violenta is a conjugated form of the verb violentar - View Conjugation

violentar

violentar
transitive verb
1. (to break open) 
a. to force 
Los manifestantes rompieron las ventanas y violentaron las puertas de varios almacenes.The protesters smashed the windows and forced the doors of several stores.
2. (to enter forcibly) 
Un grupo de asaltantes armados violentó una casa vecina y secuestró al dueño.A group of armed assailants broke into a house in the neighborhood and kidnapped the owner.
3. (to subject to violence) 
Vi en las noticias que los guerrilleros se tomaron un pueblo y violentaron a todas las mujeres.I saw on the news that the guerrillas took control of a town and assaulted all the women there.
4. (to twist) 
El candidato dice que la revista violentó sus palabras en el reportaje.The candidate says that the magazine distorted his words in the interview.
5. (to shame) 
En ese reality les gusta violentar a los participantes y hacerlos quedar mal.In that reality show they like to embarrass the participants and make them look bad.
El comentario inapropiado del profesor hizo violentar a todos en la clase.The teacher's inappropriate comment made everybody in the class feel awkward.
violentarse
pronominal verb
6. (to feel ashamed) 
Liana se violentó cuando le dijeron que su minifalda iba en contra de los reglamentos de la escuela.Liana got embarrassed when she was told her miniskirt broke the school dress code.
7. (to become enraged) 
Después de tomarse unos tragos de más, Brad se violentó y destrozó el bar.After a few drinks too many, Brad got angry and trashed the bar.
violentar
transitive verb
1. (incomodar) 
violentar a alguiento make somebody feel awkward
2. (forzar; cerradura) 
a. to force 
3. (domicilio) 
a. to break into 
violentarse
pronominal verb
4. (incomodarse) 
a. to feel awkward 
violentar
transitive verb
1 [+puerta, cerradura] to force; [+rama] to bend; twist (out of shape); [+casa] to break into
2 [+persona] (avergonzar) to embarrass; (forzar) to force; persuade forcibly; (maltratar) to subject to violence; (Jur) to assault;
3 [+principio] to violate; outrage; [+sentido] to distort; twist
pronominal verb
violentarse (avergonzarse) to get embarrassed; (forzarse) to force o.s.
Examples
Verb Conjugations for violentar
Present Participle: violentando
Past Participle: violentado
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yo
violento
violenté
violentaba
violentaría
violentaré
violentas
violentaste
violentabas
violentarías
violentarás
él/ella/Ud.
violenta
violentó
violentaba
violentaría
violentará
nosotros
violentamos
violentamos
violentábamos
violentaríamos
violentaremos
vosotros
violentáis
violentasteis
violentabais
violentaríais
violentaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.
violentan
violentaron
violentaban
violentarían
violentarán
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