Gag in spanish

Mordaza

pronunciation: moʊɹ̩dɑθɑ part of speech: noun
In gestures

gag1 = mordaza. 

Example: The editors on these newspapers regarded government pressure on the press, such as governmental controls, closings of newspapers, and gags on the press, as a major problem.

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» gag order = secreto de sumario, secreto sumarial, prohibición de informar por secreto de sumario. [A veces los jueces responsable de un caso prohíben a la prensa que informe al público por secreto de sumario. También se usa pero con menor frecuencia gagging order]

Example: Judges in many states have gagged the news media prohibiting them from reporting a criminal proceedings thus suggesting that a gag order is the preferred option rather than a last resort.

gag2 = chiste. 

Example: With their rudimentary visuals and sub-par writing, the comics of the day were nothing more than gags and cheap laughs.

gag3 = silenciar, amordazar. 

Example: Judges in many states have gagged the news media prohibiting them from reporting a criminal proceedings thus suggesting that a gag order is the preferred option rather than a last resort.

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» gag for = anhelar, ansiar, desear ardientemente.

Example: Ireland is gagging for affordable broadband, according to a survey of 1400 net users.

» gag on = atragantarse con.

Example: Among his topics are how he gagged on the Host on the occasion of his first communion, his marriage to a Lutheran, and the oppressive history of Roman Catholicism.
Gag synonyms:
fret in spanish: traste, pronunciation: fret part of speech: verb, noun choke in spanish: ahogo, pronunciation: tʃoʊk part of speech: verb laugh in spanish: risa, pronunciation: læf part of speech: noun, verb heave in spanish: tirón, pronunciation: hiv part of speech: verb, noun joke in spanish: broma, pronunciation: dʒoʊk part of speech: noun quip in spanish: sofismo, pronunciation: kwɪp part of speech: noun jest in spanish: broma, pronunciation: dʒest part of speech: noun muzzle in spanish: bozal, pronunciation: mʌzəl part of speech: noun yak in spanish: yak, pronunciation: jæk part of speech: noun jape in spanish: broma, pronunciation: dʒeɪp part of speech: noun wheeze in spanish: jadear, pronunciation: wiz part of speech: noun, verb suffocate in spanish: sofocar, pronunciation: sʌfəkeɪt part of speech: verb
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