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1. "fotografía obtenida sin permiso", colloquiale

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pap {sostantivo} [Brit.] [coll.] (photograph obtained without permission)

Esempi di utilizzo "robado" in Inglese

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Spanish   – Señor Presidente, gracias por haberme robado uno de los puntos que iba a tratar.
   Mr President, thank you for stealing one of the points I was just about to make.
Spanish   – Señor Presidente, gracias por haberme robado uno de los puntos que iba a tratar.
This Parliament has acted with responsibility when given responsibility.
Spanish   Le pido disculpas por haberle robado el punto que iba a comentar, señor Duff.
   Apologies for stealing your lines in advance, Mr Duff!
SpanishNo se puede admitir que se castigue además a los que se les ha robado.
We cannot allow those who have been robbed then to be punished too. What kind of logic is that?
Spanishno es el hecho en sí de que me lo haya robado lo que me duele sino …
it's not the fact that she stole it from me that upsets me but …
SpanishLa ocupación también nos ha robado a nosotros la libertad».
A jailer cuffing his wrist to that of a prisoner for an hour or two is a matter of routine.
SpanishNo deberíamos sorprendernos de que hayan robado las elecciones con un fraude electoral a gran escala.
So we should hardly be surprised by the mere stealing of an election through wholesale electoral fraud.
Spanishno es el hecho en sí de que me lo haya robado lo que me duele sino …
SpanishLa clase obrera no debe nada a quienes le han robado lo que había ganado con el sudor de su frente.
The working class owes nothing to those who have robbed them of what they earned by the sweat of their brow.
SpanishLa ocupación también nos ha robado a nosotros la libertad».
Spanishun gran cargamento de whisky robado de un camión
a large consignment of whisky hijacked from a truck
SpanishUstedes le han robado a los pueblos su libertad, su independencia, su trabajo, su moneda y su democracia.
You have robbed the people of Europe of their freedom, their independence, their jobs, their currency and their democracy.
SpanishUna minoría que lucha por sus derechos, que exige la autonomía que se le ha prometido, pero que se le ha robado.
A minority fighting for its rights, calling for the autonomy it has been promised, but which has been taken from it.
SpanishSeñor Presidente, el señor Linkohr me ha robado dos tercios de mi discurso: en verdad, estoy en un 100 % de acuerdo con lo que ha dicho.
Mr President, although Mr Linkohr has taken two-thirds of my speech, I am actually 100 % in agreement with what he has said.
Spanish[Tan pronto como la copa fue descubierta en la alforja de Benjamín, los hermanos] exclamaron: “¡Si ha robado --ya antes un hermano suyo solía robar!
And he began (searching) their sacks before the sacks of his brother; then he drew it forth from his brother's sack.
Spanish¿quién me ha robado la regla?
Spanish   – Señor Presidente, consideramos este informe un paso adelante en la recuperación del futuro robado de nuestra infancia.
If the proposal is implemented without a health guarantee, some countries, such as Denmark, will have a lower level of protection in some areas than they have at present.
SpanishNo he tomado la palabra para hablar de los trabajadores que han tratado de defender su nivel de vida, sino para hablar de alguien que ha robado a los trabajadores.
I am not here to talk about workers who have tried to defend their livelihoods. I am here to address a question of someone who stole from the workers.
SpanishLas obras de arte de estas iglesias se han quemado, profanado o robado; se han destruido los cementerios y se ha prohibido a los obispos cristianos que celebren misa.
The artworks in these churches have been burnt, desecrated or plundered; the cemeteries have been destroyed and Christian bishops are prohibited from holding Mass.