Spanish Sentences using estreno  

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¿Tienen películas de estreno?
Do you have premieres?
Desde el estreno de la película las salas de cine han estado muy concurridas.
Since the premiere of the movie the movie theaters have been very crowded.
   Señor Ministro, bienvenido a su estreno en el Parlamento Europeo.
   Minister, welcome to your debut in the European Parliament.
Es un gran estreno para un viernes por la mañana.
This is a major feat for a Friday morning!
Puesto que me estreno en un debate dedicado a luchar el fraude fiscal, me gustaría enfatizar los siguientes aspectos.
in writing. - (PL) As I take the floor in a debate devoted to combating tax fraud, I should like to draw attention to the following issues.
Yo también me estreno hoy con el tema de la pesca y estamos ante un reto importante.
I, too, am speaking here for the first time on the topic of fisheries, and indeed we are facing a significant challenge in this area.
Permítame que le felicite por lo que en el parlamentarismo alemán se designa -injustificadamente en su caso- como el "discurso de estreno" (Jungfernrede).
I would like to congratulate you on what is referred to in German parliamentary-speak, inappropriately in your case, as a maiden speech.
Hoy celebramos otro estreno con la valoración pública de lo que se ha conseguido y lo que no se ha conseguido mediante los planes nacionales de acción.
The situation today is that we are publicly assessing what has and has not been achieved in the National Action Plans.
Esta semana he visto el estreno del primer canal de televisión en gaélico, lo que representa un buen desarrollo en la promoción de la diversidad lingüística tanto en Escocia como en Europa.
This week saw the launch of the first ever Gaelic language television channel - a welcome development in the promotion of the linguistic diversity of both Scotland and Europe.

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