Spanish Word for foggy  

English Word: foggy

Spanish Word: con neblina, hay niebla, neblina
The Spanish Word for foggy
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It's foggy.
Hay niebla.

Hudson Bay, 40 years ago, it is cold and foggy.
Bahía de Hudson, hace cuarenta años, frío, niebla.
Such practices are intolerable, but they are difficult to monitor, particularly at night or in foggy weather.
Estas prácticas son intolerables, pero son difícilmente controlables, sobre todo por la noche o cuando hay niebla.
Mr President, you must be aware that it is very foggy around Strasbourg and I have been told that many Members are not here.
Señor Presidente, sin duda es usted consciente de que hay mucha niebla alrededor de Estrasburgo y me han dicho que muchos diputados no están presentes.
The answer was, of course, that once Spain's economy took off, they preferred to work in the sun in Andalusia than in the foggy Ruhr!
Naturalmente han preferido quedar trabajando en su desarrollo económico bajo el sol de Andalucía que en la niebla de la cuenca del Ruhr.
By blindly focusing on liberalisation, high stock market prices and macro-economic growth, the social and sustainable face of the EU became foggy.
Al centrarse ciegamente en la liberalización, los elevados precios de las bolsas y el crecimiento macroeconómico, la cara social y sostenible de la UE se volvió borrosa.
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