Spanish Word for fasting  

English Word: fasting

Spanish Word: ayuno
The Spanish Word for fasting
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You kept fasting.
Te quedaste en ayunas.

So this morning I started my fasting after my breakfast.
Así que esta mañana he comenzado mi ayuno después de desayunar.
If some of those people are going to practise fasting, that is very good.
Si algunas de esas personas quieren practicar el ayuno, me parece bien.
So I thought that a better practical way would be for my fasting to start after my breakfast.
Se me ocurrió que sería mejor que mi ayuno comenzase después del desayuno.
Therefore I have had my breakfast now, and until tomorrow breakfast I am fasting and sharing with your determination.
Por tanto, he desayunado y hasta mañana voy a ayunar y a compartir su determinación.
In my view, there is nothing reprehensible about being able to achieve balanced budgets through development rather than by imposing fasting and prayer on the Member States.
A mi parecer, no hay nada que objetar si conseguimos equilibrar los presupuestos mediante el desarrollo y no sólo mediante la imposición de ayuno y oración a los estados miembros.
I welcome the fact that these two are now being joined by key political figures each fasting for 24 hours.
Me congratulo por el hecho de que a estos dos pacifistas se les hayan unido ahora figuras políticas clave que están ayunando en turnos de 24 horas.
The European Union should assist this reform process by supporting financially and also technically certainly carefully selected confidence-building measures, without which the fasting will not cease.
La Unión Europea debería contribuir a este proceso de reforma apoyando económica y también técnicamente determinadas medidas de creación de confianza cuidadosamente seleccionadas, sin las cuales el ayuno no cesará.
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