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    Hola. ¿Cómo se traduciría "patronised" en la frase siguiente?: More frequently I see the grand programme collapse, and the final scene of the drama played out in the Vice-Chancellor´s Court or else patronised in person by the Chief Judge in Bankruptcy, to say nothing of a host of clamorous creditors.
    El texto procede de la novela The haunted house at Latchford, escrita por Charlotte Riddell y publicada en 1872.
    Gracias por vuestra ayuda.

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    "Con frecuencia" ?

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    No, se trata del verbo "patronise".

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    auspiciado, patrocinado

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    mmmm
    y "tratar con condescendencia"? porque no me parece que en este contexto esté bien "patrocinar", porque no es como "sponsor".
    Qué opinan?

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    Sí, el sentido pasa por "actuar con aires de superioridad", "con condescendencia", "subestimar".

    ¡Qué imagen!

    El fracaso del programa se debe a que las autoridades minimizan el problema ante el clamor de los acreedores.

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