Spanish Word for shovel  

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English Word: shovel

Spanish Word: pala
The Spanish Word for shovel
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Translated sentences containing 'shovel'
Whenever you finish with the shovel, put it on the tool storage.
Cuando termine con la pala póngala en el cobertizo para herramientas.
Yes. Where is the shovel?
Sí. ¿Dónde está la pala?
Get the rake and shovel out of the truck.
Saque el rastrillo y la pala del camión.

The coalminer's shovel has been replaced by the microprocessor.
La pala del minero de las minas de carbón ha quedado sustituida por el microprocesador.
Meanwhile the sight of a soldier in the earthquake area with a shovel in his hand is a rare one.
Por el contrario, soldados con palas en las manos han sido una imagen rara en la zona del terremoto.
In the European Union, however, the reality when it comes to transparency issues is that the task we face is like trying to clear an avalanche with a shovel.
En la Unión Europea, en cambio, la realidad a la que nos enfrentamos cuando se trata de cuestiones de transparencia, es similar a limpiar una avalancha con una pala.
With regard to Nabucco, before the first shovel of soil can be turned, we need bilateral governmental agreements involving Turkey as soon as possible.
Con respecto al proyecto Nabucco, antes de que se pueda empezar a excavar necesitamos un acuerdo gubernamental bilateral en el que participe Turquía tan pronto como sea posible.
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