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Translation of "incite" - English-Russian dictionary

incite

verb [T]
 
 
/ɪnˈsaɪt/
to do or say something that encourages people to behave violently or illegally
побуждать, подстрекать
They denied inciting the crowd to violence.Encouraging and urging onInspiration and inspiringUrging and persuadingCausing somebody to actTaking action against people in power
incitement noun [C, U] when someone does or says something that incites people
побуждение, подстрекательство
Encouraging and urging onInspiration and inspiringTaking action against people in power
Translations of “incite”
in Arabic يَحرّض على…
in Korean 자극하다…
in Malaysian mengapi-apikan, menghasut…
in French inciter (à), provoquer…
in Turkish kışkırtmak, körüklemek, tahrik etmek…
in Italian istigare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鼓動, 煽動…
in Polish podżegać, wzniecać…
in Vietnamese thúc ép, khuấy động…
in Spanish incitar, provocar…
in Portuguese incitar…
in Thai กระตุ้น, ยั่วยุ…
in German aufhetzen, anstiften…
in Catalan incitar…
in Japanese (人)をあおり立てる…
in Indonesian mendorong, menghasut…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鼓动, 煽动…
(Definition of incite from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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