Spanish Word for console  

English Word: console

Spanish Word: consolar
The Spanish Word for console
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I used to console myself by writing my thoughts.
Me desahogaba escribiendo mis pensamientos.

But unlike Talleyrand, I cannot console myself with the idea that what is exaggerated is by the same token insignificant.
Sin embargo, no puedo consolarme, con Talleyrand, con la idea de que todo lo que es exagerado es insignificante.
We cannot - and must not - console ourselves with the thought that the situation is much worse elsewhere.
No podemos tranquilizarnos diciendo que la situación en otras partes es mucho peor.
We cannot have a situation where the more capable are passed over for promotion and then lose motivation and console themselves with privileges.
Lo que no puede suceder es que los más capacitados sean postergados a la hora de los ascensos y que pierdan el entusiasmo resignándose a sus privilegios.
I registered my request by pressing a button on the console but was not registered on the speakers list.
Registré mi petición apretando un botón en la consola pero no quedó registrado en la lista de oradores.
However, I can reassure and console the Members of the European Parliament and say that these issues have not been forgotten.
No obstante, puedo tranquilizar, consolar y alentar a los diputados al Parlamento comunicándoles que estos asuntos no han sido olvidados en los trabajos preparativos.
And nobody here should console themselves with the thought that tomorrow we shall take a decision and then the matter will be removed from the table.
Ojalá que nadie se consuele con la certidumbre de que mañana decidiremos y el asunto desaparecerá de la mesa.
As if - barring some tragedy - it were not she who is first and best able to cradle, protect, love, console and bring up her child.
Como si -salvo en un caso trágico particular- no fuera primero ella la que pudiese mecer mejor, dedicarse, amar, consolar, educar.
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