Translation of instigation in Spanish:


instigación, n.

Pronunciation /ˌɪnstəˈɡeɪʃ(ə)n//ɪnstɪˈɡeɪʃ(ə)n/


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    instigación feminine
    incitación feminine
    they had concealed the information at his instigation/at their brother's instigation instigados por él/por instigación de su hermano, habían ocultado la información
    • it was carried out at the director's instigation se llevó a cabo a instancias del director
    • My investigations never indicated any evidence of extreme right-wing instigation or co-ordination of events that night.
    • It criminalises open instigation of terrorism and terror threats, and sets out a definition of the term ‘organised crime’.
    • I find that the respondent himself actually either did this writing or wrote these letters or it was at the respondent's instigation.
    • There can be no reason why there should not be immediate instigation of closure procedures.
    • In 1666, at Colbert's instigation, the Académie Royale des Sciences was founded.
    • The Mental Health Review Board must conduct a review between four and six months after instigation of the order.
    • More research is needed to determine whether these risks can be reduced by more rapid instigation of preventive treatment.
    • A crucial breakthrough came at Miquel's instigation of the introduction of a management accounting system.
    • At Franco's instigation, he went to Spain in 1948 to finish his studies and receive military training.
    • And since that person must have already killed someone to have got to that stage, this would be enough instigation for the substitute killer to do their job.
    • This is the utmost instigation that should be condemned and, frankly, should be ended, so that the two sides can indeed reach a solution.
    • The ‘diverse’ curriculum increasingly common in our schools offers, at its best, much more than colorful reminders of ‘difference’ or instigations to ‘tolerance.’
    • The organisers are to be commended on the growth of the market since its instigation and also in achieving a very successful business market in the area.
    • Finally, I have never seen evidence of extremist instigation in schools we sponsor.
    • Several years ago now, largely at my instigation, the turkey got fired from our family Christmas dinner.
    • A terracotta army of over 7000 life-sized soldiers made at his instigation and buried in three large pits near the tomb was discovered in 1974.
    • But he insists that it was at the woman's instigation, and said he was ‘stunned, disgusted and embarrassed’ by what she did.
    • It does not seem to me to matter at this stage at whose instigation for the moment, but it was the act of the engineer?
    • This detracts from official complicity or downright instigation of mob-violence.
    • It was at my instigation; she wanted to get married and I didn't, a familiar enough tale of couples in their late twenties.