1. (to aggrieve)
a. to offend
Los que se atrevan a ultrajar mi honor serán castigados.Those who dare offend my honor will be punished.
b. to insult
Tres anarquistas fueron arrestados por ultrajar la bandera nacional.Three anarchists were arrested for insulting the national flag.
c. to outrage
Los vecinos me ultrajaron creyendo que yo era el ladrón.The neighbors outraged me believing that I was the thief.
a. to insult, to offend
Verb Conjugations for ultrajar
Present Participle: ultrajando
Past Participle: ultrajado
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