Translation of overbearing in Spanish:

overbearing

autoritario, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌoʊvərˈbɛrɪŋ//əʊvəˈbɛərɪŋ/

adjective

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    autoritario
    dominante
    • One man enters the male-only space to escape a conflicted marriage with his overbearing, combative wife.
    • This is a small, proud country existing in the shadow of a large, overbearing neighbour.
    • Heavy, overbearing guitars clash with feeble pianos, annoying violins, and misplaced horns.
    • The waiters, by the way, were exceptionally helpful without being overbearing, and really seemed to know what to advise.
    • You can also meet excessively overbearing golfers who want to solve everything with an arrogant order.
    • When you have an inbred arrogance, you are undoubtedly going to appear overbearing and rude.
    • My parents aren't the snoopy, overbearing kind that stop by to check on your laundry technique.
    • Our disciple goes from pompous to positively overbearing.
    • Wilhemina is a rising surgeon who begrudgingly meets and greets inept blind dates to appease her overbearing mother.
    • But like many young talents, he fell victim to an overbearing and ambitious parent, intent on living through his son.
    • It promotes a large, bureaucratic, overbearing government state which is protected from free market competition.
    • Such a dangerous, overbearing contraption can no longer be relied upon to deliver the social contracts with its citizens that it once did.
    • Did they have an overbearing father to live up to?
    • Besides, with my hideous deformity and your overbearing mother, we'd only be punishing ourselves.
    • A new survey has revealed that overbearing mothers-in-law are to blame for as many as one in five marriage breakdowns.
    • The letters show a devoted if overbearing husband who constantly chides his wife to write more often and to keep up her spirits.
    • I was wearing a festive but not overbearing reddish shirt and Keith was decked out in some sleek black duds.
    • It claimed that an overbearing and threatening management style was leading to staff stress, inefficiency and ill-health.
    • The dictionary definition of arrogance suggests overbearing behavior based on inappropriate views.
    • At all levels, cunning teachers allied with overbearing students.