Translations & Examples
Aunque algunos de los manifestantes lanzaran bengalas, eso no debe ponernos en contra de todos los trabajadores portuarios.
Context sentences for "flare" in Spanish
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EnglishWe must avoid conflicts, conflicts that become militarised or that flare up again.
EnglishIn the Middle East the frustrations will flare up higher than ever.
EnglishIncidents flare up along the blue line blue from time to time but have been relatively minor so far.
EnglishWhenever we talk about the consumer, emotions flare up.
EnglishIn addition, several antiviral agents are available for use both for therapy and for preventing a flare-up.
EnglishMoreover, we are increasingly being confronted by refugee crises on a massive scale which flare up quickly.
EnglishTensions between Ethiopia and Eritrea over disputed territory are still likely to flare up at any moment.
EnglishAmong pregnant women with herpes, nearly 75% can expect at least one flare-up during their pregnancy.
EnglishThe public is aware of these issues and the debates about safety flare up at regular intervals.
EnglishMadam President, indeed once again there has been a flare-up of the situation in East Timor, in relation to Indonesia.
EnglishIf the parliamentary elections in December do not proceed in a fair manner then the unrest will undoubtedly flare up again.
EnglishOne really wonders if it might not be best to detain all the leading activists who constantly cause this war to flare up again.
Englishto flare out on sb
Englisha jacket with a flare
Englishto flare up at sb
EnglishEvery time drugs are discussed in the European Union, tempers flare - this time between France and the Netherlands.
EnglishThe border is the front line, not the internationally recognized frontier, and it would take a single spark to cause the fighting to flare up again.
Englishto flare up
EnglishFor one thing, the cause of the dispute between Russia and Ukraine has not been uncovered and resolved, and thus could flare up again at any time.
EnglishMadam President, in Monrovia, a week after the sudden flare-up of violence, the capital presents a scene of desolation that grows worse day by day.