infuriate

We must not be misled by Lukashenko's occasional making up to the European Union just to infuriate Russia temporarily, or vice versa.
No deben engañarnos las compensaciones esporádicas que Lukashenko hace a la Unión Europea con el único motivo de exasperar a Rusia o viceversa.
This only served to infuriate the doctor, who went to work on him for the next two weeks in an effort to break his good resolution.
Esto solo sirvió para enfurecer al doctor, quien en las dos semanas siguientes se puso a trabajarle en un esfuerzo por romper su buena resolución.
(DE) Mr President, the Irish people have said 'no' to the Treaty, and the EU grandees' response was to infuriate the Irish by summoning the Taoiseach to the European Council in order to give an account of their 'misconduct'.
(DE) Señor Presidente, los irlandeses han dicho "no" al Tratado, y la respuesta de los ricos de la UE ha sido enfurecerlos convocando al Taoiseach al Consejo Europeo para que rinda cuentas de su "mala conducta".
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