subdue in Spanish and example sentences

subdue in Spanish

Pronunciation
v. sojuzgar, avasallar, doblegar, domeñar, postrar, reducir, rendir a, sobreponerse a, subyugar, supeditar

Example Sentences

Man can be subdued through fear.
El hombre puede ser sometido a través del miedo.
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She likes subdued colors.
A ella le gustan los colores discretos.
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We danced in the subdued lighting.
Bailamos bajo la tenue luz.
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Without the gold, Caesar will find Rome a little harder to subdue.
Sin el oro, César encontrará Roma... un poco más difícil de subyugar.
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That would explain why he was able to subdue them both.
Eso explicaría por qué pudo dominar a ambos.
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Our orders were to subdue Koshkhan, not to attack Alamut.
Nuestras órdenes eran subyugar a Koshkhan, no atacar Alamut.
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Disobedience is something I prefer to subdue.
La desobediencia es algo que prefiero dominar.
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So the intruder makes his way quickly through a secure perimeter, subdues the only guard he encounters silently, and leaves a listening device behind.
Así que el intruso hizo su camino a través del perímetro seguro, domina silenciosamente al único guardia que encuentra, y deja un dispositivo de escucha atrás.
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The State, that official power designed to subdue a determinate class, is transformed into something which is, properly speaking, no longer a State.
El Estado... poder especial destinado a someter a una clase determinada... se transforma en algo que ya no es propiamente un Estado.
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Our project orders are to subdue the crew and seize control of this emplacement.
Nuestras órdenes son someter a la tripulación y establecer control de este emplazamiento.
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The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.
El arte supremio de la guerra es someter al enemigo sin pelear.
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...to use force to subdue the Mars rebellion.
...de usar la fuerza para derrotar la rebelión de Marte.
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In the past we have striven to subdue our passions.
En el pasado nos hemos esforzado para dominar nuestras pasiones.
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Lord Yoshizane sent an army to subdue Sadakane.
...el señor Yoshizane envió un ejército para someter a Sadakane.
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A drunk target would be easier to subdue.
Un blanco borracho sería más fácil de someter.
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If the gunman had come in wearing a mask, the bouncer would've had more than enough time to subdue him, or sound an alarm.
Si el pistolero vino usando una máscara, el de seguridad hubiera tenido tiempo suficiente para detenerle, o hacer sonar la alarma.
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They used a police dog to subdue him.
Usaron un perro de policía para someterlo.
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It's harder to subdue than taming the wind.
Y difícil de dominar, como el viento.
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Such low levels of interest rates have been possible because inflation expectations have remained subdued, thanks to the credibility of the ECB's anti-inflationary policy.
Tales niveles bajos de los tipos de interés han sido posibles porque las expectativas de inflación han permanecido bajas, gracias a la credibilidad de la política antiinflacionista del BCE.
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WASHINGTON, DC - At a time when the global economy is suffering from a crisis of confidence, structural imbalances, and subdued growth prospects, looking ahead ten years to predict the course of development requires careful modeling and something beyond sagacity.
WASHINGTON, DC - En un momento en que la economía global se ve afectada por una crisis de confianza, desequilibrios estructurales y perspectivas de crecimiento apagado, mirar diez años para adelante para predecir el curso del desarrollo exige un trabajo cuidadoso y algo más que sagacidad.
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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