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English Word: scissors

Spanish Word: unas tijeras
The Spanish Word for scissors
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Translated sentences containing 'scissors'
some scissors
unas tijeras
We obtain the scissors.
Nosotros conseguimos las tijeras.

Quite frankly, we would be castrated with a pair of rusty scissors.
Sinceramente, sería como si nos castraran con unas tijeras oxidadas.
Have you not heard the old ladies cry out in frustration when their toenail scissors are taken away?
¿No han oído lamentarse con frustración a las señoras mayores cuando se les confisca el cortauñas?
Mr President, I would like the honourable Member to note that the confiscation of nail scissors and nail clippers from air passengers is not required by Community law.
Señor Presidente, quisiera señalar a su Señoría que el Derecho comunitario no exige la confiscación de las tijeras de uñas y los cortauñas de los pasajeros aéreos.
Regulation No 622/2003, as modified by Regulation No 68/2004, does not ban knives or scissors unless the blade is longer than 6 cm.
El Reglamento n° 622/2003, en su versión modificada por el Reglamento n° 68/2004, no prohíbe los cuchillos ni las tijeras, salvo cuando sus hojas excedan de 6 cm de longitud.
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