Translation of threatening in Spanish:

threatening

amenazador, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈθrɛt(ə)nɪŋ//ˈθrɛtnɪŋ/

adjective

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    (look/clouds/gesture) amenazador
    threatening behavior conducta amenazadora / amenazante / intimidatoria feminine
    • And be prepared to move to higher ground, or to a place of safe shelter if threatening weather moves into your neighborhood.
    • He raised both his crutches and used them in a threatening manner towards the officers.
    • I lingered a long time in the rocky little cove, skimming pebbles of green marble across the waves and picturing the saint arriving on such a day of threatening weather.
    • Luck was with the golfers as the threatening weather never really materialized.
    • Swamp life doesn't sound necessarily threatening or hostile as much as just plain miserable.
    • Agricola, stated Tacitus, invaded Caledonia because the northern tribes were acting in a threatening manner.
    • He said two mistakes had been made - the withdrawal of the passes and the threatening letter.
    • People should come to us before the threatening letters start to arrive as the earlier we are contacted the more we can assist.
    • The black, thick, threatening clouds hovered just offshore; she remembered Conall's warning.
    • At the very least, to be a defensible use of a firearm, the shooter must substantiate that the other weapon exists and that it is being brought to bear in a threatening manner.
    • As she neared the summit of K2, on August 13, it was late in the day and threatening clouds were forming to the north, but she kept on.
    • His breath brushed my ear as he whispered in a threatening manner,
    • In 2002 he received a police caution - this time for sending a threatening letter.
    • Upon their arrival, he raised his hoe in a threatening manner.
    • Behind him all was dark, the faint outline of trees on the horizon swaying perilously below a threatening mass of cloud.
    • They sneered and chuckled, holding rocks and sticks in their hands in a threatening manner.
    • The threatening storm clouds clear abruptly, shafts of sun returning.
    • The threatening rain clouds above had moved, allowing the full moon to shine and cast a glow in the area.
    • But just off in the distance another bank of dark and threatening clouds is quickly rolling in, bringing with it the typical heavy rain and fog.
    • There are some very threatening clouds around, and the weather forecast shows lots of storms nearby.
    • I've already deleted five very threatening, ugly comments.
    • It is understood the family living at the two-storey home received a threatening letter in the past few days, telling them to get out of the house by 5pm that day.
    • Earlier this year, the Tahsi church received a threatening letter warning against allowing Lee to attend worship services.
    • If your children see you shouting, abusing and behaving in a threatening manner to other people, they're going to think that this is an acceptable way of conducting oneself.
    • Despite threatening clouds, winter sunshine broke through for much of the service and not a drop of rain fell.
    • His voice almost had a threatening quality to it.
    • I noticed how cool it was under the threatening clouds, and I noticed drops of water on my car and on my skin.
    • Julie revealed she that has received a string of threatening letters since joining the fight against the far right.
    • Due to the mountain range and its threatening weather, we've decided to drive awhile to more friendly geography.
    • We can smell the smoke and it's kind of hard to tell what's a threatening cloud and what's just smoke.
    • Outside, dark, threatening clouds covered the sun, and the air was heavy.
    • The start was not auspicious as an earlier thunderstorm had given way to threatening clouds.
    • As expected the course proved to be in excellent condition but as luck would have it the competitors had to contend with heavy winds and threatening conditions.
    • I had planned a picnic, but that was scuppered by the dark, dark, threatening clouds that loomed over Berkshire this afternoon.
    • Despite threatening rain clouds, the athletes were met with blue skies in the Square, where there were speeches and presentations made, in front of a crowd of several thousand locals.
    • Despite his height, he did have a threatening manner about him.
    • A former Royal Marine who allegedly had his ankle broken during an unlawful arrest had been drunk and behaving in a threatening manner, a court was told yesterday.
    • When he recovered he confronted me in a threatening manner, before leaving in a barrage of shouted obscenities.
    • He asked, in a threatening manner, if I wanted to stay with the company.
    • West, across the rugged mountains and canyons of the southern Rockies, hung threatening cloud formations.