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English-Spanish translation for "annulled"

 

"annulled" Spanish translation

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annulled {adjective}

annulled {adj.} (also: canceled, abolished, outlawed)

anulado {adj. m}

The regulation that was annulled was based on Article 100c of the Maastricht Treaty.

El reglamento anulado se basaba en el artículo 100 C del Tratado de Maastricht.

With this in mind, the trial must be annulled and the political prisoners freed immediately.

Bajo este prisma, el proceso tiene que ser anulado, y los prisioneros políticos deben ser puestos en libertad de inmediato.

The country's Constitutional Court has annulled the first round of the elections, a decision vigorously contested by the government.

El Tribunal Supremo del país ha anulado la primera vuelta de las elecciones, decisión que ha sido cuestionada radicalmente por el Gobierno.

The European Court of Justice has annulled the original agreement, and yet the replacement agreement only differs in its legal basis.

El Tribunal de Justicia Europeo ha anulado el acuerdo original, pero el acuerdo que lo sustituye solo difiere del anterior en su fundamento jurídico.

They actually annulled the 2007 democratic decision of the Mauritanian people, which had elected its first president in a democratic manner.

Han anulado, de hecho, la decisión democrática tomada en 2007 por el pueblo mauritano, que había elegido a su primer Presidente de una manera democrática.

annulled {adj.} (also: canceled)

anulada {adj. f}

This will replace the directive annulled by the Court of Justice last October.

Esta sustituirá la directiva anulada por el Tribunal de Justicia el octubre pasado.

I am extremely pleased to hear the Prime Minister announcing that annulment is now to be annulled.

Me complace enormemente escuchar al Primer Ministro anunciar que esa anulación será ahora anulada.

This Court judgment is a disaster and must be annulled by a new wording in the Treaties or a legally binding protocol.

Esta resolución del Tribunal es un desastre y debe ser anulada por una nueva redacción de los Tratados o por un protocolo jurídicamente vinculante.

The proposal is intended to replace the previous directive on tobacco advertising and sponsorship, annulled by the European Court of Justice two years ago.

La propuesta pretende sustituir a la anterior Directiva sobre publicidad y patrocinio de los productos del tabaco, anulada por el Tribunal de Justicia Europeo hace dos años.

It is therefore only logical that the new proposal should be more modest when it comes to protecting public health than the annulled directive, which also included indirect advertising.

Por ello es lógico que la propuesta sea más modesta en lo que respecta a la salud pública que la Directiva anulada, que también incluía la publicidad indirecta.

to annul {verb}

to annul [annulled|annulled] {vb} (also: to abolish, to abort, to abrogate, to destroy)

I annulled (Simple past)

yo anulé (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

you annulled (Simple past)

anulaste (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

he/she/it annulled (Simple past)

él/ella anuló (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

we annulled (Simple past)

nosotros/nosotras anulamos (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

you annulled (Simple past)

vosotros/vosotras anulasteis (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

they annulled (Simple past)

ellos/ellas anularon (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

I annulled (Past subjunctive)

yo anulara (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

you annulled (Past subjunctive)

anularas (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

he/she/it annulled (Past subjunctive)

él/ella anulara (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

we annulled (Past subjunctive)

nosotros/nosotras anuláramos (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

you annulled (Past subjunctive)

vosotros/vosotras anularais (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

they annulled (Past subjunctive)

ellos/ellas anularan (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

I annulled (Past subjunctive)

yo hubiera anulado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

you annulled (Past subjunctive)

hubieras anulado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

he/she/it annulled (Past subjunctive)

él/ella hubiera anulado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

we annulled (Past subjunctive)

nosotros/nosotras hubiéramos anulado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

you annulled (Past subjunctive)

vosotros/vosotras hubierais anulado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

they annulled (Past subjunctive)

ellos/ellas hubieran anulado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

annulled (Past participle)

anulado (Participio)

to annul [annulled|annulled] {vb} (also: to delete, to cancel, to call off)

I annulled (Simple past)

yo cancelé (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

you annulled (Simple past)

cancelaste (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

he/she/it annulled (Simple past)

él/ella canceló (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

we annulled (Simple past)

nosotros/nosotras cancelamos (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

you annulled (Simple past)

vosotros/vosotras cancelasteis (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

they annulled (Simple past)

ellos/ellas cancelaron (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

I annulled (Past subjunctive)

yo cancelara (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

you annulled (Past subjunctive)

cancelaras (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

he/she/it annulled (Past subjunctive)

él/ella cancelara (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

we annulled (Past subjunctive)

nosotros/nosotras canceláramos (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

you annulled (Past subjunctive)

vosotros/vosotras cancelarais (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

they annulled (Past subjunctive)

ellos/ellas cancelaran (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

I annulled (Past subjunctive)

yo hubiera cancelado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

you annulled (Past subjunctive)

hubieras cancelado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

he/she/it annulled (Past subjunctive)

él/ella hubiera cancelado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

we annulled (Past subjunctive)

nosotros/nosotras hubiéramos cancelado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

you annulled (Past subjunctive)

vosotros/vosotras hubierais cancelado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

they annulled (Past subjunctive)

ellos/ellas hubieran cancelado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

annulled (Past participle)

cancelado (Participio)

to annul [annulled|annulled] {vb} (also: to break up, to leach)

I annulled (Simple past)

yo disolví (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

you annulled (Simple past)

disolviste (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

he/she/it annulled (Simple past)

él/ella disolvió (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

we annulled (Simple past)

nosotros/nosotras disolvimos (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

you annulled (Simple past)

vosotros/vosotras disolvisteis (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

they annulled (Simple past)

ellos/ellas disolvieron (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

I annulled (Past subjunctive)

yo disolviera (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

you annulled (Past subjunctive)

disolvieras (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

he/she/it annulled (Past subjunctive)

él/ella disolviera (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

we annulled (Past subjunctive)

nosotros/nosotras disolviéramos (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

you annulled (Past subjunctive)

vosotros/vosotras disolvierais (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

they annulled (Past subjunctive)

ellos/ellas disolvieran (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

I annulled (Past subjunctive)

yo hubiera disuelto (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

you annulled (Past subjunctive)

hubieras disuelto (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

he/she/it annulled (Past subjunctive)

él/ella hubiera disuelto (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

we annulled (Past subjunctive)

nosotros/nosotras hubiéramos disuelto (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

you annulled (Past subjunctive)

vosotros/vosotras hubierais disuelto (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

they annulled (Past subjunctive)

ellos/ellas hubieran disuelto (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

annulled (Past participle)

disuelto (Participio)

I annulled (Simple past)

yo acrecenté (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

you annulled (Simple past)

acrecentaste (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

he/she/it annulled (Simple past)

él/ella acrecentó (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

we annulled (Simple past)

nosotros/nosotras acrecentamos (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

you annulled (Simple past)

vosotros/vosotras acrecentasteis (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

they annulled (Simple past)

ellos/ellas acrecentaron (Indicativo pretérito perfecto simple)

I annulled (Past subjunctive)

yo acrecentara (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

you annulled (Past subjunctive)

acrecentaras (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

he/she/it annulled (Past subjunctive)

él/ella acrecentara (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

we annulled (Past subjunctive)

nosotros/nosotras acrecentáramos (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

you annulled (Past subjunctive)

vosotros/vosotras acrecentarais (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

they annulled (Past subjunctive)

ellos/ellas acrecentaran (Subjuntivo pretérito imperfecto 1)

I annulled (Past subjunctive)

yo hubiera acrecentado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

you annulled (Past subjunctive)

hubieras acrecentado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

he/she/it annulled (Past subjunctive)

él/ella hubiera acrecentado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

we annulled (Past subjunctive)

nosotros/nosotras hubiéramos acrecentado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

you annulled (Past subjunctive)

vosotros/vosotras hubierais acrecentado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

they annulled (Past subjunctive)

ellos/ellas hubieran acrecentado (Subjuntivo pretérito pluscuamperfecto 1)

annulled (Past participle)

acrecentado (Participio)
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Context sentences

Context sentences for "annulled" in Spanish

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It was this Commission's decisions which have been annulled.

Han sido decisiones de la actual Comisión las que han sido anuladas.

Our decisions have been annulled and we must follow the law.

Nuestras decisiones han sido anuladas y debemos acatar la ley.

It was annulled by the European Court of Justice.

Fue invalidada por el Tribunal de Justicia de las Comunidades Europeas.

If the decrees have indeed lapsed, as the Czech government maintains, why were they not unambiguously annulled?

Si son tan superfluas como dice el Gobierno checo,¿por qué no se derogan estos decretos de forma inequívoca?

If the decrees have indeed lapsed, as the Czech government maintains, why were they not unambiguously annulled?

Si son tan superfluas como dice el Gobierno checo, ¿por qué no se derogan estos decretos de forma inequívoca?

How, then, is it to be annulled now?

¿Han obtenido más derechos los uigures y los mongoles?

The Honduran Congress has approved a code of conduct and the law authorizing the imprisonment of minors has been annulled.

El Congreso de Honduras ha aprobado un código de conducta y se ha derogado la ley que autorizaba el encarcelamiento de menores.

Their legal effects shall be preserved until those acts are repealed, annulled or amended in implementation of this Treaty.

Sus efectos jurídicos se mantienen en tanto dichos actos no hayan sido derogados, anulados o modificados en aplicación del presente Tratado.

I believe that the conditions for this to happen, however, will only exist if the bilateral agreements meanwhile entered into are annulled.

Creo que las condiciones para que esto ocurra, sin embargo, sólo existirán, si los acuerdos bilaterales que han entrado en vigor son anulados.

If you read the Amsterdam protocol properly you will see exactly what it says, namely that no treaty provision may be annulled; of course it cannot.

Si leen correctamente el protocolo de Amsterdam, podrán comprobar exactamente lo que en él se dice: que ningún artículo puede quedar sin vigor, no puede ser.

This was confirmed by the recent judgment of the Greek Supreme Court of 11 June 2007 in which the court annulled its previous case-law.

Esto se ha confirmado mediante la reciente sentencia del Tribunal Supremo griego de 11 de junio de 2007, en la que el tribunal revocaba la jurisprudencia habida hasta la fecha.

For example, the Ministry of Interior has annulled the protocol which, until now, has allowed the armed forces to intervene independently in security issues.

Por ejemplo, el Ministerio del Interior ha revocado el protocolo que, hasta ahora, ha permitido que las fuerzas armadas intervinieran de forma independiente en asuntos de seguridad.

Secondly, I believe that we should reincorporate the sadly annulled B4-3400 into the Community budget which provided for urgent aid to disaster victims.

Segundo, creo que se debe traer otra vez al presupuesto comunitario el artículo B4-3400 que, por desgracia, se suprimió, posición que preveía ayudas urgentes para las víctimas de las catástrofes.
 

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