"resonance" için İngilizce-İspanyolca çeviri

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"resonance" İspanyolca çeviri

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resonance (ayrıca: reverberation, rumbling, MRI)
As the President of Slovenia, you convey that message with particular resonance.
Como Presidente de Eslovenia, ha transmitido usted este mensaje con especial resonancia.
I hope our debate meets with favourable resonance in the European Union and beyond.
Espero que nuestro debate tenga una resonancia favorable en la Unión Europea y más allá.
I am sure this is going to have a resonance over the rest of Europe.
Yo estoy segura de que este caso tendrá resonancia en el resto de Europa.

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resonance

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EnglishThis is a phrase which has a resonance that non-Icelanders find hard to appreciate.
Se trata de un título con unas resonancias desconocidas para alguien que no es de ese país.
EnglishHowever, here we have the resonance of some expressions from Luke's account of the annunciation (cf.
Pero resuenan aquí algunos términos del relato lucano de la Anunciación (cf.
Englishresonance of some expressions from Luke's account of the annunciation (cf.
algunos términos del relato lucano de la Anunciación (cf.
EnglishThis is not just about abuse of people in their workplace, the football stadium; it has a symbolism and a resonance beyond that.
   – Señor Presidente, por una extraña coincidencia quisiera plantear exactamente el mismo punto.
EnglishIt also has real resonance for employment policy.
EnglishIf the EU wishes to continue to play its pioneering role, it is of major importance for it to find resonance with the people.
Para que la UE pueda afianzar su función pionera es fundamental que se haga eco de las preocupaciones de la población.
EnglishIn my country, the term cultural struggle has acquired a resonance to the effect that all cultures must be combated if they are not Christian.
En mi país, la palabra guerra cultural suena a que todas las culturas deben ser combatidas si no son cristianas.
EnglishAs Mrs Kaufmann indicated, we are carrying out important work on human rights which has resonance far beyond the walls of this Chamber.
Como señaló la Sra. Kaufman, nuestros trabajos en favor de los derechos humanos son trascendentes y su eco llega a lugares muy alejados de esta Sala.
EnglishWe talk about the measures that are essential to protect the environment and the climate, and this meets with great resonance on the Latin American side.
Hablamos de medidas que resultan esenciales para proteger el medio ambiente y el clima, y ello encuentra un eco muy poderoso en los países latinoamericanos.
EnglishMy message was given greater resonance by the fact that previously all European Parliament resolutions on issues such as this were disclosed to the national and regional political delegations.
El señor Millán Mon, el señor Lambsdorff y el señor Schmidt han hablado del tema de la ampliación del Consejo de Seguridad.
EnglishThe alarm bell sounded by Greece provides strong resonance, from states with well-tuned economies to those which are struggling at every stage to cut their budget deficit.
El toque de alarma de Grecia ofrece un gran eco, desde los Estados con economías bien engrasadas a aquellos que están luchando en cada etapa por reducir su déficit presupuestario.
EnglishWhen the latest enlargement brought yet more social inequality and regional imbalance, the number 1 became an unfortunate symbol, a symbol that has begun to develop a resonance with the wider public.
Más bien es todo lo contrario, porque la Unión Europea agrava y precipita esos problemas, y origina diferencias, discrepancias y conflictos aún mayores.
EnglishWhen the latest enlargement brought yet more social inequality and regional imbalance, the number 1 became an unfortunate symbol, a symbol that has begun to develop a resonance with the wider public.
Cuando la última ampliación trajo consigo aún más desigualdad social y desequilibrio regional, el número 1 se convirtió en un símbolo desafortunado, casi esotérico.