There are 2 translations of confederate in Spanish:

confederate1

Pronunciation: /kənˈfedərət/

adj

  • 1.1 confederado 1.2
    (Confederate)
    (in US history) confederado
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    • Sherman's prime targets in his famous marches were Confederate war-making resources and morale.
    • One of the most effective naval blockades in history was imposed on Confederate ports by the Union Navy during the American Civil War.
    • Also, if captured by Confederate troops, a Black soldier would be immediately executed or sold into slavery.

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There are 2 translations of confederate in Spanish:

confederate2

n

  • 1.1 (state) confederado (masculine) the Confederates (in US history) los Confederados
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    • He is, for example, an ardent apologist for Robert E. Lee, regarding him and other Confederates as American heroes.
    • Still, Confederates struck hard at McPherson's Federals in a fierce day-long battle.
    • For their part, the Confederates considered Lincoln's peace terms tantamount to unconditional surrender.
    1.2 (accomplice) [literary/literario] cómplice (masculine and feminine)
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    • He had also furnished me capital and was become my confederate, an accomplice in my frauds.
    • It follows that awareness that one of D's confederates might commit murder is sufficient to convict D as an accomplice, with a mandatory sentence of life imprisonment.
    • Seven children (four boys and three girls) served as confederates.

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