Translation of rally in Spanish:
noun plural -lies
- 1 (mass meeting) political rallymitin (masculine)
mítin (masculine)Example sentences
- For example, service members as well as government civilians can attend political meetings or rallies.
- My activities went from merely attending meetings, rallies, and protests to organizing them.
- Hundreds of people are expected to turn out today for a mass rally in support of efforts to save the historic Duke of Wellington's Regiment.
- 2 (Cars)(before noun) (car/driver)
de rallyExample sentences
- Amazingly, although set up to tackle the roughest rally terrain in the world, the Group B cars could race on a track as well.
- Antoine Bessette lost his rear wing in the closing laps of the race, but the former rally driver kept firm control of his car and finished in eighth.
- They will also continue to compete in historic road rallies.
- 3 (in tennis, badminton)Example sentences
- Once in a while a tennis match will reach its climax with both players convinced they are going to win until the last stroke of the last rally.
- I like the back-and-forth sound in tennis of two good players having a long rally or even just warming up.
- When he was 10, he worked as a ball boy at a seniors' tournament, giving him the chance to hit a few rallies with John McEnroe.
- 4 4.1 (renewed offensive)nueva acometida (feminine) or ofensiva (feminine)Example sentences4.2 (recovery) (Finance)
- The dollar has advanced 1.9 percent during the three-week rally, trimming its decline to 11.8 percent in the year.
- Markets are unpredictable, and even the smartest market watchers can't predict sudden rallies and declines.
- It suggests the possibility of gaining a similar result over a future time period made up of bear market declines and bullish rallies.
intransitive verb -lies, -lying, -lied
- 1 1.1 (unite)unirse(gather) congregarsethe whole country rallied to the support of the presidenttodo el país se unió en apoyo del presidenteprotestors rallied outside the embassyun grupo de manifestantes se congregó frente a la embajadaExample sentences1.2
also: rallying present participle(call/point)
- Omar's speech was a desperate move to rally what little support he had left.
- We will be out in force to make sure people know what's going on and rallying even more support.
- He rallied great popular support for his scheme.
de concentraciónExample sentences
- Edmund rallied his forces, and for a little while it seemed that the Danes might still be driven back.
- He himself appeared in Sukhumi in a steel helmet, trying to rally his forces at the last moment, and only escaped by the skin of his teeth.
- Instead, he had sent Afan on to rally the forces left in Nottingham to move out and meet Arthur in battle once more.
- 2 2.1 (Military)volver a formarExample sentences2.2 (recover)
- He lost half of his new fleet; but his troops rallied and in turn defeated the rebels.
- Freeman's troops rallied, held the Chinese off and miraculously survived.
- But the French Army rallied, the enemy was driven back and the borders of Revolutionary France began to expand.
- However, the shares rallied later in the day as the market digested the news.
- HP shares had rallied on the early news of layoffs, but they're slightly slower today.
- If we are correct, and at some future date the price of gold rallies like the yen did, there will be financial turmoil.
- 3 (Cars)correr rallys/un rallyExample sentences
- However, Gareth has rallied in Ireland in recent times, so he is certainly familiar with pace note asphalt rallies.
- He has been rallying for six years and entered the 2004 Safari Rally.
- ‘We just keep finding the limit,’ said Mark on Friday as he rallied on the island for the first time.
transitive verb -lies, -lying, -lied
- 2 2.1 (Military)volver a formar2.2(strength/spirits)
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