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Translation of "appease" - English-Spanish dictionary

appease

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.
(Definition of appease from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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