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suppress

verb   /səˈpres/
to end something by force sofocar The Hungarian uprising in 1956 was suppressed by the Soviet Union.1555
to prevent something from being seen or expressed or from operating suprimir, reprimir She couldn’t suppress her anger/annoyance/delight. His feelings of resentment have been suppressed for years. The British government tried to suppress the book because of the information it contained about the security services. The virus suppresses the body’s immune system.1862
(Definition of suppress from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

suppress

verb /səˈpres/
to defeat or put a stop to (eg a rebellion) reprimir The uprising was suppressed in a harsh crackdown.
to keep back or stifle contener; sofocar, ahogar She suppressed a laugh.
to prevent from being published, known etc censurar; prohibir The authorities are always trying to suppress information.
suppression /-ʃən/ noun
supresión; represión; prohibición
(Definition of suppress from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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