Spanish Word for hood  

English Word: hood

Spanish Word: la capota
The Spanish Word for hood
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Robin Hood used to live in Sherwood forest.
Robin Hood habitaba en el bosque Sherwood.

They have had more than a hood imposed on them.
A ellos se les ha impuesto algo más que una capucha.
Robin Hood could not be killed.
Robin Hood no podía ser asesinado.
There was also the question by David Martin on the Robin Hood tax.
También quisiera hablar sobre la pregunta que ha planteado el señor Martin sobre el impuesto Robin Hood.
It pushes the EU into stagnation, and you will be Robin Hood in reverse.
Obliga a la UE al estancamiento y usted se convertirá en Robin Hood a la inversa.
There is no greater hood than that which has been imposed on a people, on the indigenous people in and outside Mexico.
No hay mayor capucha que la que se ha impuesto a un pueblo, a los indígenas de México y de fuera de México.
Here, if anywhere, a certain sort of Robin Hood policy will be especially good and useful.
Es aquí donde más resultados y utilidad generaría una política solidaria a lo Robin Hood.
It is Robin Hood in reverse, with the EU taking from the poor and giving to the rich.
Es Robin Hood al revés, pues la UE quita dinero a los pobres y se lo da a los ricos.
And that is why today Oxfam have today launched a call for what they have called a 'Robin Hood tax'.
Además, este es el motivo por el que hoy Oxfam ha lanzado un llamamiento por lo que han denominado como el "impuesto Robin Hood".
First of all, I must say that I like the name Robin Hood much better than Tobin.
En primer lugar, tengo que decir que me gusta mucho más el nombre de Robin Hood que el de Tobin.
Robbing a poor Peter to pay Paul is an inverse Robin Hood policy and is at best perverse.
Robar al pobre Pedro para pagar a Pablo es una política inversa a la de Robin Hood, y como mínimo es perversa.
We had the ghosts of Christmas past and Robin Hood bumping into the Sheriff of Nottingham in Mr Farage’s contribution.
Hemos visto pasar volando a los fantasmas de la Navidad y a Robin Hood tropezar con el sheriff de Nottingham en la intervención del señor Farage.
For many of us at the time, Mr Cohn-Bendit was a kind of contemporary Robin Hood figure.
Entonces para muchos de nosotros él era una especie de Robin Hood contemporáneo.
On the basis of an industrial structure long made redundant by technological change, it is the Sheriff of Nottingham winning, not Robin Hood.
Basándose en una estructura industrial, desde hace tiempo innecesaria por el cambio tecnológico, es el sheriff de Nottingham el que gana y no Robin Hood.
The Robin Hood tax represents a tiny 0.05% of transactions, but would raise billions for development projects in the third world.
El impuesto Robin Hood representa tan solo el 0,05 % de las transacciones, pero aumentaría en miles de millones para los proyectos de desarrollo del tercer mundo.
So this Robin Hood tax would be a good way to tackle poverty and to ensure that the banks make a socially useful contribution.
Por tanto, el impuesto Robin Hood sería una buena forma de solucionar la pobreza y de garantizar que los bancos hacen una contribución útil a nivel social.
So I say, festina lente, hasten slowly, having thought deeply and consulted widely, and then we may need to act, with or without the aid of Robin Hood.
Por lo tanto, digo festina lente, vísteme despacio que tengo prisa, después de haber reflexionado profundamente y realizado consultas ampliamente, probablemente entonces debamos actuar, con o sin la ayuda de Robin Hood.
It is called the Robin Hood Tax group, after the legendary figure who stole from the rich and gave to the poor.
Este grupo se llama Impuesto Robin Hood, cuyo nombre se basa en la figura legendaria que robaba a los ricos para ayudar a los pobres.
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