Spanish Word for swell  

English Word: swell

Spanish Word: hincharse
The Spanish Word for swell
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Do your feet or ankles swell up?
¿Se le hinchan los pies o los tobillos?

Alternatively, they will swell the ranks of the non-inscrits.
O bien engrosarán las filas de los no inscritos.
Of course, deficits inevitably swell in times of economic recession.
Por supuesto, los déficits aumentan inevitablemente en periodos de recesión económica.
They expect this reaction to swell and fear the deluge of grass-roots anger.
Esperan que estas reacciones aumenten constantemente y tienen miedo al torrente de la ira popular.
They will be able to watch their profits swell enormously on the basis of a social disaster.
Pondrán ver cómo sus beneficios adquieren enormes proporciones sobre la base de una catástrofe social.
If we want to continue to swell the ranks of anti-Europeanism, then carry on, Commission.
Si queremos que las filas del antieuropeísmo continúen creciendo, entonces adelante, Comisión.
This would serve to swell the enormous criticism of the EU voiced by the majority of the Swedes today.
Serviría como fundamento a la crítica masiva actual de la UE que comparte la mayoría de suecos.
Corticoids and other hormones, used singly or in combination, cause meat to swell.
Los corticosteroides y otras hormonas, ya sean combinadas o no, sirven para hinchar la carne.
Will they just go to swell the ranks of the millions of people already out of work?
¿Se amontonarán en los millones de parados?
It explains the ground swell of amendments which were tabled by the Committee on the Environment: nearly one hundred amendments for the second reading.
Esto explica la avalancha de enmiendas de la Comisión de Medio Ambiente. Cerca de 100 enmiendas para la segunda lectura.
A vast gravy train sucking billions of euros from plucked chickens and terrified consumers, to swell the coffers of the multinational drug companies.
Una enorme búfala, una vaca gorda que ordeñar para destilar miles de millones de euros de los bolsillos de pollos implumes, de consumidores aterrados, para engorde de las multinacionales del medicamento.
Finally, the money that we give to Zimbabwe must be spent in the proper way and must not swell the dictator's coffers.
Finalmente, el dinero que damos a Zimbabue debe gastarse de forma apropiada y no acabar en las arcas del dictador.
Increase the TACs, and I believe you will correspondingly reduce the discards and swell the food supply, without depleting the biomass more than we do at present through discards.
Aumenten las TAC y entonces creeré que se van a reducir los descartes como corresponde y que van a aumentar el suministro de alimentos, sin agotar la biomasa más de lo que lo hacemos ahora con los descartes.
An immigrant will only have the right to stay in the territory of a Member State of the EU if he works to swell the coffers of the plutocracy.
Un inmigrante solo tendrá derecho a permanecer en el territorio de un Estado miembro de la UE si trabaja para engrosar las arcas de la plutocracia.
That impetus will not come from stock exchange indicators. At worst, they disproportionately swell the financial bubble which dominates real economies like an incubus.
No serán los índices bursátiles los que darán estos impulsos, a lo sumo, hinchan desmesuradamente la burbuja financiera que se cierne como una pesadilla sobre las economías reales.
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