"little in common" translation into Spanish

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"little in common" in Spanish

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Similar translations for "little in common" in Spanish

little noun
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little adjective
little adverb
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little pronoun
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in adjective
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in adverb
in preposition
in…
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In noun
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common noun
common adjective

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EnglishWe certainly hope so, but Lebanon has little in common with Ukraine or Georgia.
Así lo esperamos, sin duda, pero el Líbano no tiene mucho en común con Ucrania o Georgia.
EnglishGroups that had very little in common were joined together in a single federated state.
Grupos que tenían muy poco en común tuvieron que juntarse en un mismo Estado federado.
EnglishThey should hold their tongues and show a little more common sense!
¡Es preciso que rectifiquen y tengan más juicio en esas cabezas!
EnglishGroups that had very little in common were joined together in a single federated state.
Quiero advertir contra la tentación de depositar todas nuestras esperanzas en la influencia de Nigeria.
EnglishThis is particularly the case if one wants to make progress with partners with whom one has little in common.
Es este el caso si se desea avanzar con socios con quienes se tiene poco en común.
EnglishThis is particularly the case if one wants to make progress with partners with whom one has little in common.
No obstante, hay un área en que no se han alcanzado acuerdos: los derechos humanos.
EnglishBelarus has little in common with, say, Georgia.
Belarús tiene poco en común con, digamos, Georgia.
EnglishSyria is a Sunni and secular state, with relatively little in common, ideologically speaking, with Shiite fundamentalists.
Siria es un Estado sunita y laico, que tiene muy poco en común, desde un punto de vista ideológico, con el fundamentalismo chií.
EnglishMr President, the arrest warrant hearings have very little in common with extradition hearings that preceded the 2003 Act.
Señor Presidente, los juicios sobre órdenes de detención tienen muy poco que ver con los juicios sobre extradición anteriores a la Ley de 2003.
EnglishThis draft directive has far too little in common with the one currently under discussion in Luxembourg to warrant a fair comparison.
Este proyecto de directiva tiene muy poco en común con la que ahora se discute en Luxemburgo como para poder establecer una comparación con la misma.
EnglishMr Chávez's new Left-Wing doctrine is known as Christian Socialism but it has little in common with the social teachings of the Church.
La nueva doctrina de izquierdas del señor Chávez se conoce como socialismo cristiano, pero tiene poco en común con las enseñanzas sociales de la Iglesia.
EnglishI want to say at once that I have very little in common culturally with Jörg Haider in Austria or Mr Le Pen in France or, for that matter, with my own countryman, Mogens Camre in Denmark.
Lo diré en seguida: Tengo muy poco en común culturalmente con Jörg Haider en Austria o con Le Pen en Francia o en este caso con mi compatriota, Mogens Camre, en Dinamarca.

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