subdue in Portuguese and example sentences

subdue in Portuguese

Pronunciation
v. subjugar, dominar, submeter; suavizar, amortecer; empanar

Example Sentences

He subdued his passions.
Ele subjugou as paixões dele.
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We did not even have a subdued voice – we had no voice at all.
Nem sequer tivemos uma voz subjugada – não tivemos voz de todo.
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Inflation has remained subdued, despite a sequence of adverse disturbances.
A inflação permaneceu controlada, não obstante uma série de perturbações adversas.
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Instead, we human beings have been set the – even biblical – task of subduing the earth.
Pelo contrário, nós, os seres humanos, fomos incumbidos da tarefa bíblica de dominar a Terra.
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Under his leadership in 1920 the Polish army halted the march of the Bolsheviks, who were intent on subduing the whole of Europe.
Em 1920, sob a sua liderança, as forças armadas da Polónia travaram a marcha dos bolcheviques, que pretendiam dominar toda a Europa.
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Meanwhile, Asia is subduing us economically, just as Europe subdued Asia militarily and politically in the past.
Enquanto isso, a Ásia submete-nos no plano económico, da mesma maneira que a Europa submeteu a Ásia no passado pelas vias militar e política.
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The clamp-down by the government has not subdued the voices of democratic dissent.
A repressão pelo Governo não calou as vozes dos dissidentes democráticos.
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In this environment of subdued inflationary pressures, we continued with our policy of lowering our key rates further.
Neste ambiente de pressões inflacionárias contidas, continuámos a nossa política de redução das nossas taxas directoras.
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Synonyms for subdue
1. tame: discipline, domesticate, break
2. defeat: overcome, conquer, overpower, reduce, repress, vanquish, subjugate
3. soften: restrain, temper, mollify, tone down
Verb forms for subdue
Present participle: subduing
Present: subdue (3.person: subdues)
Past: subdued
Future: will subdue
Present conditional: would subdue
Present Perfect: have subdued (3.person: has subdued)
Past Perfect: had subdued
Future Perfect: will have subdued
Past conditional: would have subdued