condenar

condenar
v.
1 to convict (declarar culpable).
El juez condenó al criminal The judge convicted the criminal.
2 to condemn.
El grupo condenó sus actos The group condemned his actions.
3 to seal up, to close for good.
El municipio condenó el edificio The town council sealed up the building.
4 to doom, to condemn to ruination, to damn, to reprobate.
Sus vicios condenaron a Ricardo His vices condemned Richard.
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condenar
verbo transitivo
1 DERECHO (declarar culpable) to convict, find guilty
2 DERECHO (decretar condena) to sentence, condemn
lo condenaron a muerte he was sentenced to death
3 (desaprobar) to condemn
4 (forzar) to condemn, doom
5 (tabicar) to wall up, brick up
verbo pronominal condenarse
1 to be damned, condemn oneself
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verb
1) to condemn
2) sentence, convict
3) damn
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1. VT
1) (=desaprobar, criticar) to condemn
2) (Jur) to convict, find guilty, sentence; [a pena capital] to condemn

condenar a algn a tres meses de cárcel — to sentence sb to three months in jail, give sb a three-month prison sentence

le condenaron por ladrón — they found him guilty of robbery

condenar a algn a una multa — to sentence sb to pay a fine

3) (Rel) to damn
4) (Arquit) to wall up, block up
5) * (=fastidiar) to vex, annoy
2.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) (Der) to sentence, condemn

condenar a alguien a algo — to sentence somebody to something

lo condenaron a tres años de cárcel — he was sentenced to three years imprisonment

condenar a alguien a muerte — to condemn o sentence somebody to death

lo condenaron al pago de $100.000 — they ordered him to pay $100,000

lo condenaron por robo — he was found guilty of robbery

b) (obligar)

condenar a alguien a algo — to condemn somebody to something

c) (reprobar, censurar) to condemn
2)
a) <puerta/ventana> (con ladrillos) to brick up; (con tablas) to board up
b) (inhabilitar) <habitación/sala> to close up
2.
condenarse v pron to be damned
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= condemn, damn, impose + prison sentence, sentence, convict, indict.
Ex. It must, however, also be considered as a major source of the 'subject index illusion' so trenchantly condemned by Bliss, as mentioned below.
Ex. The play is damned by the critics but packs in the crowds and the producers may be upset by the adverse criticisms but they can, as the saying goes, cry all the way to the bank.
Ex. The volunteer librarians have been subjected to an ongoing campaign of persecution, culminating in the recent harsh crackdown which, after one-day trials, imposed prison sentences of up to 26 years on librarians.
Ex. The library provides services to 2,903 adults and juveniles who have been sentenced or remanded to the care of the Department.
Ex. After a preliminary acquittal, they were retried and convicted, causing public outrage, especially among artists.
Ex. Another problem with the statistical analysis used to indict this and similar schools was the sample.
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* condenar a la pena de muerte = sentence + Nombre + to death, condemn + Nombre + to death.
* condenar a muerte = sentence + Nombre + to death, condemn + Nombre + to death.
* ser condenado a prisión = receive + prison sentence.
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) (Der) to sentence, condemn

condenar a alguien a algo — to sentence somebody to something

lo condenaron a tres años de cárcel — he was sentenced to three years imprisonment

condenar a alguien a muerte — to condemn o sentence somebody to death

lo condenaron al pago de $100.000 — they ordered him to pay $100,000

lo condenaron por robo — he was found guilty of robbery

b) (obligar)

condenar a alguien a algo — to condemn somebody to something

c) (reprobar, censurar) to condemn
2)
a) <puerta/ventana> (con ladrillos) to brick up; (con tablas) to board up
b) (inhabilitar) <habitación/sala> to close up
2.
condenarse v pron to be damned
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= condemn, damn, impose + prison sentence, sentence, convict, indict.

Ex: It must, however, also be considered as a major source of the 'subject index illusion' so trenchantly condemned by Bliss, as mentioned below.

Ex: The play is damned by the critics but packs in the crowds and the producers may be upset by the adverse criticisms but they can, as the saying goes, cry all the way to the bank.
Ex: The volunteer librarians have been subjected to an ongoing campaign of persecution, culminating in the recent harsh crackdown which, after one-day trials, imposed prison sentences of up to 26 years on librarians.
Ex: The library provides services to 2,903 adults and juveniles who have been sentenced or remanded to the care of the Department.
Ex: After a preliminary acquittal, they were retried and convicted, causing public outrage, especially among artists.
Ex: Another problem with the statistical analysis used to indict this and similar schools was the sample.
* condenar a la pena de muerte = sentence + Nombre + to death, condemn + Nombre + to death.
* condenar a muerte = sentence + Nombre + to death, condemn + Nombre + to death.
* ser condenado a prisión = receive + prison sentence.

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condenar [A1 ]
vt
A
1 (Der) to condemn condenar a algn A algo:
lo condenaron a tres años de cárcel he was sentenced to three years imprisonment
el tribunal lo condenó al pago de una indemnización de $100.000 the court ordered him to pay $100,000 (in) compensation
lo condenaron a muerte he was condemned o sentenced to death
la condenaron en costas she was ordered to pay costs, costs were awarded against her
2 (obligar) condenar a algn A algo to condemn sb TO sth
el desempleo los condena a vivir de la mendicidad unemployment condemns o forces o obliges them to live by begging
3 (desaprobar, censurar) to condemn
condenó el atentado he condemned the attack
B
1 ‹puerta/ventana› (con ladrillos) to brick up; (con tablas) to board up
2 (inhabilitar) ‹habitación/sala› to close up
condenarse
v pron
to be damned, go to hell
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condenar (conjugate condenar) verbo transitivo
a) (Der) to sentence, condemn;

condenar a algn a algo to sentence sb to sth;
condenar a algn a muerte to sentence sb to death;

lo condenaron por robo he was convicted of or found guilty of robbery
b) (reprobar, censurar) to condemn

condenar verbo transitivo
1 Jur to convict, find guilty: lo condenaron a muerte, he was condemned to death
2 (reprobar) to condemn
3 (tapiar una entrada) to wall up
'condenar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
desaprobar
- sentenciar
- denunciar
English:
condemn
- convict
- damn
- doom
- sentence
- deplore
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condenar
vt
1. [declarar culpable] to convict
2. [castigar]
condenar a alguien a algo to sentence sb to sth;
fue condenado a muerte he was sentenced o condemned to death;
fue condenado a tres años de prisión he was sentenced to three years in prison;
fue condenado a pagar una multa de 15.000 pesos he was ordered to pay a fine of 15,000 pesos;
la condenaron a no salir de casa durante los fines de semana they punished her by grounding her at weekends
3. [predestinar]
estar condenado a to be doomed to;
esa iniciativa está condenada al fracaso that initiative is doomed to failure;
los supervivientes están condenados a morir de hambre the survivors are condemned to die of starvation
4. [reprobar] to condemn;
todos los partidos condenaron el atentado all parties condemned the attack
5. [tapiar] [con ladrillos] to brick up, to wall up;
[con tablas] to board up
See also the pronominal verb condenarse
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condenar
v/t
1 JUR sentence (a to)
2 (desaprobar) condemn
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condenar vt
1) : to condemn
2) : to sentence
3) : to board up, to wall up
See also the reflexive verb condenarse
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condenar vb
1. (a una pena) to sentence
lo han condenado a seis años de cárcel he has been sentenced to six years in prison
2. (un delito) to convict
el juez lo condenó por el robo the judge convicted him of the robbery
3. (desaprobar) to condemn
todos los partidos condenaron el atentado all the parties condemned the attack

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