"aback" Spanish translation
Usage examples for "aback" in Spanish
The disciples must have been taken aback when Jesus welcomed the crowds.
I am certainly taken aback by the President-in-Office's response.
I would like to mention three things which affect me personally and also take me aback.
When I listened to the Commissioner a moment ago, I was rather taken aback to hear her refer to a surprise result.
I would assume that most Members were at first somewhat taken aback and needed to reflect on the situation.
So I am a little taken aback by your statement.
Interestingly, the sullen people were completely taken aback!
This is why I was taken aback by the apparent initial surprise that characterised the response and by the hesitation in some countries.
I am therefore somewhat taken aback to learn that you have not received this list of names so that you could announce them to the House.
I am also somewhat taken aback by the reactions in this House, where the divide is once again apparent.
I must say I was rather taken aback by the reaction of the Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organisation, whom I met last week.
We were therefore totally taken aback when, at the end of last year, the Commission proposed that the import ban should be postponed indefinitely.
. – Madam President, ladies and gentlemen, the citizens of EU Member States are often taken aback by the large numbers of fatalities in road accidents.
I think that everyone here was taken aback by this enumeration of the amendments that have been refused, often without very detailed explanations.
Mr President, both public opinion and the Members of this Parliament have been taken aback by this double murder and the many injuries to citizens, among them two members of the UNO forces in Cyprus.
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