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Spanish translation of “intercede”

intercede

verb /intəˈsiːd/
to try to put an end to a fight, argument etc between two people, countries etc
interceder
All attempts to intercede between the two nations failed.
to try to persuade someone not to do something to someone else
interceder
The condemned murderer’s family interceded (with the President) on his behalf.
intercession /-ˈseʃən/ noun
intercesión
(Definition of intercede from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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