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Translation of "disobey" - English-Spanish dictionary

disobey

verb   /ˌdɪs·əʊˈbeɪ/
to not do what you are told to do by someone in authority desobedecer How dare you disobey me!
(Definition of disobey from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

disobey

verb /disəˈbei/
to fail or refuse to do what is commanded desobedecer He disobeyed the captain’s orders He disobeyed his mother.
disobedience /-ˈbiːdjəns/ noun
failing or refusing to obey desobediencia You must be punished for your disobedience!
disobedient /-ˈbiːdjənt/ adjective
failing or refusing to obey desobediente a disobedient child.
disobediently adverb
desobedientemente He disobediently refused to turn the music down.
(Definition of disobey from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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