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"nace del" em inglês

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SpanishUn presupuesto que nace del euroescepticismo solo traerá más euroescepticismo.
Some Member States want a smaller budget than the present one, which is just above 1 %.
SpanishUn presupuesto que nace del euroescepticismo solo traerá más euroescepticismo.
A budget that is born of euroscepticism will only breed more of it.
SpanishLos antiguos juristas romanos decían: « (del hecho nace el derecho).
The ancient Roman jurists used to say: ‘’ (the law arises out of the fact).
Spanishque no es sólo solidaridad de emergencia, sino que nace del
altruism which is not only an emergency solidarity, but which is born of the
SpanishDel amor nace el deseo de la unidad, también en aquéllos que siempre han ignorado esta exigencia.
Love gives rise to the desire for unity, even in those who have never been aware of the need for it.
SpanishDecimos a menudo que no hay discriminación peor que aquella que nace del hecho fortuito de ser mujer.
We often say that there is no discrimination worse than that which comes from happening to be a woman.
SpanishLa misión eclesial nace en la « fuente del amor» (AG 2)
Ecclesial mission flows from the "fountain of love" (AG 2)
SpanishLa misión eclesial nace en la « fuente del amor»
Ecclesial mission flows from the "fountain of love" (AG
SpanishEs una alegría que nace del “permanecer” en el amor de Dios y del esfuerzo por cumplir su santa y veraz voluntad (cf.
It is a joy that comes from “remaining” in the love of God and from the effort to fulfill his holy and true will (cf.
SpanishCuando nace la Europa del euro se hace imperativa la unión política europea que haga posible la participación de los ciudadanos.
When the Europe of the euro is born it is essential to have a European political union in which citizens can participate.
SpanishCreo que el problema nace del hecho de que su propuesta se refiere a Afganistán, un Estado donde la inseguridad no podría ser mayor.
I believe the problem stems from the fact that his proposal concerns Afghanistan, a state where insecurity could not be any greater.
SpanishSeñor Presidente, Señorías, la situación a la que debemos enfrentarnos es la que nace de la negativa del Gobierno iraquí a aceptar la resolución nº 1284 de las Naciones Unidas.
Mr President, the situation before us arises from the Iraqi Government's refusal to accept United Nations Resolution 1284.
SpanishSeñor Presidente, Señorías, la situación a la que debemos enfrentarnos es la que nace de la negativa del Gobierno iraquí a aceptar la resolución nº 1284 de las Naciones Unidas.
Mr President, the situation before us arises from the Iraqi Government' s refusal to accept United Nations Resolution 1284.
SpanishEsta incertidumbre nace del temor de riesgos probables, ante los que la Unión no tendrá instrumentos políticos que le permitan hacer frente a cualquier eventualidad.
This uncertainty is born of the fear of the potential risks without the Union having the political instruments to face up to any eventuality.
SpanishLa estabilidad nace del hecho de que tal gasto ha provenido hasta ahora de garantías legalmente vinculantes y tenemos que continuar proporcionando tales garantías.
Stability arises from the fact that such expenditure has hitherto derived from legally binding assurances and we must continue to give these assurances.
SpanishEn efecto, como acertadamente ha escrito el premio Nobel Octavio Paz:« Toda cultura nace del mestizaje, del encuentro, del choque con otras culturas.
As the Nobel Prize-winner Octavio Paz so rightly wrote, 'every culture is born of mixing, meeting and confrontation; quite the opposite, it is isolation that destroys civilisations '.
SpanishSe trata de ese fenómeno de solidaridad, que se encuentra en el origen mismo del modelo social europeo que todos defendemos y del que nace la cohesión económica y social.
It is precisely this phenomenon of solidarity which lies behind the European social model, which we are all in favour of, and which gave rise to the idea of economic and social cohesion.
SpanishGracias a este movimiento político, que nace del sector más despreciado y odiado históricamente, del sector más discriminado, como son los pueblos indígenas originarios.
Thanks to this political movement, which has emerged from the historically most scorned and hated sector, the sector that has suffered most discrimination: the original indigenous people.
SpanishNadie ha conseguido ni conseguirá jamás imponer esta visión, porque la cultura nace del conjunto de valores desarrollado por personas que se unen para formar grupos nacionales.
As yet nobody has succeeded in implementing this doctrine and nobody will, because cultures arises from the collection of values developed by people coming together to form national groups.

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