soliviantarse
soliviantarse
pronominal verb
1. (to revolt) 
Hombres y mujeres se soliviantaron contra el dictador.Men and women rose up against the dictator.
b. to rebel 
El pueblo, cansado de las injusticias, se soliviantó en contra del gobierno.The people, tired of injustice, rebelled against the government.
soliviantar
transitive verb
2. (to rouse) 
Joaquín soliviantó a sus compañeros para buscar justicia.Joaquin stirred up his companions to seek justice.
b. to incite 
La acusaron de soliviantar al pueblo para sublevarse.She was accused of inciting the people to revolt.
3. (to unsettle) 
a. to worry 
La fluctuación de la moneda soliviantó al inversionista.The currency fluctuations worried the investor.
4. (to upset) 
a. to anger 
Las pésimas condiciones de trabajo soliviantaron a los empleados.The terrible working conditions angered the employees.
La lentitud del servicio de Internet soliviantaría a cualquiera.The slowness of the Internet service would exasperate anyone.
soliviantar
transitive verb
1. (excitar, incitar) 
a. to stir up 
2. (indignar) 
a. to exasperate 
pronominal verb
3. (general) 
a. to be infuriated 
soliviantar
transitive verb
1 (amotinar) to stir up; rouse; rouse to revolt
2 (enojar) to anger
3 (sacar de quicio) to exasperate
4 (inquietar) to worry
le tienen soliviantado los celos he is eaten up with jealousy
5 (hacer sentir ansias) to fill with longing
6 (dar esperanzas a) to buoy up with false hopes
anda soliviantado con el proyecto he has tremendous hopes for the scheme
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