Peace in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation and Dictionary

peace

 
peace
[piːs]
noun
1. paz (f)
  • at peace en paz
  • to make (one's) peace with somebody hacer las paces con alguien
  • peace and quiet paz y tranquilidad
  • for the sake of peace and quiet para tener la fiesta en paz
  • peace of mind tranquilidad (f) de espíritu, sosiego (m)
  • to keep/disturb the peace (Law) mantener/alterar el orden (público)
  • peace campaigner pacifista (sustantivo masculino)
  • peace Corps = organización gubernamental estadounidense de ayuda al desarrollo con cooperantes sobre el terreno
  • peace movement pacifismo (m) , movimiento (m) pacifista
  • peace negotiations negociaciones (f pl) de paz
  • peace offering oferta (f) de paz
  • peace talks conversaciones (f pl) de paz
  • peace treaty tratado (m) de paz
peace [piːs]
noun
1 paz (f)
a lasting peace the President spoke of /a shared commitment to world peace/ in times of peace the Nobel Peace Prize after a long (period of) peace, war broke out a fresh attempt to negotiate peace in Bosnia-Herzegovina he campaigned for peace and against the spread of nuclear weapons a period of relative peace in the country's industrial relations the search for this elusive inner peace I had a wonderful feeling of peace and serenity as I gazed at the mountains the peace of the Lord be always with you he chose to return to the relative peace of his childhood village the Peace of Basle a negotiated peace in Europe
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to be at peace (dead) descansar en paz
he is at peace to be [at] peace ([with] sth/sb)
Egypt is at peace with Israel Egipto está en paz con Israel; a world at peace un mundo donde reine la paz or donde haya paz
my dream is one of a world at peace
I am at peace with my conscience estoy en paz con mi conciencia
I felt at peace with the world she felt at peace here as in a quiet safe refuge times were good then - the country was at peace you will never be at peace until you find out the truth I want you to be at peace - I don't think you will be happy until you know he died at peace with his family they make you relax - they make you feel at peace with the world a child of grace, at peace with her surroundings
to be at peace with o.s. estar en paz consigo mismo
I was feeling calm, relaxed and at peace with myself once I knew I was forgiven I could be at peace with myself at last
we come in peace venimos en son de paz
don't shoot, we come in peace
to disturb the peace perturbar la paz; (Jur) alterar el orden público
the crisis in Asia should not be allowed to disturb the peace of Europe he spoke softly so as not to disturb the peace of the evening the police arrested him for disturbing the peace the youths were littering the beaches and disturbing the peace
he gave her no peace until she agreed no la dejó tranquila or en paz hasta que accedió
to hold or keep one's peace guardar silencio
speak now or forever hold your peace hable ahora o calle para siempre
people who knew about this evil man but held their peace I felt it politic to keep my peace and play the attentive listener the role of the navy in war and in peace I took a week off so I could write in peace
to keep the peace (gen) mantener la paz or el orden; (Jur) [+citizen] respetar el orden público; [+police] mantener el orden público
he was bound over to keep the peace the first UN contingent assigned to help keep the peace in Cambodia I looked on as an arbiter and kept the peace how did your mother succeed in keeping the peace between these two very different men? the police are there to enforce the law and to keep the peace.
to leave sb in peace dejar a algn tranquilo or en paz
go away and leave us in peace one more question and I'll leave you in peace
to live in peace (with sb) vivir en paz (con algn)
they seem unable to live in peace with their neighbours that will allow the refugees to go home and live in peace, free from oppression if you can't live in peace with your little brother then get out of the house
to make peace (with sb) hacer las paces (con algn)
he could appoint or dismiss his government, declare war, make peace, change any law he disliked a month later Russia made peace with Britain on 9 September 1849 the Navajo made peace with the United States government they tried to convince Chiang Kai-shek to make peace with Tokyo the Germans are reduced to making peace on our terms she finally made peace with her father she went to her mother's room to make peace all of a sudden she seemed to want to make peace and patch up our quarrel to make [one's] peace with sb the President ought to seize this opportunity to make his peace with political parties and negotiate a speedy return to democracy he was obliged to make his peace with the salesman
peace of mind tranquilidad (f) (de espíritu)
you should find out the truth, if only for your own peace of mind the main appeal these bonds hold for individual investors is the safety and peace of mind they offer he began to insist upon a bullet-proof limousine, just for peace of mind peace and [quiet]
anything for the sake of peace and quiet lo que sea por un poco de tranquilidad
the peace and quiet of the woods la tranquilidad del bosque
/all I want is some peace and quiet/ and to spend a couple of nice days with my grandchildren I shall need some peace and quiet in which to practise
in times of peace en tiempos de paz
modifier
[+agreement, plan, settlement] de paz; [+campaign, conference] por la paz
peace camp (n) campamento (m) por la paz
other Greenham women created a new all-women's peace camp outside the nuclear weapons facility at nearby Aldermaston desert `peace camps" in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia to withstand non violently armed aggression from either side
peace campaigner (n) persona que participa en una campaña por la paz
two peace campaigners accused of causing damage to an F1-11 nuclear bomber
peace conference (n) conferencia (f) de paz
Peace Corps (n) (US) Cuerpo (m) de Paz
she joined the Peace Corps because she wanted to work in a developing country Peace Corps workers there were lots of Peace Corps volunteers
peace dividend (n) beneficios (m) reportados por la paz
it looked to us as though there was to be a substantial decline in military spending and that there would be a peace dividend people spoke of a peace dividend, meaning money that would be freed as defense spending declined
peace initiative (n) iniciativa (f) de paz
peace movement (n) movimiento (m) pacifista
...the European Peace [Movement]. the German peace movement itself is divided over the issue of solidarity with Israel
peace offering (n) prenda (f) de paz
I bought Mum some flowers as a peace offering
peace pipe (n) pipa (f) de la paz
A few hippies gone native walked about with babies in papooses smoking peace pipes
the peace process (n) el proceso de paz
...the Middle East peace process He said the peace process could move ahead if Mr Peres could assure himself of a majority in the Israeli parliament
peace settlement (n) acuerdo (m) de paz
peace sign (n) señal (f) de paz
peace studies (n) (Univ) estudios (m) de la paz
Bradford University's Department of Peace Studies
peace talks (n) negociaciones (f) por la paz
the latest round of peace talks Middle East peace talks agreement was reached during peace talks sponsored by the European Community
peace treaty (n) tratado (m) de paz
Japan has still to conclude a peace treaty with the Soviet Union Baker is in Paris for the signing of the peace treaty
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