Translation of fomentation in Spanish:

fomentation

Pronunciation: /ˌfəʊmenˈteɪʃən/

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  • [formal] instigación (f)
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    • In his memoirs, Joseph Holt recalled the fomentation of what was to become the Castle Hill rebellion.
    • More than any military operation, this kind of power projection works against the fomentation of militant hatred towards them.
    • The reasons for the fomentation of militancy have been spectacularly perpetuated by your very own government.

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