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English Word: worm

Spanish Word: gusano
The Spanish Word for worm
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Translated sentences containing 'worm'
There is a worm in the plant.
Hay un gusano en la planta.
You chase a worm
Tú persigues un gusano.

No Member State should now be allowed to worm their way out of these obligations.
Ahora no deberíamos permitir que ningún Estado miembro eludiera estas obligaciones.
This does not mean, however, that we can allow Turkey to worm its way stealthily into the European Union.
Pero ello no significa aceptar que Turquía se cuele en la Unión Europea.
From the point of view of unemployment within Europe, which remains high, we should remember that it is the early bird that catches the worm.
Desde el punto de vista de la alta tasa de desempleo que se sigue manteniendo en Europa conviene recordar, como dice el refrán, que an early bird catches the worm.
Mr President-in-Office of the Council, I somehow get the impression that we are going to have to worm information out of you.
Señor Presidente del Consejo, tengo cierta impresión de que es preciso tirarle de la lengua.
Only then can we shatter the image of Europe as an economic giant, but a political dwarf and a worm in military terms.
Solo entonces podemos destruir la imagen de Europa como gigante económico pero enano político y gusano en términos militares.
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