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non-belligerent

Saltos de línea: non-belliger¦ent
Pronunciación: /nɒnbɪˈlɪdʒ(ə)r(ə)nt
 
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Definición de non-belligerent en inglés:

adjetivo

Not aggressive or engaged in a war or conflict.
Example sentences
  • But it also must have involved dialogue, collaboration, exchange, communication, recognition, and similar non-belligerent relations.
  • Sweden survived the war as a non-belligerent state by following a flexible policy which responded to the political realities of the moment while retaining some freedom of manoeuvre for the future.
  • The law of Nuremberg stated simply, that it is not legal to launch a war of aggression against a passive, non-belligerent country.

sustantivo

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A nation or person that is not engaged in a war or conflict.
Example sentences
  • The threat of war thus disrupts financial markets and non-belligerents will try to move resources away, as will the belligerents' own nationals if they can.
  • Troops readily change their allegiances, while the dividing line between non-belligerents and those in active service is tenuous and easily shifted.
  • The country remained a non-belligerent, but was enclosed within the area of German control.

Derivados

non-belligerence

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sustantivo
Example sentences
  • So strong was the latter consideration that Mussolini preferred to talk of Italian ‘non-belligerence’ and not of neutrality, which was considered a sign of weakness.
  • A shamefaced request to Berlin for the eighteen million tons of strategic raw materials ostensibly needed before Italy could fight excused Mussolini's decision to announce Italy's ‘non-belligerence’.
  • The neutrality or ‘non-belligerence’ of all these states was swept away by Hitler's seemingly unstoppable tide of victories in 1940 and 1941.

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