intimidate

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intimidate someone into something

to threaten or frighten someone into doing something. Do you think you can intimidate me into working for you? We weren't intimidated into doing it.
See also: intimidate

intimidate someone with something

to threaten or frighten someone with something. Please don't try to intimidate me with your silly threats! We hadn't been intimidated with their threats.
See also: intimidate
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The consultation on the offence of intimidation, and the change in the requirement on addresses, were both recommendations from the Committee on Standards in Public Life in its report published in December 2017, which had been commissioned by the Prime Minister.
She alleged that Mr Kajwang' used "sexist tactics, violence, intimidation and coercion" to secure the seat.
The report found that women, ethnic minorities and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender political candidates are disproportionately likely to be the targets of intimidation.
Part II provides an overview of the various sources and types of witness intimidation, who is intimidated, who intimidates, how witnesses are intimidated and when intimidation occurs.
Judge Fowler said: "Your life is littered with victims who have suffered violence and intimidation at your hands.
He also placed responsibility upon the international community and the United Nations for the Israeli intimidation of Lebanese residents.
BEIRUT: President Michel Sleiman Thursday slammed Israeli threats to target civilians in Lebanon, saying such intimidation violates international resolutions.
In this study, the authors examined two seemingly divergent IM tactics: intimidation and exemplification.
I was asked to document any instances of political violence and intimidation, vote buying and various illegal practices as well as the general voting process.
Describing it as an intimidation of Income Tax officers performing their duty as per law, Vora says in his complaint that there is clear legal case against Gadkari under Sections 189, 503, 506 (part II) and other relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code for threat of injury to public servant, criminal intimidation and therefore punishment with imprisonment.
STRIKING food factory workers claim they face intimidation, violence, severe questioning about loo breaks and a pay rise of just 20p.
A MAN accused of threats to kill and witness intimidation has been further remanded in custody.
com)-- MaleSurvivor is outraged by the multitude of reports in the New York Times and other media outlets over the last week alleging a widespread covering up of sexual abuse allegations and incidents of intimidation of victims within ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities in Brooklyn.
The campaign leading up to those elections in this Nato and EU nation exposed an alarming decline in the freedom and independence of print and electronic media and political intimidation at levels not seen in decades in the country.
by officers James McNamara and Paul Silvester and charged with domestic assault and battery and intimidation of a witness.