영어-스페인어 "to dig out" 번역

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"to dig out" 스페인어 번역

EN to dig out
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{동사}

1. "remove"

2. "from soil"

What we were asked for was heavy equipment to enable the people in Jenin to dig out the bodies that are still there.
Las personas de Yenín piden maquinaria pesada para poder desenterrar los cuerpos que siguen ahí.

3. "find", 구어

to dig out (동의어: to disinter, to dust off)
As a result the Commission finds itself obliged to dig out and dust off the directive on European works councils: this was a worthy initiative but its substance is poor.
En consecuencia, la Comisión se ve obligada a desempolvar la directiva sobre los comités de empresa europeos: fue una iniciativa loable, pero con poca sustancia.

스페인어로 "to dig out"에 관한 문장들

이 문장들은 외부 검색 결과를 포함하고 있으며 정확하지 않을 수 있습니다. 이 결과에 대해 저희 bab.la는 어떠한 책임도 지지 않습니다. 여기서 자세히 보기.

EnglishI constantly had to prod the then Commission to dig this dossier out and dust it off.
Una y otra vez me veía obligado a rescatar al expediente de debajo del polvo de la Comisión Europea.
EnglishWhen low cards are buried in a column, it's better to dig them out and move them to a home cell early.
Cuando las cartas bajas están ocultas en una columna, es mejor desenterrarlas y moverlas pronto a una carta de inicio.
EnglishThe only way they can dig themselves out again and resolve their differences is by getting the European Union to act as a bridge-builder.
La única manera de solucionar sus diferencias es que intervenga la Unión Europea tendiendo un puente.
EnglishThe motorway, as currently planned, will bury this site before an archaeological dig has been carried out.
La autopista, tal y como está planificada actualmente, sepultaría este emplazamiento antes de que se pudiese realizar una excavación arqueológica.
EnglishI consider that for certain young people from marginal areas, a real brass-knuckle fight is now needed to dig them out of the bottomless pit they have sunk into.
Considero que para algunos jóvenes es necesaria actualmente una campaña realmente contundente para sacarlos del pozo sin fondo en el que algunos están cayendo.