2. (to trap)
a. to corner
Dos policías persiguieron y sitiaron al sospechoso, y finalmente lo atraparon.Two policemen chased and cornered the suspect, and finally caught him.
b. to hem in
El señor Smith estaba sitiado por acreedores y abogados, y decidió escapar.Mr. Smith was hemmed in by creditors and lawyers, and decided to escape.
c. to surround
Un escuadrón de elite sitió al secuestrador, que finalmente se entregó.An elite squad surrounded the kidnapper, who finally turned himself in.
a. to besiege
a. to surround
Verb Conjugations for sitiar
Present Participle: sitiando
Past Participle: sitiado
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