Spanish Sentences using iluminar  

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Voy a iluminar sus ojos con una linterna.
I am going to shine a light in your eyes
El informe debía iluminar este tema y así ha sido gracias al esfuerzo del Sr. Lannoye.
This report should achieve greater clarity, and Mr Lannoye has evidently put a great deal of effort into it.
Lo único que necesito es una fuente de energía para poder iluminar mi casa y cocinar la próxima comida".
All I need is a source of energy so that I can light my house and cook the next meal".
Sin embargo, después de la adhesión debemos seguir trabajando para iluminar y convencer a los ciudadanos de la UE ampliada.
Following accession, however, we must continue our work to enlighten and convince people throughout the enlarged EU.
Lo que podemos hacer a este respecto es iluminar estas cuestiones promoviendo el debate que, casualmente, también conlleva al desacuerdo.
What we can do in this context is to illuminate the issues by promoting debate and discussion which should, incidentally, include disagreement.
El nuevo Libro Blanco sobre política en materia de juventud ha de iluminar el camino para una nueva colaboración europea en el ámbito de los jóvenes.
The new White Paper on youth policy is meant to point the way towards a new kind of European cooperation in the youth sphere.
No podemos permitir que se utilicen como a veces los borrachos utilizan las farolas: para apoyarse y no caerse cuando tambalean, y no para iluminar el camino que se quiere recorrer.
We cannot allow them to be used as drunkards sometimes use lampposts - as support when they are unsteady, instead of to light up the way forwards.

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