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amotinar

Translation of amotinar in English:

verbo transitivo

  • (tropa)
    to incite … to mutiny o rebellion o insurrection
    (población/pueblo)
    to incite … to rebellion
Example sentences
  • Los canadienses se amotinaron después de que los Canucks de Vancouver perdieron la Copa Stanley de los Bruins de Boston.
  • En septiembre del mismo año, un numeroso grupo de reclusos se amotinó en la cárcel de Santiago.
  • Reos se amotinan en cárcel de Cochabamba contra extorsión Conflicto.

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