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incite

verb /inˈsait/
to urge (someone) to do something
incitar, provocar
He incited the people to rebel against the king.
to stir up or cause
incitar, provocar
They incited violence in the crowd.
incitement noun
incitación
Police said that they had arrested a 23-year-old man on suspicion of incitement to riot,
Translations of “incite”
in Korean 자극하다…
in Arabic يَحرّض على…
in French inciter (à), provoquer…
in Italian istigare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鼓動, 煽動…
in Russian побуждать, подстрекать…
in Turkish kışkırtmak, körüklemek, tahrik etmek…
in Polish podżegać, wzniecać…
in Portuguese incitar…
in German aufhetzen, anstiften…
in Catalan incitar…
in Japanese (人)をあおり立てる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鼓动, 煽动…
(Definition of incite from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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