Spanish Word for nails  

English Word: nails

Spanish Word: clavos
The Spanish Word for nails
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Have you had any problem with your nails?
¿Ha tenido algún problema con sus uñas?
Hammer in these nails.
Martille estos clavos.
Finger nails grow approximately one millimeter per week.
Las uñas de las manos crecen aproximadamente un milímetro por semana.

The reason for this is obvious: a hammer's only real use is for banging nails in, so he has to imagine all problems as nails.
La razón es obvia: un martillo solo sirve para clavar clavos, por lo que tiene que ver todo problema como un clavo.
Once again, we will be pledging our support, but the conditions are tough as nails as far as this House is concerned.
Una vez más, prometemos nuestro apoyo, pero las condiciones son muy estrictas por lo que respecta a esta Asamblea.
However, most of the problems we encounter in life are not nails so, with that attitude, most things go wrong.
Sin embargo, la mayor parte de los problemas a los que nos enfrentamos en la vida no son clavos. Por ello, con esa actitud casi todo va mal.
So we are tough as nails with smokers, but are caught napping when it comes to hard drugs.
De este modo, nos mostramos muy duros con los fumadores, pero estamos dormidos en lo que respecta a las drogas duras.
Will the Commission go on taking a tough line here, be hard as nails?
¿Va a permanecer firme la Comisión?
If Mr Helmer was listening to the debate then he would have heard an answer to that assertion from Mr Blair, because this report nails those lies.
Si el señor Helmer escuchara el debate, entonces habría oído la respuesta a esta afirmación del señor Blair, porque este informe destapa esas mentiras.
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