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"someone" Spanish translation
Invite someone you care about to a video chat today and see the difference it can make!
And that someone is the de Mulder brothers in the United Kingdom.
And someone, or some people, imported this meal into France!
Hypocrisy, in the first place, with regard to the civil liability: after all, someone manufactured this meal!
There are cars coming from the left, from in front, from behind, and there is always someone who has to reverse so he can get round the bend.
It is useful to have someone who attended the meeting to explain the situation.
Note that sometimes you can see someone with a theme that is not in your gallery.
Someone mentioned the EU imposing stringent measures in this sector in Europe.
Could someone, either Mr Bourlanges or yourself, give us some information on this?
The punchline is that someone advises you to throw yourself out of a helicopter.
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Usage examples for "someone" in Spanish
I am someone who supported the Constitutional Treaty and who still supports it.
I will refer to only one case, because it concerns someone I knew personally.
For someone to share control of your computer, you must give the person permission.
If someone is on a list for the wrong reasons, how can he be taken off the list?
Rigoberta Menchu is someone who appealed strongly to the indigenous population.
Being someone’ s guest does not give you the right to interfere in their business.
Every single one of us knows of someone who has suffered from this violence.
Every one of us is the potential victim of someone else's racist attitudes.
I have heard someone ask: ‘ But what has the Commission got to do with it?’
I even say this myself as someone who was initially in favour of a tighter timetable.
We do not care whether someone earns half a million more or less in the process.
You can't play a heart unless someone has played one in a previous trick.
When you're having a computer problem, sometimes you might want help from someone else.
If someone is working 40, 50, 60 or 80 hours a week, a fair wage basis must be applied.
When you're having a computer problem, you might want to get help from someone else.
However, with mental illness we so often turn away and hope that someone else will cope.
There is no point in waging a conflict of competence at someone else's expense.
Can someone explain it to me so that I can understand what is happening?
What's the difference between giving someone edit rights or view rights?
You can see someone's face and you don't miss the nuances of the conversation.
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