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acallar

  
      vt  
1    (=silenciar)   to silence, quieten, quiet   (EEUU)  
2    (=calmar)  
  [+furia]  
to assuage, pacify  
  [+crítica, duda]  
to silence
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'acallar' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
acallar la conciencia
exp.
quería acallar los rumores
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"acallar": examples and translations in context
En tanto, el sólido crecimiento de City National está ayudando a acallar a los detractores. Meanwhile, City National's solid growth is helping to silence naysayers.
Con carácter urgente, debemos acallar las armas y comprender que en África no puede haber desarrollo sostenible sin paz. As a matter of urgency, we need to silence the weapons and to understand that there can be no sustainable development in Africa without peace.
Los gobiernos han utilizado históricamente la "seguridad nacional" como excusa para acallar la oposición política y las críticas. Governments have historically used 'national security' as an excuse to stifle political opposition and 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.
Solo bebía para acallar las voces. I only ever drank to quiet the voices. I...
No se los quites para acallar tus culpas. Don't take it away to quiet your own guilt.
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