Spanish Word for piano  

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Spanish Word: piano
The Spanish Word for piano
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You hear a piano.
Tú oyes un piano.
Do you think it would disturb the neighbors if I played the piano?
¿Les molestará a los vecinos que toque yo el piano?
We were not able to move the piano.
No pudimos mover el piano.
We will not be able to move the piano unless someone helps us.
No vamos a poder mover el piano a no ser que alguien nos ayude.
We don't play the piano well.
Nosotros no tocamos bien el piano.
Licha was very sorry that I'd sold the piano.
A Licha le dio mucha tristeza que yo hubiera vendido el piano.
My sister doesn't like to play piano.
A mi hermana no le gusta tocar el piano.
Do you know how to play the piano?
¿Sabe usted tocar el piano?
I wouldn't have put the piano in the corner.
Yo no habría puesto el piano en el rincón.
We sold the piano las Friday.
Vendimos el piano el viernes pasado.
I used to play the piano when I was six years old.
Yo solía tocar el piano cuando tenía seis años.
He was often accompanied by his sister on the piano.
A menudo era acompañado al piano por su hermana.
His sister used to accompany him on the piano.
Su hermana lo acompañaba al piano.
She is going to play the piano.
Ella va a tocar el piano.
We are going to move the piano to another room.
Vamos a mover el piano a otro cuarto.
How much did the piano cost Mr. Cervantes?
¿Cuánto le costó el piano al Sr. Cervantes?
I would like to learn to play the piano.
Me gustaría aprender a tocar el piano.
I would like to have the child learn to play the piano.
Me gustaria que la niña aprendiera a tocar el piano.
The piano won't go through that door.
El piano no cabe por esa puerta.
I wouldn't have put the piano in the corner; I would have put it near the window.
Yo no habría puesto el piano en el rincón; lo habría puesto cerca de la ventana.

This is not how the piano is going to be played!
No es así como pensamos actuar.
They paid back and that is how the piano plays.
Ellos lo devolvieron, y así es como suena el piano.
So don't shoot me, I'm only the piano player, and I shoot back!
Les ruego, por lo tanto, que no disparen contra el pianista. Éste soy yo, ¡y estoy dispuesto a defenderme!
The Parliament and the Council share piano and stool in playing a "duet' .
El Parlamento y el Consejo comparten piano y taburete para ejecutar una pieza «a cuatro manos».
I regret that registration is not mandatory, but as the saying goes: 'Chi va piano va sano'.
Lamento que el registro no sea obligatorio, pero como dice el adagio: "Chi va piano va sano".
I regret that registration is not mandatory, but as the saying goes: 'Chi va piano va sano'.
Lamento que el registro no sea obligatorio, pero como dice el adagio: "Chi va piano va sano".
For twelve years there has been a practice in this Parliament, which some people jokingly describe as 'playing the piano' .
Durante doce años ha habido una práctica en este Parlamento que algunas personas describen en plan de broma diciendo que equivale a «tocar el piano».
Mrs Dührkop, when she was the rapporteur, likened the harmonious relationships to a symphony being played on a grand piano.
La Sra. Dührkop, cuando era ponente, comparó las relaciones armoniosas con una sinfonía tocada en un piano de cola.
Madam President, ladies and gentlemen, as the saying goes, there is no point shooting the pianist because the piano is out of tune.
Señora Presidenta, señoras y señores, un proverbio alemán dice que no tiene ningún sentido matar al pianista cuando el piano está desafinado.
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