Definición de boycott en inglés:
- The Israeli academic establishment boycotted him.
- The National Rifle Association then boycotted the company, devastating its stock price and destroying the proposed settlement.
- The European Union quickly imposed sanctions on Austria, and numerous private organizations and individuals began to boycott the country.
- 50% said that boycotting Japanese goods will not create enough pressure on the Japanese government
- There's news trickling in about Americans boycotting German goods.
- Australian dockyard workers boycotted Dutch goods to be shipped to Indonesia to assist their military operations to gain back their colony.
- Outraged that the Wakefield campaign was going to get even more publicity, a number of leading authorities, who had been invited to participate, decided to boycott the debate.
- In the second case, given the high turnout and the low rank of their candidate, the participation of those who boycotted the elections wouldn't have changed the results in any reasonable expectation.
- Blaming what it said were hostile U.S. policies, North Korea boycotted a meeting that was to have been held in September.
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- Two Australian wool bodies have approached the boycott in very different ways.
- I have e-mailed the company and also copied my message to the financial investors for the Body Shop, stating that I will begin a boycott of Body Shop products effective immediately.
- Independent Financial Advisers who sell its policies have threatened boycotts.
from the name of Captain Charles C. Boycott (1832–97), an Irish land agent so treated in 1880, in an attempt instigated by the Irish Land League to get rents reduced.
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