acallar translation English | Spanish-English dictionary

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acallar  

      vt  
1    (=silenciar)   to silence, quieten, quiet   (EEUU)  
2    (=calmar)  
  [+furia]  
to assuage, pacify  
  [+crítica, duda]  
to silence
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
'acallar' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
acallar la conciencia
exp.
quería acallar los rumores
"acallar": examples and translations in context
Esta oficina al acallar está cruzando la línea. This office to silence is crossing the line.
La introducción del euro puede, si lo hacemos bien, acallar todas esas críticas. Provided it is done well, the introduction of the euro could, silence all that criticism.
Las miserables indemnizaciones que reciben sólo pretenden acallar su oposición y sus protestas. They receive paltry compensation which is intended to stifle their opposition and protests.
El objetivo de ese código universal no es imponer nuestros valores o acallar las opiniones legítimas con las que podamos no estar de acuerdo. The goal of such a universal code is not to dictate our values or to stifle legitimate voices with which we may disagree.
Lo mejor para simplemente acallar a Conroy. Best to just shut conroy down.
¡Juez Danforth, no puedo acallar mi conciencia! Judge Danforth, I cannot shut my conscience to it!
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