Spanish Word for railroad  

English Word: railroad

Spanish Word: ferrocarril
The Spanish Word for railroad
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We lost it at the railroad station.
Se nos perdió en la estación del ferrocarril.
Have you ever lost your suitcases at a railroad station?
¿Nunca se le han perdido a Ud. las maletas en una estación de ferrocarril?

Every railroad has its own technical standards.
Todos los sistemas ferroviarios poseen sus propias normas técnicas.
Safety and interoperability of the community railroad system (debate)
Seguridad e interoperabilidad del sistema ferroviario comunitario (debate)
I venture to suggest here that at the moment, we still do not have a European railroad system.
Me atrevo a sugerir en este foro que, de momento, no contamos con un sistema ferroviario europeo.
Let us establish a truly European railroad system, even if this has to be done in spite of the almighty, national railroad carriers.
Creemos un verdadero sistema ferroviario europeo, incluso si hay que hacerlo a costa de las poderosas compañías ferroviarias nacionales.
At the same time, however, the Council tried to railroad us here in Parliament into a quick decision.
Pero al mismo tiempo ha intentado meternos prisa aquí, en el Parlamento Europeo.
When the subject of the question was shown, we saw the words: context - the European railroad system.
Cuando se ha mostrado el tema de la pregunta, hemos visto las palabras: contexto: el sistema ferroviario europeo.
Would it not be a huge, historic mistake to railroad those people into this failing European Union without first telling them the truth?
¿No sería un enorme error histórico apremiar a sus ciudadanos a ingresar en esta Unión Europea fracasada sin contarles antes la verdad?
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