English to Welsh Meaning of boycott - boicot


Boycott :
boicot

boicot, dileu, gwahardd, diswyddo

boicot, hepgorer, taflu, eithrio, pasio i fyny

boicotboicotioboycottingboicotiau
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Definitions of boycott in English
Noun(1) a group's refusal to have commercial dealings with some organization in protest against its policies
Verb(1) refuse to sponsor; refuse to do business with
Examples of boycott in English
(1) Most opposition parties chose to boycott these elections, ensuring a landslide victory for the EPRDF.(2) Sport has always been used as a means of enforcing a political viewpoint, whether it is to boycott a country or whether it is to establish diplomatic relations.(3) Mr. Lopez also said that, beginning tonight, his organization will boycott any organization that uses the term illegal alien.(4) The Catholic Church is so furious with the Edinburgh Dungeon it is urging parents to boycott the attraction.(5) we will boycott all banks which take part in the loans scheme(6) The Hindu leader also urged the people of Assam to boycott Muslim immigrants economically.(7) Turkish threats to boycott German goods also caused widespread anger.(8) The Preston-based Captive Animals' Protection Society urged the public to boycott the show being staged on Cronkeyshaw Common.(9) The art scene was still firmly in thrall to the cultural boycott , which restricted South African artists from showing overseas, and overseas artists from showing here.(10) There is the tendency to boycott US goods throughout the region.(11) The European Union quickly imposed sanctions on Austria, and numerous private organizations and individuals began to boycott the country.(12) The intention of the opposition parties to boycott the poll is irresponsible in the extreme.(13) a boycott of the negotiations(14) One reason is that permissive societies that realized that crime does pay did not boycott people who lived a life of misdemeanour and wrongdoing.(15) Efforts to convince the security staff proved futile and at one stage the media threatened to boycott the prime minister's visit.(16) Some have also come forward to say they plan to boycott Terry's goods - or even all Kraft products - in protest at the decision.
Related Phrases of boycott
Synonyms
Noun
1. ban ::
gwaharddiad
2. veto ::
feto
3. embargo ::
embargo
4. prohibition ::
gwaharddiad
5. sanction ::
sancsiwn
6. restriction ::
cyfyngiad
7. avoidance ::
osgoi
8. rejection ::
gwrthod
9. refusal ::
gwrthod
Verb
10. spurn ::
spurn
11. snub ::
snub
12. shun ::
shun
13. avoid ::
osgoi
14. abstain from ::
ymatal rhag
15. wash one's hands of ::
olchi ei ddwylo
16. turn one's back on ::
trowch un yn ôl ar
17. reject ::
gwrthod
18. veto ::
feto
Different Forms
boycott, boycotted, boycotting, boycotts
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