Spanish Word for parachute  

English Word: parachute

Spanish Word: paracaídas
The Spanish Word for parachute
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Translated sentences containing 'parachute'
She is falling slowly with the parachute.
Ella está cayendo lentamente con el paracaídas.

The only way to get asylum here will be to jump out over Europe with a parachute.
La única forma de obtener asilo aquí consistirá en saltar sobre Europea en paracaídas.
As for the managers, they are shielded, because they are covered by the millions of euros of their gilded parachute.
En cuanto a los gerentes, están a cubierto, amparados por los millones de euros de su paracaídas dorado.
We could parachute certain things in, as we do have the necessary military and technical resources.
Se podría lanzar ciertas cosas en paracaídas, ya que disponemos de los medios militares y técnicos necesarios.
You cannot fight and win a campaign with doubters - and I say that as an officer in the Parachute Reservists.
Como oficial en la reserva de paracaidistas, digo también que no se puede hacer y ganar una guerra con objetores.
These are the key people in developing countries who understand social, political and cultural issues which we, when we parachute in to observe elections, might not be aware of.
Son fundamentales en los países en desarrollo porque conocen las circunstancias sociales, políticas y culturales que nosotros puede que no conozcamos cuando aterrizamos en misión de observación.
In light of this aspect, the Paris newspaper Le Figaro reports its 'creeping and unpleasant sensation of jumping into a void without a parachute'.
Bajo esta luz, el diario parisino Le Figaro habla de su sensación creciente y desagradable de saltar al vacío sin paracaídas.
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