Spanish Word for agitated  

English Word: agitated

Spanish Word: agitado[Adjective]
The Spanish Word for agitated
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The baby is very agitated.
El bebé está muy inquieto.

(FR) Madame President, I trust my tone will be as measured as your own was agitated.
(FR) Señora Presidenta, le hablaré con tanta calma como enervadas han sido sus palabras.
Especially since the failure of the Nice Summit, this Parliament has agitated for a new method for Intergovernmental Conferences.
Esta Asamblea ha insistido, sobre todo después de la malograda Cumbre de Niza, en la necesidad de que por fin se aplique un nuevo método para preparar las conferencias intergubernamentales.
However, I see no reason to panic or become agitated, since the financial aspect of enlargement to the east is only one aspect of the matter.
No obstante, creo que no hay motivo para caer en el pánico o la desazón pues los aspectos financieros de la ampliación hacia el Este son solamente una parte.
Throughout more than ten years of Council presidencies, the European Parliament's Committee on Public Health has agitated for a ban on advertising.
Durante un período de más de 10 años y con diversas Presidencias del Consejo, la Comisión de Salud Pública del Parlamento Europeo ha venido instando al Consejo a que prohibiera la publicidad del tabaco.
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