Translation of insubordination in Spanish:


insubordinación, n.

Pronunciation /ˌɪnsəˌbɔːdɪˈneɪʃn//ˌɪnsəˌbɔrdəˈneɪʃ(ə)n/


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    insubordinación feminine
    • At times, one might even use the term insubordination to describe certain individuals' response to presidential decisions.
    • Atkins took the refusal to answer as insubordination and insolence.
    • The flag is at the same time a strong protest against arbitrary actions, injustice, and sociopolitical and sociocultural insubordination.
    • He said at least 20 troops had been accused of insubordination initially, but the eight were the ‘brains’ behind the offense.
    • He had never in five years shown the slightest disrespect or insubordination.
    • And I can see this child as a young adult, trying to make it in the working world and wondering why she keeps getting fired for insubordination.