Spanish Word for plugs  

English Word: plugs

Spanish Word: clavijas
The Spanish Word for plugs
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Translated sentences containing 'plugs'
What are the plugs for?
¿Para qué sirven los tapones?

My second question concerns the problem of harmonising plugs and sockets.
La segunda pregunta que tengo es con respecto al problema de la armonización de los enchufes y las cajas de enchufes.
It plugs one of the last remaining gaps in the working-time mosaic.
Cubre uno de los últimos escollos en el mosaico del tiempo de trabajo.
Commissioner Reding, the measure under approval may not be perfect, but it plugs a legislative vacuum.
Comisaria Reding, la medida en fase de aprobación puede que no sea perfecta, pero llena un vacío legislativo
That is why, whereas the Commission still plugs emissions trading as a success story, Finland should have the opportunity to put this concept into a more realistic framework.
Por esto, mientras la Comisión sigue proclamando que el comercio de derechos de emisión es un éxito, Finlandia debería tener la oportunidad situar ese planteamiento en un contexto más realista.
Recently, one of my constituents, an enthusiastic supporter of standardisation, contacted me regarding the matter of standardising the plugs for mobile telephone charger units.
Recientemente, uno de mis electores, un gran partidario de la estandarización, se puso en contacto conmigo por un tema relacionado con la estandarización de los enchufes de los cargadores de teléfonos móviles.
Mr President, Commissioner, ladies and gentlemen, the socialists' initiative on the motion for a resolution on Mauritania plugs a gap.
Señor Presidente, señora Comisaria, Señorías, la iniciativa de los socialistas sobre la propuesta de resolución en Mauritania colma un vacío.
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