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spoliation División en sílabas: spo·li·a·tion
Pronunciación: /ˌspōlēˈāSHən/

Definición de spoliation en inglés:

sustantivo

1The action of ruining or destroying something: the spoliation of the countryside
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It is all a question of achieving a balance.; it would be counter-productive if we were to swing from the excesses of the 80s when demolition and spoliation were rife, to a kind of conservation bureaucracy or totalitarianism.
  • Urban expansion was contained, agricultural and forest management balanced, and attempts were made to redress spoliation.
  • Eventually, this would lead to its physical spoliation, but that was in the future.
2The action of taking goods or property from somewhere by illegal or unethical means: the spoliation of the Church
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Profoundly controversial to contemporaries, this was an unparalleled secular spoliation of ecclesiastical property.
  • There was also a change in outlook, as spoliation was no longer viewed narrowly as wartime looting, but as also covering losses suffered by Jewish collectors in Germany after the Nazis seized power in 1933.
  • In August 2003 the museum approached the Attorney General to ask whether he has the power to authorise the museum trustees to restitute in the case of Nazi-era spoliation.

Derivados

spoliator

1
Pronunciación: /ˈspōlēˌātər/
sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Unless the spoliator can meet this burden with a sufficient explanation, he will likely lose the case.
  • The third-party spoliator must overcome the rebuttable presumption or else be liable for damages.
  • All the popular organisations are invited to cooperate in the struggle against the spoliators of food supplies.

Origen

Late Middle English (denoting pillaging): from Latin spoliatio(n-), from the verb spoliare 'strip, deprive' (see spoil).

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