Spanish Word for piping  

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English Word: piping

Spanish Word: conducto
The Spanish Word for piping
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Translated sentences containing 'piping'
My grandparents would always let their hot chocolate cool off a little, because they didn't like to drink it when it was piping hot.
Mis abuelitos siempre enfriaban el chocolate un poco porque no les gustaba tomarlo muy caliente.

The United Kingdom is one of the countries which has a problem with lead piping.
El Reino Unido es uno de los países que tiene un problema con las conducciones de plomo.
The shortage of pastureland, combined with the problems in piping water to farms, has also caused extraordinary harm to cattle throughout Spain.
La falta de pastos, unida a los problemas en las conducciones de agua en las granjas, también ha ocasionado en toda España gastos extraordinarios para los ganaderos.
It would be a good moment, however, for the Commission to demonstrate to us that replacing lead or copper piping with plastic is definitely better for human health.
Sería oportuno, no obstante, que la Comisión nos demostrara que sustituir las canalizaciones de plomo o de cobre por las de plástico es mucho mejor para la salud humana.
Finally, I associate my vote with those of my French socialist colleagues on the matter of lead piping, asking for a period of adaptation.
Por último, uno mi voto a los de mis compañeros socialistas franceses en lo relativo a las canalizaciones de plomo, pidiendo un período de adaptación.
On the other hand, there is no proof at present that the new materials proposed as a replacement for lead piping (PVC) are totally reliable.
Por otra parte, nada prueba en la actualidad, que los nuevos materiales propuestos en sustitución de las canalizaciones de plomo (PVC) sean de una fiabilidad a toda prueba.
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