Translation of "enslave" - English-Spanish dictionary

enslave

verb uk /ɪnˈsleɪv/ us

to force someone to remain in a bad situation

esclavizar
Women in this region were enslaved by poverty.

to make a slave of someone

esclavizar
The early settlers enslaved or killed much of the native population.

literary to control someone’s actions, thoughts, emotions, or life completely

esclavizar
We are increasingly enslaved by technology.
Guilt enslaved her.
enslavement noun [ no plural ] uk /-mənt/ us

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