Spanish Word for peel  

English Word: peel (fruit)

Spanish Word: pelar
The Spanish Word for peel (fruit)
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Translated sentences containing 'peel'
I slipped on the banana peel.
Me resbalé en una cáscara de plátano.
I slipped on the banana peel.
Me resbalé en una cáscara de plátano.
to peel potatoes
Pelar patatas/ Pelar papas

I was very pleased that the Conservative spokesman on health at that time, Dr Liam Fox, was able to visit Mrs Peel personally to listen to her case.
Me sentí muy complacido de que el portavoz en materia de sanidad de los conservadores en aquella época, el Dr. Liam Fox, visitara personalmente a la Sra. Peel y escuchara su relato.
It is true that we urgently need to peel back regulation and that China is investing threefold in research and innovation.
Es cierto que tenemos que aligerar urgentemente la normativa y que China está invirtiendo tres veces más en investigación e innovación.
This culture of closed decision-making is a major setback in the fight to peel back the layers of secrecy, one which parallels our own struggle with the European Council.
Esta cultura de la toma de decisiones a puerta cerrada constituye un retroceso importante en la lucha por despejar el secretismo, lo que se asemeja a nuestra lucha con el Consejo Europeo.
Mr President, when you peel away all the self-congratulatory verbiage, in reality, this Berlin Declaration in many areas amounts to very little in terms of substance.
(EN) Señor Presidente, cuando uno desecha toda la verborrea autocomplaciente, en realidad esta Declaración de Berlín es bastante insustancial en muchos aspectos.
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