Spanish Word for chained  

English Word: chained

Spanish Word: encadenado
The Spanish Word for chained
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If you pursue pleasure, you get chained to suffering.
Si persigues el placer te encadenas al sufrimiento.

He was captured, chained up and taken to Sultan Saladin, who was born in Tikrit.
Fue capturado, encadenado y conducido en presencia del sultán Saladino, que había nacido en Tikrit.
Unlike the slave trade, these population movements were free; migrants were not chained or whipped.
Contrariamente al tráfico de esclavos, estos desplazamientos de población eran libres, los migrantes no estaban encadenados, no recibían latigazos.
So much transparency is now demanded that the Commission has become a chained giant, another Gulliver.
Ahora se pide tanta transparencia que la Comisión se ha convertido en un gigante encadenado, en otro Gulliver.
A hundred and sixty million people from the lowest caste and chained in the dungeons of cultural and religious tradition.
Ciento sesenta millones de personas de las castas más bajas están condenadas en la cárcel de la tradición cultural y religiosa.
Georgians have been Europeans since the time Prometheus was chained to our mountains and the Argonauts came to our country in search of the Golden Fleece.
Los georgianos son europeos desde la época en que Prometeo fue encadenado a nuestras montañas y los argonautas vinieron a nuestro país buscando el Vellocino de Oro.
It is clumsy phrases chained together across many pages to hide the fact that it lacks substance.
Se compone de frases torpes encadenadas en multitud de páginas para ocultar el hecho de que carece de sustancia.
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