"grown-up" Spanish translation
No one is grown up at the age of 16, either in these or in other cases.
Parliament should behave responsibly as a grown-up legislator, not as a petulant child.
Let those countries remember that El Niño will have grown up before too long, and that the situation will only get worse.
I believe that, because of these events, Europe has grown up over these six months.
These ideas do not impress anyone today, because all the younger people have grown up in peace, thank God.
reflect the love of God. Those children are now grown up, and many of them have
Those children are now grown up, and many of them have children of their own; but the message I leave today is the same as I left then.
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Usage examples for "grown-up" in Spanish
It is important that this House is grown up enough to recognise that fact.
The symbols for the currencies we have grown up with will disappear.
Despite this, we will be supporting those amendments, for the Greens, too, have now grown up.
But for grown-up administrators it is high time to decide on the practical aspects of the euro.
Finally and very importantly, it will also help to dispel the many myths that have grown up.
Consumers will only have grown up if we continue to offer them transparency and openness.
The French will govern themselves, as all of us should do, as grown-up democracies.
These books can help grown-ups and kids start conversations about what foods are good to eat and why
I lost a son but gained many grown-up children.
After all, we are all grown-up democracies.
Completely new workplaces have grown up.
But the sector has now grown up.
Romanian society has grown up.
As one young South African who had grown up in Denmark expressed it, " it is good for South Africa now that Mandela is retiring. "
If they are grown up enough to discuss and criticise something they are unhappy with, they should do so directly.
We live in a world where a poppy grown in Afghanistan can end up being illegally sold as heroin in Scotland.
Secondly, I believe this Parliament has grown up because it understands that only with a vision of the future can you make progress.
They are grown-ups.
If children experience violence or are sexually abused, once grown up, they will become violent themselves.
It is beneficial to the Union of peoples, the Union of States; when we come to debate what form such a policy will take, then we will have truly grown up.
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