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Spanish translation of “rebel”

rebel

noun /ˈrebl/
a person who opposes or fights against people in authority, eg a government
rebelde
The rebels killed many soldiers (also adjective) rebel troops.
a person who does not accept the rules of normal behaviour/behavior etc
rebelde
My son is a bit of a rebel.
rebellion /rəˈbeljən/ noun an open or armed fight against a government etc.
rebelión
He led an armed rebellion against the government.
a refusal to obey orders or to accept rules etc
rebelión
teenage rebellion against parental control.
rebellious /rəˈbeljəs/ adjective rebelling or likely to rebel
rebelde
rebellious troops/children.
rebelliously adverb
rebeldemente
rebelliousness noun
espíritu de rebelión
(Definition of rebel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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