Translation of "rebel" - English-Spanish dictionary

rebel

noun uk /ˈreb·əl/ us /ˈreb·əl/

someone who does not accept authority and refuses to obey rules

rebelde
verb uk /rɪˈbel/ us /rəˈbel/ present participle rebelling, past tense and past participle rebelled

to refuse to obey rules

rebelarse
She rebelled against her family.

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

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

(Translation of “rebel” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)