Translation of molest in Spanish:

molest

abusar (sexualmente) de, v.

Pronunciation /məˈlɛst//məˈlɛst/

transitive verb

  • 1

    (sexually)
    abusar (sexualmente) de
    • The cop had lost his job after being accused of sexually molesting a three-year-old boy.
    • I don't think it takes a psychologist to know that a man who molests children or rapes women is not well.
    • The parents of a teenage girl, who was sexually molested by a taxi driver in his cab, are planning to sue Bradford Council.
    • We know he abused and sexually molested children.
    • Her mother's lover tries to molest her, her cousin tries to seduce her, and she briefly marries an older man who virtually imprisons her out of jealousy.
    • I know you didn't molest him - we'll plead innocent to that - but you did kidnap him.
    • Your child will need medical care if he has been sexually molested or physically injured.
    • The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children say one in five girls and one in 10 boys are sexually molested.
    • The victim then told how the attacker molested her while asking her questions.
    • We know that he was molesting him for almost a year at that point.
    • The singer has now been formally charged with sexually molesting a child after giving him alcohol.
    • In a society where women are sexually molested on a regular basis, some norms for protection become inevitable.
    • The man went on to explain that he had been molesting children, boys and girls, of all ages.
    • He was convicted of molesting his girlfriend's daughters.
    • My flat-out belief, based on experience and the research is that every man who molests a child or sexually assaults an adult woman should be sent to prison, no question about it.
    • A private hire driver who sexually molested a teenage girl in his cab has been jailed for three years.
    • Before long, Arenas was imprisoned on false charges of molesting a child.
    • Jordan was paid a reputed $20 million pay-off in 1994 after claiming the singer molested him.
    • A doctor accused of molesting a patient walked free from court after it emerged she had a history of making sex allegations.
    • Their research revealed that he had been convicted in Grahamstown nine years earlier on six counts of sexually molesting young boys.
  • 2

    (harass)
    importunar
    molestar
    • But he was not molested by either Vichy or the Gestapo.
    • The army was warned not to molest the citizens in any manner, and the commanders were cautioned exercise maximum vigilance to this end.
    • How dare you molest this young lady with your obscene and suggestive insinuations?
    • In this respect I cannot but feel sorry for anyone who hates or molests any person purely on account of nationality.
    • Above 125th Street in Harlem, people stare but no one molests you.
    • I hereby apply to have the said demand set aside and to stop the Defendant and their agent and solicitor from harassing and molesting me.
    • Hoodlums also come at night to loot and molest the few people who have the courage to stay.
    • He said under parliamentary law, it was a breach of privilege and contempt of either House to obstruct, insult or molest a member while in the execution of his duties.
    • If anyone should try to molest him or thieve from him, the dogs were there on hand to attack them.