Spanish Word for crutch  

English Word: crutch

Spanish Word: la muleta
The Spanish Word for crutch
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Translated sentences containing 'crutch'
The crutch comes on the stretcher.
La muleta viene sobre la camilla.
The nurse brings the crutch
La enfermera trae la muleta.

We are against the state being used as a crutch for private capital.
Estamos en contra de que se utilice al Estado como muleta para el capital privado.
However, Europe is not a crutch or a cure for an economic crisis.
Sin embargo, Europa no es un una muleta ni una cura para la crisis económica.
To that extent the decision we are drawing up today, is also a crutch, helping Parliament to move towards enhanced involvement in initiatives.
En este sentido el acuerdo que hoy adoptamos es también una muleta para llegar a una mejor participación del Parlamento en las iniciativas.
Because of Germany's constitutional problems, the addition to the treaty is simply a political crutch for the further development of the rescue package, nothing more and nothing less.
Debido a los problemas constitucionales de Alemania, la adición al tratado es un mero apoyo político para desarrollar todavía más el paquete de rescate, ni más ni menos.
We are disappointed that, in fact, despite all the declarations and grand statements at Cork, this second pillar of the CAP still looks like a shaky crutch.
Lamentamos que, pese a los proclamas y a las grandes afirmaciones de Cork, este segundo pilar de la PAC siga pareciéndose a una muleta maltrecha.
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