Spanish Word for omelette  

English Word: omelette

Spanish Word: tortilla
The Spanish Word for omelette
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Translated sentences containing 'omelette'
My favorite dish is Spanish omelette.
Mi plato favorito es la tortilla española.
I'll have an omelette.
Quisiera / Me gustaría tomar una tortilla.

Let me remind you of the popular proverb, ‘you cannot make an omelette without breaking eggs’.
Permítanme recordarles el refrán popular: «no se puede hacer una tortilla sin romper huevos».
First, we have a saying in my country, that you cannot make an omelette without breaking eggs.
En primer lugar, hay un dicho en mi país que dice que no se puede hacer una tortilla sin romper los huevos.
Maybe now we are discussing something which is not so much a Columbus egg as a Columbus omelette.
Quizá ahora estemos debatiendo algo que, más que el huevo de Colón, parece la tortilla de Colón.
President de Gaulle once said that it is difficult to make an omelette out of six boiled eggs, let alone 15 or 24.
El Presidente De Gaulle dijo en una ocasión que difícilmente se podía hacer una tortilla con 6 huevos duros, por no hablar de 15 o más adelante 24.
And since one cannot make an omelette without breaking eggs, these measures will inevitably be painful to those concerned, both professional transport operators and the individual citizen.
Y como no se puede hacer una tortilla sin romper huevos, estas medidas inevitablemente serán dolorosas para quienes se vean afectados, tanto los operadores profesionales del transporte como los ciudadanos individuales.
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