Spanish Word for listener  

English Word: listener

Spanish Word: oidor, oyente
The Spanish Word for listener
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Translated sentences containing 'listener'
I want those pencils over there.
Quiero aquellos lápices.
I want that newspaper. (near listener)
Quiero ese periódico.
I want those newspapers over there.
Quiero aquellos periódicos.
I want those pens. (near listener)
Quiero esas plumas.
I want those pens.
Quiero esos bolígrafos.
I want those skirts over there.
Quiero aquellas faldas.
I want that television. (near listener)
Quiero esa televisión.
I want that car. (far away)
Quiero aquel coche.
I want that butter. (near listener)
Quiero esa mantequilla.
I want those televisions over there.
Quiero aquellas televisiones.
I want that chair. (far away)
Quiero aquella silla.

You are a very good orator, Mr Sarkozy, but I am not so sure that you are that good a listener.
Usted es un orador muy bueno, señor Sarkozy, pero no estoy tan seguro de que sepa escuchar.
The Committee on Petitions performs the role of listener on behalf of the Parliament.
La Comisión de Peticiones desempeña el papel de escucha en nombre del Parlamento.
Mr President, congratulations to Mrs Plooij, who is a good speaker, but more importantly, a very good listener.
Señor Presidente, felicito a la Sra. Plooij, que es una buena oradora, pero que, y eso es aún más importante, sabe escuchar muy bien.
Mr President, may I express my thanks to Bruno Trentin for the quality of his work and for being a good listener.
Señor Presidente, deseo dar las gracias a Bruno Trentin por la calidad de su trabajo y la capacidad de escucha.
My predecessors have told me that you have always taken notice of the European Parliament, which has always found you to be a good listener.
Mis predecesores me han dicho que siempre ha escuchado al Parlamento Europeo, que siempre han encontrado en usted un oído atento.
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