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rebellionnoun [C/U]

us   /rəˈbel·jən/
violent action organized by a group of people who refuse to accept their government’s power and are willing to use force to oppose it: [C] The African-American Nat Turner led an 1831 rebellion.
Rebellion is also a feeling of strong disagreement with an organization or with people in authority: [U] Many students were in rebellion against the older generation.
(Definition of rebellion from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “rebellion”
en árabe تَمَرُّد…
en coreano 반란…
en portugués rebelião…
en catalán rebel·lió…
en japonés 反逆, 反乱, 暴動…
en chino (simplificado) 反叛,造反, 叛乱, 叛逆…
en turco isyan, ayaklanma, başkaldırı…
en ruso восстание…
en chino (tradicionál) 反叛,造反, 叛亂, 叛逆…
en italiano ribellione…
en polaco rebelia, bunt…
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