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Translation of "hostile" - English-Spanish dictionary

hostile

adjective   /ˈhɒs·taɪl/
not friendly and not liking or agreeing with something hostil, adverso Some politicians were very hostile to the idea.
(Definition of hostile from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hostile

adjective /ˈhostail/
unfriendly; warlike hostil hostile tribesmen.
belonging to an enemy hostil, enemigo a hostile army.
showing dislike or opposition to something hostil a hostile attitude.
hostilities /-ˈsti-/ noun plural
acts of war; battles hostilidades The two countries were engaged in hostilities.
hostility /-ˈsti-/ noun
unfriendliness; opposition hostilidad There was an atmosphere of hostility inside the stadium.
(Definition of hostile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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