Spanish Word for wore  

English Word: wore

Spanish Word: falacia
The Spanish Word for wore
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The bride wore white...
La novia estaba vestida de blanco...
Don Gonzalo accepted without knowing that as soon as he wore the suit, he would be poisoned and die.
Don Gonzalo aceptó sin saber que cuando se pusiese el traje, moriría envenenado.
Néstor wore his glasses without which it was impossible to see.
Néstor se puso los anteojos sin los cuales no podía ver nada.

Back in 1989, I wore a badge bearing the Chinese words for freedom and democracy.
Volviendo a 1989, yo llevaba una insignia con las palabras chinas de libertad y democracia.
The new Commission reminds me therefore of the Greek proverb, 'Manolios changed and wore his hat the other way round'.
Por eso la nueva Comisión me recuerda un proverbio griego: «Manolios cambió y se puso el sombrero al revés».
After all, one would not try to dress a fully-grown 25-year-old in the same suit he wore when he was 15 years old.
Al fin y al cabo, a nadie se le ocurriría intentar vestir a una persona adulta de 25 años con el mismo traje que cuando tenía 15 años.
This paramilitary unit was recently disbanded by the courts, but an MEP from this party wore the uniform of this organisation in this chamber during the July session.
Esta unidad paramilitar quedó disuelta por los tribunales, pero un diputado al Parlamento llevó puesto el uniforme de esta organización en esta Cámara durante la sesión de julio.
If only terrorists and serious criminals wore black hats and displayed sinister sneers, those two needs could be satisfied simultaneously.
Si los terroristas y los criminales llevaran sombreros negros y adoptaran un aire siniestro, estas dos necesidades podrían satisfacerse de manera simultánea.
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Another beautiful morning here in Guadalajara. I’m writing from the park. Sometimes I think I won’t be able to go back to my regular life in the States. I have beocme accostumed to this life style. : ) I come to this park to study Spanish and enjoy a popsicle quiet often. I have made friends with the woman that sells the popsicles out a cooler at the park. I’m probably one her best...
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