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harass

Pronunciation: /ˈhærəs; həˈræs/

Translation of harass in Spanish:

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • 1.1 (persistently annoy) acosar 1.2 [Military/Militar] hostigar*
    Example sentences
    • In addition the crusaders used light cavalry and horse archers in large numbers to harass the enemy, to scout, and to supplement the knights.
    • Our pilots were used to harassing the enemy by strafing rail and truck areas, infantry and anything that moved.
    • The wise general never gives battle but on favourable ground; and until he has found it, he manoeuvres, skirmishes, and harasses the enemy.

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