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Translation of "boycott" - English-Spanish dictionary

boycott

verb   /ˈbɔɪ.kɒt/
to refuse to buy a product or take part in an activity as a way of expressing strong disapproval boicotear People were urged to boycott the country’s products. The union called on its members to boycott the meeting.1170
boycott noun  
boicoteo A boycott of/against goods from the EU began in June.1170
(Definition of boycott from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

boycott

verb /ˈboikot/
to refuse to have any dealings with (a firm, country etc) boicotear We will boycott the company if it continues to use child labour/labor.
(Definition of boycott from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “boycott”
in Vietnamese tẩy chay…
in Malaysian memboikot…
in Thai คว่ำบาตร…
in French boycotter…
in German boykottieren…
in Chinese (Simplified) 拒绝购买(或参加), 抵制…
in Indonesian memboikot…
in Chinese (Traditional) 拒絶購買(或參加), 抵制,杯葛…
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