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American English: /ɪnˈsaɪtmənt/
British English: /ɪnˈsʌɪtm(ə)nt/


uncountable and countable
  • incitement (to something)
    instigación (feminine) or incitación (feminine) (a algo)
    Example sentences
    • Abetting describes any incitement or encouragement to do so.
    • The review is there as a guideline, as an incitement, or perhaps at times merely a provocation.
    • American authorities say they are working on a directive that would ban hate speech and incitements to violence and create a system for registering publications to lend some order to the media landscape.

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