Spanish Word for stab  

English Word: stab

Spanish Word: apuñalar
The Spanish Word for stab
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The girl has a stab wound in her head.
La niña tiene una cuchillada en la cabeza.
Are the stab wounds very deep?
¿Son muy profundas las puñaladas?

It should not stab the democratic forces in the back.
No debería apuñalar a las fuerzas democráticas por la espalda.
That is why, Mr Prodi, we expect you to give Commissioner Solbes your backing on this matter, not stab him in the back.
Por lo tanto, señor Prodi, esperamos que brinde su apoyo al Comisario Solbes en este asunto en lugar de apuñalarle por la espalda.
Flexible interpretations and relativisation of the Pact are a stab in the back for these courageous governments.
Las interpretaciones flexibles y la relativización del Pacto son una puñalada en la espalda para esos gobiernos valientes.
Corinne Caillaux, who had probably been raped, was found with her throat cut and covered in stab wounds in the lavatories on the train.
Corinne Caillaux aparecerá violada, acuchillada y degollada en un aseo del tren.
I can understand that you do not want to stab your Austrian rapporteur in the back, but consider carefully how you intend to vote tomorrow.
Puedo comprender que no quiera enfrentarse a su ponente austríaco, pero recapacite cómo va a votar mañana.
The fifty-fifty distribution between old and new Member States, as now proposed by Commissioner Barnier, is a stab in the dark.
La distribución equitativa entre los viejos y los nuevos Estados miembros, tal y como sugiere el Comisario Barnier, constituye una puñalada.
At approximately midnight on 27 April, the police found Dmitri, who had suffered a stab wound, and called an ambulance for him at 12.26 a.m.
Hacia la medianoche del 27 de abril, la policía encontró a Dmitri, que había sido herido por arma blanca, y a las 12.26 horas llamó a una ambulancia para que lo recogiera.
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