noun/nombreu and c
- provocación (feminine) he put up with a lot of provocation aguantó muchas provocaciones she slapped me without any provocation me abofeteó sin ninguna provocación (de mi parte) at the slightest provocation a la más mínima provocaciónMore example sentences
- His provocations were always deliberately intended to challenge his readers as well as the establishment.
- Whatever the reasons, whatever the provocations, this is where hatred gets us - innocent people murdered as they go about their ordinary business.
- The insurgents take advantage of darkness to conduct provocations during armistices or when negotiations are underway.
Here is a selection of useful words and phrases you will need in real-life situations while you're visiting Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries...
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