Translation of "repulse" - English-Spanish dictionary

repulse

verb uk /rɪˈpʌls/ us formal

to push away or refuse something or someone unwanted, especially to successfully stop a physical attack against you

rechazar
The enemy attack was quickly repulsed.

If something repulses you, it causes you to have a strong feeling of dislike, disapproval, or disgust. to make someone feel a strong feeling of dislike, disapproval or disgust

repeler
The tourists were repulsed by the filthy conditions.
noun uk /rɪˈpʌls/ us formal or old-fashioned

the act of pushing someone or something unwanted away or of refusing him, her, or it

rechazo

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

repulse

verb /rəˈpals/

to repel (an enemy)

rechazar
The British garrison of some 350 troops was able to repulse the attack.

to refuse to accept eg help from, or be friendly to.

rechazar
repulsion /rəˈpalʃən/ noun

disgust

repulsión
A feeling of repulsion gripped her when she saw the rat.
repulsive /rəˈpalsiv/ adjective

horrible; disgusting

repulsivo
He is a thoroughly repulsive individual.
repulsively adverb

repulsivamente
a repulsively ugly man.
repulsiveness noun

carácter repulsivo

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