Spanish Word for castles  

English Word: castles

Spanish Word: castillos
The Spanish Word for castles
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Translated sentences containing 'castles'
When we went to the beach, we used to make sand castles.
Cuando íbamos a la playa, hacíamos castillos de arena.
The most spectacular castles are in France.
Los castillos más espectaculares están en Francia.

We do want to adopt a cost-effective, practical approach here, not build castles in the air.
De hecho, queremos abordar el asunto actuando eficazmente sobre los costes y no queremos hacer castillos en el aire.
The Commission must put its communication on a statistically secure footing if we are not to continue building castles in the air.
La Comisión debe fundamentar su Comunicación sobre unas bases estadísticas sólidas si no queremos seguir discutiendo tan sólo sobre castillos en el aire.
The targets we are setting to reduce the extent of pollution must be binding, otherwise we risk the decisions becoming mere castles in the air.
Los objetivos que nos fijamos para reducir la contaminación tienen que ser obligatorios, de otro modo nuestras resoluciones corren el riesgo de ser ineficaces.
It is increasingly the case that documents are presented too late or not at all, resulting in Parliament and the committees discussing castles in the air.
Cada vez es más frecuente que los documentos se presentan con retraso o no se presentan, lo cual genera debates en el aire en el Pleno y en las comisiones.
If Brussels had actually been building railway stations, for example, instead of constitutional castles in the air, the European Union would not have been shunted into the sidings.
Si Bruselas hubiera construido estaciones de tren, por ejemplo, en lugar de los castillos de naipes constitucionales, hoy la Unión Europea no se encontraría en la vía muerta.
As the late, great Jimi Hendrix once said, castles made of sand fall into the sea eventually.
Y como el gran Jimi Hendrix dijo una vez, los castillos de arena al final siempre acaba en deshaciéndose en el mar.
A lot of places had served as castles or mansions before the Second World War, but Communism forgot them, along with the abandoned people they placed in them.
Muchos de esos lugares habían servido como castillos o mansiones antes de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, pero el comunismo se olvidó de ellos, junto con el pueblo abandonado que quedó en ellos.
In the past, castles nationalised in the Communist era housed people with disabilities, primarily with mental disabilities.
Anteriormente, los castillos nacionalizados en la época comunista albergaban personas con discapacidad, sobre todo con discapacidades mentales.
Mr President, broadly speaking, I welcome this report, which is an improvement on last year's attempt by Parliament to build elaborate and ambitious castles in the air.
Señor Presidente, en términos generales, acojo con satisfacción el presente informe, que supone un avance en relación con el intento que el pasado año hizo el Parlamento de construir complicados y ambiciosos castillos en el aire.
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