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Spanish translation of “harass”

harass

verb /ˈhӕrəs, (especially American) həˈras/
to annoy or trouble (a person) constantly or frequently
acosar, hostigar; atormentar
The children have been harassing me all morning.
to make frequent sudden attacks on (an enemy)
hostilizar, hostigar
The army was constantly harassed by small groups of rebel fighters.
harassed adjective
agobiado; atormentado; preocupado
a harassed mother with two screaming kids.
harassment noun
acoso
He complained of harassment by the police.
(Definition of harass from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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