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Detailed Translations for defile from English to Spanish


to defile verb (defiles, defiled, defiling)

  1. to defile (desecrate)

Conjugations for defile:

  1. defile
  2. defile
  3. defiles
  4. defile
  5. defile
  6. defile
simple past
  1. defiled
  2. defiled
  3. defiled
  4. defiled
  5. defiled
  6. defiled
present perfect
  1. have defiled
  2. have defiled
  3. has defiled
  4. have defiled
  5. have defiled
  6. have defiled
past continuous
  1. was defiling
  2. were defiling
  3. was defiling
  4. were defiling
  5. were defiling
  6. were defiling
  1. shall defile
  2. will defile
  3. will defile
  4. shall defile
  5. will defile
  6. will defile
continuous present
  1. am defiling
  2. are defiling
  3. is defiling
  4. are defiling
  5. are defiling
  6. are defiling
  1. be defiled
  2. be defiled
  3. be defiled
  4. be defiled
  5. be defiled
  6. be defiled
  1. defile!
  2. let's defile!
  3. defiled
  4. defiling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for defile:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
violar assault; criminal assault; violating
- gorge
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
deshonrar defile; desecrate dishonor; dishonour; rape; ravish; violate
profanar defile; desecrate
violar defile; desecrate abuse; assault; assault someone; break in; dishonor; dishonour; misuse; rape; ravish; use force; violate
- befoul; cloud; corrupt; foul; maculate; stain; sully; taint; tarnish

Synonyms for "defile":

Related Definitions for "defile":

  1. a narrow pass (especially one between mountains)1
  2. spot, stain, or pollute1
    • The townspeople defiled the river by emptying raw sewage into it1
  3. make dirty or spotty, as by exposure to air; also used metaphorically1
  4. place under suspicion or cast doubt upon1

Wiktionary Translations for defile:

  1. to make impure or dirty
  2. to march in a single file
  1. narrow passage
  2. single file

Cross Translation:
defile escasez Engpass — schmaler Wegpass, verengte Straße
defile desfilar defilierenfeierlich (in einer Parade) an jemandem, insbesondere an einer zu ehrenden Persönlichkeit vorbeimarschieren, vorüberziehen
defile funestar; quebrantar; profanar entweihen — geweihte oder geheiligte Dinge schänden, entehren
defile violar violer — Enfreindre, porter atteinte à, attenter à
defile violar violer — Avoir un rapport sexuel avec quelqu’un sans son consentement