Translation of strife in Spanish:

strife

Pronunciation: /straɪf/

noun/nombre

uncountable/no numerable
  • conflictos (masculine plural); (armed) luchas (feminine plural) family/political/industrial strife conflictos familiares/políticos/laborales a country torn by civil strife un país destrozado por las luchas intestinas
    More example sentences
    • Many Iraqis hope that it will head off sectarian strife and even civil war.
    • Others said Allah was angry that Muslims were killing Muslims in ongoing civil strife.
    • Plainly, this kind of guarantee is socially divisive, a recipe for religious controversy if not civil strife.

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