Translation of allude in Spanish:
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- to allude
tosth/sb aludir or referirse* aalgo/algn, hacer* alusión or referencia aalgo/algn he continuously alluded to his wife as his better half constantemente se refería a su mujer como su media naranjaExample sentences
- In the third part of the book Brueggemann discusses what he calls ‘Unsolicited Testimony,’ or texts which indirectly allude to the nature of Yahweh.
- However the Chinese, for the past 2,000-odd years, have been expert at alluding indirectly, through historical analogies, to current political events.
- It may be the case that ‘Gudeman of Ballangeich’ had become a general term for alluding indirectly to a Scottish king, but it is possible that Charles I and Charles Edward were seen as having more in common with James V than Stuart blood.
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