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- 1 [Politics/Política] to revolt (
againstsb/sth) sublevarse or rebelarse or alzarse* ( contraalgn/algo)More example sentences
- He urged people to revolt against the established government and turn the revolution against the king although he preferred to remain aloof from the actual events.
- He urged workers around the world to revolt against their rulers.
- Five calls described the intent of passengers and surviving crew members to revolt against the hijackers.
- 2 (feel revulsion) [literary/literario]to revolt
atsth my insides revolted at the thought se me revolvía el estómago de solo pensarlo, la mera idea me resultaba repugnanteMore example sentences
- What revolted was that Oliva reached his damnable decision alone.
- But it is so ethically problematic that the mind revolts at the thought that it could be true.
- ‘Common sense revolts at the idea,’ Justice Douglas wrote.