Translation of "appease" - English-Spanish dictionary


verb uk /əˈpiːz/ us formal disapproving

to prevent further disagreement in arguments or war by giving to the other side an advantage that they have demanded

apaciguar, aplacar
She claimed that the government had only changed the law in order to appease their critics.
appeasement noun [ no plural ] uk /-mənt/ us

apaciguamiento, aplacamiento, contemporización
When he agreed to talks with the prime minister, he was accused of appeasement.

(Translation of “appease” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)


verb /əˈpiːz/

(formal ) to calm or satisfy (a person, desire etc) usually by giving what was asked for or is needed

aplacar, satisfacer, saciar
She appeased his curiosity by explaining the situation to him.
appeasement noun

apaciguamiento, satisfacción
The policy of appeasement failed to prevent war.

(Translation of “appease” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)