Spanish Word for vest  

English Word: vest

Spanish Word: el chaleco
The Spanish Word for vest
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He likes the vest a lot.
El chaleco le gusta mucho.
I'll take a life vest.
Llevo salvavidas.
You must know how to use the life vest
Es necesario saber cómo utilizar el chaleco salvavidas.

These rights are property rights because they vest economic rights and benefits in the artist.
Su naturaleza es la de un derecho de propiedad, puesto que concede derechos y beneficios económicos al creador.
However, I do not consider it helpful to vest the Commission with the power to appoint the staff of OLAF.
Yo considero, sin embargo, poco adecuado para el objetivo que se persigue que las competencias en relación con el personal de la OLAF correspondan a la Comisión.
The Rules, as they stand, vest the Conference of Presidents with the authority to decide whether or not a committee of inquiry is set up.
El Reglamento en vigor faculta a la Conferencia de Presidentes para decidir si se constituye o no una comisión de investigación.
I believe, however, that we should try not to gild the lily by embellishing the Commission's plans with amendments which vest even more power in the new agency.
Sin embargo, creo que no debemos pasarnos de listos mejorando los planes de la Comisión con enmiendas que otorgan aún más poder a la nueva agencia.
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