meaning that paisley will be back for a short while.
- The possession of a maritime culture may have enabled these islands to instigate change more easily than communities on the mainland.
- This causes him to fear that she will disappear, leaving him with nothing, which in turn instigates him to provoke their break-up so that he can walk out on her before he is abandoned.
- Over the years she has instigated various events in the Court and the town itself.
- When first interrogated, he claimed that ‘it was the evil spirit who made me believe such things, and he also instigated me to say them to others’.
- Much less should they instigate riots to threaten the people.
- It instigated me to do this - in our democracy everyone should be given a chance to speak and you cannot curb anyone's voice.
- The man that they were talking about had instigated a riot in one of our major cities last summer.
- Rather than ban the ‘sinners’ they attempt to work with them by investing in them and trying to instigate change.
- Share prices even might fall, but at least then investors could be confident that they really were using their money to instigate change.
- Seven other detainees were stripped and built into a ‘human pyramid’ after being suspected of instigating a riot.
- Here the audience obtains a glimpse of the power bloc which oversaw and instigated the events.
- He abandoned his work as a doctor and pursued his desire to instigate change using the Leeds Times as a platform for his views.
- The shock instigated me to stagger back.
- ‘The Hanged Man’ instigates you to make changes in routines and patterns that have become meaningless and cumbersome in your life.
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