Translation of steamroller in Spanish:
- (before noun) steamroller tacticstácticas (feminine plural) dictatoriales or avasalladorasExample sentences
- America is the steamroller of modernity, and its forcing the Europeans to adapt.
- But I also hope that, god forbid, if their magazine against all odds becomes a financial success, their love of books and concern for writers isn't crushed out by some corporate steamroller.
- This is hardly the place to rehearse the errors and elisions in his original article, or the way it allows its thesis like a steamroller to flatten the facts.
- 1.1 (flatten) 1.2 (crush)(opposition)Example sentences1.3 (force) See examples: they steamrollered the plan through the committee
to steamroller somebodyaplastando a la oposición, hicieron que la comisión aprobara el plan
- Global strategies can steamroller people who have a profound insight in local markets for the grace of outsourcing and other large management techniques.
- This wouldn't matter if the material were intrinsically funny, and the performances were strong enough to steamroller the audience into acceptance of the authors' premise.
- In 1996, the Scotsman simply steamrollered him, before Ebdon, who abandoned academia to serve his apprenticeship at Kings Cross Snooker Club, finally took on the mantle of the master.
intosomething/ -inghe tried to steamroller us into (making) a quick decisionquiso obligarnos or forzarnos a tomar una decisión rápidaExample sentences
- This will certainly give opponents another point of attack, once the Government steamrollers the bill through Parliament.
- The second chamber needs both independence and a level of strength to prevent any one government steamrollering ill-conceived legislation through parliament.
- If that happens, then the threat of the use of the Parliament Act to steamroller the Bill into law looms large.
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