Spanish Word for conspire  

English Word: conspire

Spanish Word: conspirar
The Spanish Word for conspire
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Translated sentences containing 'conspire'
Why do you all always conspire against me?
¿Por qué siempre os compincháis contra mí?

Not that I believe that men in general actively conspire against women in sport, although there are some who do so.
No es que crea que los hombres en general conspiren activamente contra las mujeres en el deporte, aunque hay algunos que sí lo hacen.
If they conspire to block the necessary reforms in this House, we will stand up for the interests of the citizen.
Si conspiran para bloquear las reformas necesarias en esta Cámara, defenderemos los intereses del ciudadano.
You just conspire against me, as the previous President did, to engage in some kind of institutional bullying.
Usted conspira contra mí, como hizo el anterior Presidente, practicando una especie de acoso institucional.
Now that Parliament belatedly has a chance to react, its biggest political groups conspire to deliver an empty resolution.
Ahora que el Parlamento tiene una oportunidad de reaccionar, con retraso, sus mayores grupos políticos conspiran para presentar una resolución vacía.
The pattern of work, the Financial Regulation and the Court's advice seem to conspire to produce too much cash in hand at any one time.
Se diría que el modelo de trabajo, el Reglamento financiero y el dictamen del Tribunal de Cuentas se habían confabulado para conceder demasiados fondos de una sola vez.
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