Spanish Word for knotty  

English Word: knotty

Spanish Word: nudoso
The Spanish Word for knotty
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Translated sentences containing 'knotty'
a knotty problem
Una cuestión difícil
a knotty problem
Una cuestión difícil

Agricultural policy is a knotty problem in the accession negotiations.
La política agrícola es el nudo gordiano de las negociaciones de adhesión.
I am an outsider, ie, I am not a member of the Petitions Committee, but I have, from time to time, constituents with knotty problems.
Soy un lego, es decir, no soy un miembro de la Comisión de Peticiones, pero de cuando en cuando recibo la visita de personas de mi circunscripción que tienen problemas muy peliagudos.
   Mr President, at the start of your mandate we voted in favour in the hope that certain crucial knotty issues would be resolved.
   Señor Presidente, en el inicio de su mandato votamos a favor con la esperanza de que se resolvieran ciertos asuntos espinosos pero cruciales.
Mr President, the extraordinary Berlin summit has been convened to unravel a complex tangle and solve a fairly knotty problem.
Señor Presidente, el Consejo Europeo extraordinario de Berlín se ha convocado para desenredar una madeja muy compleja y un nudo muy complicado.
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