azuzar(
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sahr
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transitive verb
1. (to encourage to attack) 
a. to set on 
Mauricio oyó a un ladrón entrando a la casa y azuzó a los perros a atacarlo.Mauricio heard a burglar breaking into the house, and he set the dogs on him.
2. (to urge on) 
a. to egg on 
El líder del grupo azuzó a los estudiantes a protestar contra la guerra.The leader of the group egged the students on to protest against the war.
b. to incite 
La policía detuvo a Manuela, acusándola de azuzar a la gente a la violencia.The police arrested Manuela, accusing her of inciting people to violence.
azuzar
transitive verb
1. (animal) 
a. to set on 
2. (persona) 
a. to egg on 
azuzar
transitive verb
1
azuzar a los perros a algn to set the dogs on sb; urge the dogs to attack sb
2 [+persona] to egg on; urge on; incite; [+emoción] to stir up; fan
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