Spanish Word for tires  

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English Word: tires

Spanish Word: llantas ( car tires)
The Spanish Word for tires
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Translated sentences containing 'tires'
Check the tires, please.
Revise los neumáticos, por favor.
some tires
unas llantas
In the garden out front I have a sports car without tires that I'm going to fix one of these days.
En el jardín de frente tengo un carro deportivo sin llantas que voy a arreglar un día de estos.
Do you know if there is a workshop where they fix tires?
¿Sabes si hay un taller donde arreglen llantas?
I haven't seen it. Sir, do you know if there is a workshop near here where they fix tires.
Yo no lo he visto. Señor, ¿Sabe usted si hay un taller cerca de aquí donde arreglen llantas?
Yes sir, there is a workshop where they fix tires in the next block.
Si señor, hay un taller donde arreglan llantas en el próxima cuadra.
Thanks to technology, new tires don't get punctured.
Gracias a la tecnología las llantas nuevas no se pinchan.
The tires need to be rotated.
Las llantas necesitan rotación.

Brussels never tires of emphasising that compliance with fundamental rights, especially freedom of religion and freedom of expression, has the highest priority for accession to the EU.
Bruselas nunca se cansará de insistir en que el cumplimiento de los derechos fundamentales, especialmente la libertad de culto y la libertad de expresión, es una prioridad máxima para la adhesión a la UE.
The German Federal Government, in particular, never tires of telling us that industry and science must take more responsibility.
Precisamente el Gobierno alemán no se cansa de repetir que la industria y la ciencia deben asumir una mayor responsabilidad.
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