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to beam [beamed|beamed] {verb}

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Context sentences for "to beam" in Spanish

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EnglishIt is always more difficult to see the beam in our own eye than the splinter in someone else's eye.
Siempre es más difícil ver la viga en el propio ojo que la paja en ojo ajeno.
EnglishThat is like seeing the mote in one’s brother’s eye without noticing the beam in one’s own.
Es como ver la paja en el ojo ajeno sin ver la viga en el propio.
EnglishI think that we should first look for the beam in our own eye.
Pienso que primero deberíamos buscar la viga en nuestro propio ojo antes que en el ajeno.
English‘You see the mote in your brother’s eye, but you do not see the beam in your own eye’.
«Veis la paja en el ojo ajeno y no la viga en el propio.»
Englishto see the mote in one's neighbor's eye and not the beam in one's own
ver la paja en el ojo ajeno y no la viga en el propio
EnglishHaving said that, I would first look for the beam in our own eye and put our own house in order.
Y dicho esto, yo intentaría buscar primero la viga en nuestro propio ojo y poner orden en nuestra casa.
EnglishAnother case of the proverb of the beam and the mote.
Se trata una vez más de la alegoría de la paja y la viga.
Englishher predictions were right on the beam
sus predicciones resultaron totalmente acertadas
EnglishI'm always banging my head on that beam
siempre me doy con la cabeza contra esa viga
Englishthe posts keep the beam in position
los postes mantienen la viga en posición
Englishthe beam pulsed twice a second
el rayo emitía dos pulsaciones por segundo
Englishhe was pinned down by a fallen beam
Englishhe caught his head on the beam
Englishyou're right on the beam!
Englishto be broad in the beam
Englishto be broad in the beam
Englishmarker radio beam
Englishshe's very broad in the beam
Englishneedle beam scaffold
Englishneedle beam scaffold