Translation of redouble in Spanish:

redouble

redoblar, v.

Pronunciation /riːˈdʌb(ə)l//riˈdəb(ə)l/

transitive verb

  • 1

    (increase)
    (efforts) redoblar
    (efforts) intensificar
    • Councillors hope that redoubling their efforts will allow officers to devise a ‘more proactive’ strategy.
    • But far from being examined - let alone disavowed - the policies behind these developments are being redoubled.
    • Charles attempted to exploit the rift between army and Parliament and redoubled his efforts to persuade the Scots to assist him.
    • Had they known, they would, I am sure, have redoubled their efforts.
    • If anything, this act of violence has redoubled our efforts to make this community stronger.
    • At the same time, Europe and America must redouble their efforts to strengthen the imperfect but necessary system of international governance.
    • He stressed the importance of redoubling their efforts this year to ensure the needs of the club and the community will be met.
    • Instead they redoubled their efforts, and with two goals inside three minutes, they turned on its head an encounter that appeared to be slipping away from them.
    • For this reason alone we should be redoubling efforts to clean up our air.
    • Well planned and organized coordination doubles and redoubles the combat capability of a combat force package.
    • Under their instruction, he redoubled his efforts.
    • In the coming year we will be redoubling our efforts and in particularly we will be working with those schools that need extra help.
    • It's not all over yet - we'll just redouble our efforts to catch them.
    • Not downhearted, the Cumbrians redoubled their efforts.
    • In Beijing Duan redoubled his efforts to strengthen his position.
    • We will be redoubling our efforts on schools that have causes for concern with the aim of having no failing schools in Manchester.
    • The man stumbled back, then redoubled his efforts, swinging with increasing speed and strength.
    • We will, of course, be redoubling our efforts in the year ahead - there is still plenty of room for further improvement.
    • City opponents have redoubled their assaults, sensing that a Tory victory is not impossible.
    • We will be redoubling our efforts to make sure it stays that way.
  • 2

    (in bridge)
    redoblar
    • The games can be doubled and redoubled as in bridge.

intransitive verb

  • 1

    (efforts) redoblarse
    (efforts) intensificarse
    (noise) aumentar
    (noise) intensificarse

noun

  • 1

    (in bridge)
    redoblo masculine
    • The players now bid as in Contract Bridge (doubles and redoubles are allowed), until one player passes.
    • If someone then bids higher, any previous doubles and redoubles are cancelled.