Translation for 'escalate' from English to Bulgarian
VERB   to escalate | escalated | escalated
escalating | escalates
SYNO to escalate | to intensify | to step up
to escalateескалирам [св.] [несв.] [книж.]
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Translation for 'escalate' from English to Bulgarian

to escalate
ескалирам [св.] [несв.] [книж.]
Usage Examples English
  • There were reports of locals being affected by the fire that was caused but it did not escalate into serious effects or injuries.
  • On 8 April 2007, Hassan Nasrallah, leader of the opposition, declared the situation deadlocked, but expressed an unwillingness to escalate the protests into a civil war.
  • These progressions rest on the premise that officers should escalate and de-escalate their level of force in response to the subject's actions.
  • According to several reports, including by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, as a result of the effectiveness and acceptability of USAF use of precision munitions with little collateral damage in the Kosovo conflict in what amounted to strategic destruction once only possible with nuclear weapons or massive bombing, Vladimir Putin, then-secretary of Security Council of Russia, formulated a concept ("escalate to de-escalate") of using both tactical and strategic nuclear threats and strikes to de-escalate or cause an enemy to disengage from a conventional conflict threatening what Russia considers a strategic interest.
  • Several weeks after stating his opposition to the occupation of Iraq, however, Smith declined to sign onto a bipartisan resolution to oppose Bush's plan to escalate troop levels in Iraq by 21,500, prompting questions about the sincerity of his opposition to the continued US military presence in Iraq.

  • The World Health Organization warned about the pandemic's impact on women, children and young people as it continued to escalate.
  • Several major developments occurring in November 2017 drew concerns that that proxy conflict might escalate into a direct military confrontation between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
  • To ensure that this conflict did not escalate into an international incident, the UN set up the UN Yemen Observation Mission.
  • The show focuses on various feuds between neighbors, starting over often minor issues (dog bites, noise complaints, property disputes) which escalate into tragedies.
  • The study found that both within and between species, contests between larger resource holders and smaller challengers usually do not escalate and the resource holder retains their territory, but contests between smaller resource holders and larger challengers are more likely to escalate to fighting with the pro- and mesolegs and biting of the legs and antennae.

  • While emotions in Toulouse continued to escalate, events throughout France did nothing to ease these emotions but indeed inflamed them all the more.
  • Honeycutt's mother later sued the L.A. Police Department, saying it failed to de-escalate the situation and get him medical care.
  • Vardhanam is a samskrit word which means to increase or to escalate.
  • Verbal self-defense or verbal aikido is the art of using one's words to prevent, de-escalate, or end an attempted assault.
  • His military strategy was summed up in his own words by "escalate, escalate, escalate", and in 1972, by far the bloodiest year of the conflict, the IRA killed around 100 British soldiers and lost 90 of their own members.

  • The Union of Concerned Scientists warns SDA will escalate global tensions and called the project "fundamentally destabilizing".
  • A Japanese online resource Moreover, the transfer of the Kurils to Japan would escalate territorial disputes Russia has with other countries.
  • Accounting for 80% of a shop visit cost, [...] prices escalate to recoup the original discount, until engine availability increase with aircraft teardowns.
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