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mutineer
American English: /ˌmjutnˈɪr/
British English: /mjuːtɪˈnɪə/

Translation of mutineer in Spanish:

noun

  • amotinado, (-da) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Or they were acting on their own authority, in which case they are the equivalent of mutineers, deserters, or traitors in the field.
    • Her mission had started two years previously when she left Britain with orders to arrest the mutineers.
    • The first Europeans to spy its jagged, jungle-clad peaks and encircling reef were the mutineers of HMS Bounty.

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