Translation of loyalist in Spanish:


partidario del régimen, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlɔɪəlɪst//ˈlɔɪələst/


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    partidario del régimen masculine
    partidaria del régimen feminine
    Loyalist (in Spain) republicana feminine colono leal a la corona británica durante la guerra de independencia
    • The Loyalists amongst the Colonials came out in crowds to see him, eager to show their allegiance now that it looked as if the revolution were sputtering out.
    • I was inside like some church or meeting house, and there were a blend of people who were native-born Americans and English-born Loyalists.
    • Originally settled in the mid-17th century, it received a second population transfusion, of Loyalists, at the end of the American Revolution.
    • Per capita, Britain sent twenty-five times the number of migrants to North America compared to France, and Loyalists outnumbered the entire net French migration to Canada before 1800.
    • But agents, both Loyalist and Revolutionary, were stirring up trouble among the Indians, casting the frontier into an uproar.
    • Experts from both sides of the Atlantic will discuss battlefield tactics, the contribution of Loyalists and Native Americans, the role of officers, and the real reasons why the British forces failed to achieve victory.
    • After the American Revolution another influx of refugees arrived, Loyalists who like the Acadians had been driven from their homes.
    • But the final battle of the Revolutionary War occurred when Americans retaliated against Loyalist and Indian forces in the Ohio territory in November 1782.
    • Colonial Loyalists and Southern unionists, who rejected outright the nascent nations where they resided, comprised another potential source of dissent, though never a cohesive one.
    • This coincided with an influx of black immigrants, mostly Loyalists who had served in the British Army during the American War of Independence.
    • The history of the American Revolution and the settlement of various Loyalists in Nova Scotia are thoroughly investigated.
    • In addition to the Loyalists fleeing the American Revolution, Canada became a sought-after destination for American farmers in search of cheaper land.
    • After the American Revolution, many British Loyalists settled in Canada.
    • The second phase switched British attentions to the south, where large numbers of Loyalists could be recruited.
    • In 1783, the arrival of Loyalists after the American War of Independence almost tripled the English-speaking population.
    • Then, in the mid-1780s, thousands of Loyalists came to the province in the wake of the American Revolution.
    • Cornwallis hoped that many Loyalists would rally to the British cause, but in the event this support proved unreliable.
    • The Auberge takes its name from the historic village of North Hatley, which was initially settled by British Loyalists after the American Declaration of Independence in 1776.