Spanish Word for surname  

English Word: surname

Spanish Word: apellido
The Spanish Word for surname
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Excuse me, what is your surname?
Perdone, ¿cómo se llama de apellido?
What is the surname of the children?
¿Cómo se llaman los niños?

The first name was confused with the surname.
Se ha confundido el nombre con el apellido.
   – My surname thanks you for that remark, Mr Fatuzzo.
   – Mi apellido le agradece su observación, señor Fatuzzo.
Mr President, my second surname is González.
Señor Presidente, yo soy González de segundo apellido.
I just wanted to point out, Mr President, that my surname was misspelled.
Quería simplemente señalar, señor Presidente, que mi nombre estaba mal escrito.
There was once one of our own fellow Members in this House who had the same surname as you, and she belonged to that minority.
Hace tiempo había una diputada en esta Cámara que tenía el mismo apellido que usted y pertenecía a esa minoría.
I apologise for my inaccurate pronunciation of your surname but at last we know who you are!
Le pido perdón a la Sra. diputada por mi deficiente pronunciación de su apellido pero, en fin, usted se ha identificado.
I would appreciate it if, in future, the correct Christian name were mentioned after the surname.
Agradecería que en el futuro, después del apellido se indicara el nombre correcto.
Mr President, we are in favour of deleting the name and surname of our Italian President.
Señor Presidente, estamos a favor de que se elimine el nombre y apellido de nuestro Presidente italiano.
In that case, we will withdraw the name and surname of the Italian Head of State.
. - Por tanto, se procederá a retirar el nombre y el apellido del Jefe del Estado italiano.
What I especially 'liked' was that the representative of the European Commission did not want to reveal the candidate's surname.
Lo que me "gustó" especialmente fue que el representante de la Comisión Europea no quisiera revelar el apellido del candidato.
Mr President, it does indeed cause some confusion when two people have the same surname and not even the parliamentary staff are able to distinguish between them.
Señor Presidente, realmente se producen algunas confusiones si ni siquiera la administración parlamentaria está en situación de distinguir entre dos personas que tienen el mismo nombre.
'Well, Mr de Roo has a very obvious surname: he is called R-o-o.
"Bueno, el Sr. De Roo tiene un apellido muy claro: se llama R-o-o.
Quite recently, militiamen in Moscow beat up an ex-astronaut, purely because he had a Chechen-sounding surname.
Hace poco, unos milicianos agredieron brutalmente a un ex astronauta en Moscú porque su apellido parecía checheno.
European Parliament representative at the Intergovernmental Conference. - (PT) Congratulations; the President has lived up to his surname, working with passion and reason for the success of the summit.
Representante del Parlamento Europeo en la Conferencia Intergubernamental. - (PT) Felicidades; el Presidente ha hecho honor a su apellido trabajando con pasión y razón para el éxito de la cumbre.
However, whether it is due to a person's appearance or simply their surname, we realise that discrimination does all too often exist.
Sin embargo, se deba al aspecto de una persona o simplemente a su apellido, comprobamos que la discriminación se produce con demasiada frecuencia.
I apologise to the honourable Member because I was immediately told off for pronouncing his surname incorrectly, which is Botòpoulos and not Botopoùlos, I apologise again.
Pido perdón a su Señoría porque he sido inmediatamente regañado por pronunciar su apellido incorrectamente, ya que es Botòpoulos y no Botopoùlos. Le pido disculpas de nuevo.
(PL) Mr President, my surname is very difficult, too - Skrzydlewska - but I am used to the fact that not many people can say it properly.
(PL) Señor Presidente, mi apellido también es muy difícil -Slrzydlewska- pero estoy acostumbrada a que no mucha gente pueda pronunciarlo correctamente.
It is enough to change a single letter of ones surname in order to disappear in Europe almost without trace, and the maintenance obligation vanishes along with the debtor.
Basta con cambiar una sola letra del apellido para desaparecer en Europa casi sin dejar rastro, y la obligación de alimentos desaparece junto con el deudor.
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