Translation of peace in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 uncountable they live in o at peace with their neighborsthe two nations have been at peace for yearsviven en paz con sus vecinosto be at peace with oneself [literary]hace años que las dos naciones viven en pazto be at peace with the worldestar en paz consigo mismoto make peace with somebodyestar satisfecho de la vidathey made their peace after their mother's deathhacer las paces con alguienhicieron las paces tras la muerte de su madre(before noun)para la paz(proposal/initiative)de paz(march/campaign)peace conferencepor la pazpeace envoy the peace movementconferencia (feminine) de pazhe brought her flowers as a peace offeringel movimiento pacifistapeace settlementle trajo flores en señal de reconciliaciónpeace studiesacuerdo (masculine) de pazestudios (masculine plural) de or para la pazExample sentences1.2 countable (treaty) the Peace of Ryswick
la Paz de RyswickExample sentences
- It had gained respect and authority by ushering in a period of peace and stability in the city.
- That's what I think Americans can do with this providential period of prosperity and peace.
- The resulting peace agreement included a six-year interim period before a vote on independence.
- Finally, in 1842, the Chinese were forced to agree to an ignomious peace under the Treaty of Nanking.
- If Israelis and Palestinians are unwilling or unable to negotiate a workable peace, the international community must take the lead in promoting one.
- We must conduct our affairs in such a way that it becomes in the Communists' interest to agree on a genuine peace.
- 2 (Law)to keep the peace (police/troops) to breach o (British English) disturb the peacealterar el orden públicoExample sentences
- We know this fight is the way to defend the values that are at the basis of civil life and peace.
- Contention leads to war, and war is the antithesis of civil peace.
- To recognize the right to free association might have meant to deprive hundreds of millions of the right of civil peace.
- 3 (quiet, tranquillity) the peace and quiet of the countrysideI went to the library for some peace and quietla paz y tranquilidad del campothe peace of mind that comes with old age I turned off the gas for my own peace of mindme fui a la biblioteca para poder estar tranquiloto be at peaceapagué el gas para quedarme tranquilorest in peacedescansar en pazlet me finish this in peaceque en paz descanselet me have a bit of peacedéjame acabar esto en pazhe won't give you any peace until he's got what he wantsdéjame tranquilo or en paz un momentoto hold one's peace [formal] [archaic]no te va a dejar tranquila or en paz hasta que no se salga con la suyaspeak now or forever hold your peaceguardar silencioque hable ahora o que calle para siempreExample sentences
- Now my Sundays are for worship, family, friends, reading, rest, and relaxation-such freedom and peace.
- He said the number of visitors also had a social impact, both on other visitors who went in search of peace and tranquillity, and on the local population.
- There was just something about her that radiated peace, tranquility, and that made her very popular.
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