Translation of uprising in Spanish:

uprising

levantamiento, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈəpˌraɪzɪŋ//ˈʌprʌɪzɪŋ/

noun

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    levantamiento masculine
    alzamiento masculine
    • Kale hardly mentions the working-class uprisings of 1848, which bring his narrative to a close.
    • I want to believe anarchistic uprisings are a thing of the past.
    • They seem to have caused turmoil within the regime, including a series of uprisings and possibly a coup attempt.
    • He actively discouraged independent strikes and peasant uprisings.
    • There were, however, more of these outbreaks than just that of Spartacus, and the Romans were continually afraid of uprisings of slaves.
    • This is why there are no popular uprisings to overthrow the dictators, because it is perceived as pointless.
    • November that year saw uprisings against police harassment in inner cities across the country.
    • Armed uprisings against colonial rule in Africa meant that nearly half the budget was devoted to military expenditure.
    • There have also been uprisings and movements of resistance in other countries of the continent.
    • Revolts and uprisings are only the beginning of a process of real social revolution.
    • For now, there hasn't been any report on any uprisings or rebellions.
    • Special security forces crushed the uprisings, leaving at least a thousand casualties.
    • There were various Kurdish uprisings in Turkey between 1923 and 1938.
    • There were too many rebel factions, too many uprisings all across the country.
    • This rivalry had involved civil wars, peasant uprisings, and religious strife of every description.
    • The terrible suffering fuelled anti-capitalist protests, strikes and uprisings in many poor countries.
    • In the 1970s, the Portuguese ruling elite confronted a massive strike wave at home and uprisings in the colonies.
    • Simultaneous revolutions and uprisings erupted in several countries across Europe.
    • With the exception of popular uprisings, wars are not waged by ‘people’, but by governments and states.
    • It appears that the middle class - the decisive factor in previous uprisings - has yet to move decisively.