1. (to take illegally)
a. to usurp
El candidato manipuló el apoyo dentro del partido para permitirle usurpar el poder.The candidate manipulated support within the party to enable him to usurp power.
2. (to assume illegally)
a. to steal
El hacker consiguió información confidencial para usurpar la identidad de Jaime.The hacker obtained confidential information to steal Jaime's identity.
3. (to take by force)
a. to seize
Los guerrilleros hicieron a Pedro huir de su casa y usurparon sus tierras.The guerrillas forced Pedro out of his home and seized his land.
Verb Conjugations for usurpar
Present Participle: usurpando
Past Participle: usurpado
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