EN mince
volume_up
{noun}

1. general

mince (also: minced meat:)

2. British English

mince (also: hamburger)
volume_up
carne picada {f} [Spa.]
The various amendments on mince add to surveillance and traceability in the way we propose.
Las distintas enmiendas sobre la carne picada añaden seguimiento y rastreabilidad tal y como proponemos nosotros.
I am still confused about the situation in relation to mince.
Sigo aún confundida respecto a la situación de la carne picada.
But people are not animals and it is a crime to treat them like minced meat.
Pero los ciudadanos no son animales y es un crimen tratarlos como si fueran carne picada.

Synonyms (English) for "mince":

mince

Context sentences for "mince" in Spanish

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EnglishIn Agenda 2000, the Commission does not mince words in denouncing the behaviour of Slovakia.
La Comisión, en su Agenda 2000, no mide sus palabras para condenar el comportamiento de Eslovaquia.
EnglishOur group has two points of view on this subject, and I do not propose to mince my words in setting them out.
Nuestro Grupo tiene dos puntos de vista al respecto y los voy a explicar sin rodeos.
EnglishAnd so what is the Council trying to prove by adopting this - let us not mince words - incomprehensible position?
¿Qué quiere demostrar el Consejo con esta posición -admitámoslo- incomprensible?
EnglishA text which, let us not mince words, had little to do with the socially aware Europe to which we all aspire.
He reflexionado mucho y he sido incapaz de identificarme con ninguna.
EnglishNext on the cards - and here too Mr Weaver did not mince his words - will come genetic manipulation.
A continuación, vendrá el tema de la manipulación genética, lo que tampoco ocultó en absoluto el Sr. Weaver.
EnglishThat means that the EU, in its relations with Turkey, must not mince its words, but must also be fair.
Esto significa que la UE, en sus relaciones con Turquía, no debe medir sus palabras, sino que debe ser justa.
EnglishI have to admit that our rapporteur, the German Christian Democrat Elmar Brok, does not mince his words.
Debo reconocer que el Sr. ponente, el cristiano demócrata alemán Sr. Elmar Brok, no tiene pelos en la lengua.
EnglishLet me turn to the subject of energy, which is something else that I do not want to mince my words about.
Permítanme abordar el tema de la energía, que es otra cuestión para la que no voy a tener pelos en la lengua.
English(EL) I have to admit that our rapporteur, the German Christian Democrat Elmar Brok, does not mince his words.
Debo reconocer que el Sr. ponente, el cristiano demócrata alemán Sr. Elmar Brok, no tiene pelos en la lengua.
EnglishAs Mrs Jackson said, most chicken mince ends up in burgers or in Chinese ready meals of one sort or another.
Jackson, la mayoría de la carne de pollo acaba en hamburguesas o en comidas preparadas chinas de uno u otro tipo.
EnglishI do not propose to mince words about that either.
Tampoco pretendo andarme con rodeos sobre ello.
EnglishA text which, let us not mince words, had little to do with the socially aware Europe to which we all aspire.
Un texto que, digámoslo francamente, no tenía mucho que ver con la Europa con conciencia social a que todos aspiramos.
Englishnot to mince matters, he's incompetent
al pan, pan y al vino, vino: es un incompetente
EnglishMr President, let us not mince our words.
Señor Presidente, hablemos sin rodeos.
EnglishYour House's draft resolution does not mince its words in naming the main problems that underlie that state of affairs.
El proyecto de resolución de su Asamblea no se anda con rodeos a la hora de señalar los principales problemas subyacentes a esta situación.
EnglishWe did not mince our words.
EnglishI will not mince my words here.
EnglishLet us not mince our words.
EnglishLet us not mince our words.
Englishhe doesn't mince his words