Translation of threat in Spanish:
- 1.1 countable (menace, warning) to make a threat against somebodyobtaining money with threats (American English) (Law)amenazar a alguiendeath threatobtener dinero mediante intimidación or amenazasExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 countable or uncountable (danger) the nuclear threat
- The inspectors had received repeated death threats from landlords who objected to government inspections.
- Death threats sent by others are being taken seriously as intent to kill the men on their release.
- So she tried suicide threats, guilt trips, manipulation, and even death threats.
this constitutes a threat to public healthla amenaza nuclearto be under threattheir traditional way of life is under threatesto constituye una amenaza para la salud de la poblaciónthe factory is under threat of closuresu estilo de vida tradicional se ve amenazadola amenaza de cierre se cierne sobre la fábricala fábrica corre peligro de que la cierrenExample sentences
- Indeed, there was some evidence in this case that he had made threats of harm to others.
- He was alleged to have forced the complainant by violence or threats to engage in sexual activity with him.
- There was yelling and posturing, but no threats of violence or physical contact.
- Magistrates said the pub had caused a public nuisance and was likely to cause a threat to public safety in the future.
- The irony is that if there is a threat to Australia, it will most likely come from our region.
- Assuming she stays free of injury, the long jump is likely to be the main threat to her quintuple ambition.
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