Translation of encounter in Spanish:
- 1.1 (be faced with)(danger/difficulty/opposition)encontrarse conExample sentences1.2 (come across)
tropezar or toparse conExample sentences
- Officials said coalition forces ordered the airstrike after encountering hostile fire from the location.
- He said the troops did not encounter any hostile fire.
- But they're likely to encounter a hostile European Union.
- Upon his return he encountered Mistress Dorset in the corridor.
- Rather, it appeared to be shock at encountering the person she least expected to meet.
- It is only infrequently in life that one encounters people whose talents have been recognised and honoured by society.
- 1.1 (meeting) a chance encountercasual sexual encountersun encuentro casual or fortuitohis first encounter with the lawrelaciones (feminine plural) sexuales fuera de una pareja establemy first encounter with the works of Tennysonsu primer tropiezo con la ley1.2 (hostile)mi primera toma de contacto con la obra de TennysonExample sentences
- But men have also reported unpleasant online encounters.
- It was the nastiest moment in countless unpleasant footballing encounters.
- ‘Border guards…,’ I thought with awe, bracing myself for an unpleasant encounter.
- Our casual lakeside encounters evolved into more regular meetings, dancing and dating.
- But you probably don't appreciate casual encounters.
- When you go to work, or visit a park, it is possible that you will have a range of unexpected encounters, however fleeting or seemingly inconsequential.
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