Spanish Word for pearl  

English Word: pearl

Spanish Word: perla
The Spanish Word for pearl
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She was looking for her pearl ring.
Ella estaba buscando su anillo de perlas.

These are all necessary, but in my opinion they are not the ultimate pearl of wisdom.
Lo mejor es, también en este sector, servir a la economía de mercado.
In Britain the 30th anniversary is regarded as the pearl anniversary.
En Gran Bretaña, el trigésimo aniversario es lo que se llama «bodas de perla».
Some might regard Britain as the grit in the oyster that has created the pearl.
Hay quien opina que Gran Bretaña es el grano de arena dentro de la ostra que ha formado la perla.
Mr President, Mongolia is developing into the democratic pearl of Central Asia.
Señor Presidente, Mongolia está convirtiéndose en la perla democrática de Asia Central.
I will let Members consider the wisdom of that particular pearl in their own time.
Dejaré que sus Señorías aprecien la enjundia de esta perla particular en su propio tiempo de intervención.
I watched a very disturbing report on CNN about the state of the Pearl River in China.
Hace poco vi un reportaje muy inquietante en CNN sobre el estado del río Perla en China.
The European Court of Justice, which has been the pearl of the institutions, still has an inadequate role in this whole process.
El Tribunal Europeo de Justicia, que ha sido la flor y nata de las instituciones, sigue desempeñando un papel inadecuado en todo este proceso.
There are deep concerns that the kidnapping of Wall Street journalist Daniel Pearl may have involved renegade pro-Taliban members of the Pakistani security forces.
Se teme con profunda preocupación que el secuestro de Daniel Pearl, periodista de Wall Street, haya involucrado a miembros renegados partidarios de los Talibán, pertenecientes a las fuerzas de seguridad del Pakistán.
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