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English Word: inches

Spanish Word: pulgadas[Noun]
The Spanish Word for inches
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Translated sentences containing 'inches'
An Astronaut can be up to 2 inches taller returning from space. The cartilage disks in the spine expand in the absence of gravity.
Un astroanauta puede medir hasta 2 pulgadas mas despues de retornar del espacio.

They have to be silent, they have no column inches or airtime.
Tienen que quedarse callados, no tienen espacio para columnas ni cabida en los espacios televisivos.
Rainfall in these parts, which face the Atlantic and the prevailing weather, can be anything from 80 to over 100 inches – i.e. 250 cm – a year.
La pluviosidad en esta zona, que da al Atlántico y sufre el clima imperante, puede ser de entre 80 a 100 pulgadas –es decir, 250 cm– anuales.
But as you know, in politics a halo is only 12 inches from being a noose and our reputations depend on our ability to meet ever-new challenges.
Pero como es sabido, en política basta con que una aureola baje unos pocos centímetros para convertirse en soga, y nuestra reputación depende de nuestra capacidad para superar retos siempre nuevos.
In order to unjustifiably discredit and perhaps in the vain attempt to get a few column inches in the Spanish press.
Para desprestigiar injustificadamente y para, quizá, -empeño imposible- tener un hueco muy pequeñito en un periódico español.
Mr President, the Irish author Jonathan Swift in his famous book 'Gulliver's Travels' sent his hero Gulliver to the land of Lilliput, whose inhabitants were only six inches high.
Señor Presidente, el escritor irlandés Jonathan Swift en su célebre libro "Los viajes de Gulliver" envió a su héroe Gulliver a las tierras de Lilliput, cuyos habitantes medían tan sólo seis pulgadas de altura.
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