Translation of waterboarding in Spanish:

waterboarding

ahogamiento simulado, n.

Pronunciation /ˈwɔdərˌbɔrdɪŋ//ˈwɔːtəbɔːdɪŋ/

noun

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    ahogamiento simulado masculine
    asfixia simulada masculine
    • The manual explicitly prohibits threats, coercion, physical abuse, and waterboarding, which creates the sensation of drowning.
    • She couldn't seem to explain when or where she had or possibly had not been told about water-boarding back in 2002 or perhaps 2003.
    • While in CIA custody, Mohammed was subjected to coercive interrogation techniques, culminating in waterboarding.
    • They depicted the use of "enhanced" interrogation techniques against two of three men known to have faced waterboarding by the CIA.
    • The review questioned the effectiveness of harsh interrogation methods employed by CIA interrogators, such as waterboarding.
    • It now is American government policy that waterboarding is torture.
    • Republicans have insisted in recent weeks that she and other Democrats knew waterboarding was in use but made no attempt to protest.
    • It says they were exposed to beating, sleep deprivation and waterboarding.
    • I've always been on the fence about whether waterboarding constituted torture.
    • Under the argument above, either incarceration is torture or waterboarding is not.
    • Amnesty International once again show their true political colours in a campaign ad against the practice of waterboarding.
    • Although we likely won't know the whole story for some time, the use of torture like waterboarding has yielded important results too.
    • They said the intent is not to use that as an opening for possible use of waterboarding, an interrogation technique that simulates drowning.
    • As far as I can tell you are attempting to redefine torture to exclude waterboarding and sleep deprivation.
    • In my mind, since the Spanish Inquisition, water-boarding has been torture.
    • As a visual culture driven by images on TV and in the movies, waterboarding is a conveniently cinematic form of torture.
    • But that was not the result of harsh techniques, including waterboarding, which were not introduced until August.