Spanish Word for steaks  

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The Spanish Word for steaks
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Translated sentences containing 'steaks'
Peter burned the steaks.
A Pedro se le quemaron los bistecs.
Bring two veal steaks.
Trae dos filetes de ternera.
What kind of meat are these steaks?
¿De qué carne son estos filetes?

We talked about this measure which is so important, and we each ordered two horse steaks.
Charlamos sobre esta comunicación tan importante y ambos pedimos dos bistecs de carne de caballo.
Maybe we will not all have to end our days as beef steaks!"
A lo mejor no acabaremos todas en bistecs."
I bet that, when all is said and done, we will end up as steaks after all."
"Verás que, al final, volveremos a convertirnos en bistecs como antes."
I have with me today - and I risk being arrested, I brought them for you, Mr Byrne - two British prime steaks.
Hoy he traído conmigo -y corro el riesgo de ser detenido, pero se los he traído a usted, señor Byrne- dos chuletas británicas.
This will entail a ban on certain cuts of meat which are very popular - T-bone steaks and bistecca fiorentina for example.
Esto implicaría la prohibición de ciertos cortes que son muy populares - por ejemplo el T-bone y la bistecca fiorentina.
The Commission should also investigate certain instances of fraud taking place at the moment, for example, in respect of imports of tuna steaks under the GSP-Drugs preferential arrangements.
Y se pide también a la Comisión que investigue determinados fraudes que se pueden estar produciendo. El fraude, por ejemplo, en el sistema de preferencias generalizadas con los países de la droga, en el tema de los lomos de atún.
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