English to Slovak Meaning of instigate - podnecovať

Instigate :

podnecovať, vychovávať, rozčúliť, práca, kvas, rušiť, povzbudiť, vzchopiť sa, presvedčiť, motivovať, provokovať, obstarať, vajíčko, vyvolať, nabádať, nútiť, bodnutie, ťah, strčiť

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Definitions of instigate in English
Verb(1) provoke or stir up(2) serve as the inciting cause of
Examples of instigate in English
(1) Share prices even might fall, but at least then investors could be confident that they really were using their money to instigate change.(2) He abandoned his work as a doctor and pursued his desire to instigate change using the Leeds Times as a platform for his views.(3) Rather than ban the ÔÇÿsinnersÔÇÖ they attempt to work with them by investing in them and trying to instigate change.(4) Does the development team have the power and flexibility to instigate catastrophic events in the game?(5) The possession of a maritime culture may have enabled these islands to instigate change more easily than communities on the mainland.(6) Often the utility companies dispute that they have taken too long and instigate legal action.(7) Much less should they instigate riots to threaten the people.(8) Until we use what rights we do have to instigate change, get used to being laughed off.(9) In fact, one of the biggest mandates I have for my managers is to instigate change.(10) After all, the goal is to address issues, instigate debate and implement change.(11) In the manner of Late Roman politics the instigator of the new troubles, Arbogastes, had been instrumental in bringing down Maximus.(12) Men's health self-help is both an instigator and a product of this ideology.(13) But frequent riots instigated by the fascist forces often negated the good work.(14) Legal proceedings have been instigated and we will be seeking the earliest possible court date.(15) All the treks have their own bewitching features that instigate you to move ahead while knowing them.(16) The grizzled man is the instigator of all the troubles between Billy and the master-at-arms.
Related Phrases of instigate
(1) instigate ::
1. set in motion ::
uviesť do pohybu
2. incite ::
3. prompt ::
Different Forms
instigate, instigated, instigates, instigating
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