Translations & Examples
expand_more Es una lástima que la subida de los precios se atribuya sobre todo al comercio.
Es una lástima que no se haya incluido nada más en el campo de la agricultura.
Es una lástima que este paso tenga que llegar motivado por una crisis económica.
pity (also: affliction, grief, heartache, infliction, pain, penalty, punishment, shame, sorrow, sorrows)
expand_more Es una pena que no se haya consultado automáticamente antes al Parlamento.
Es una pena que el Parlamento no haya correspondido con una afluencia equivalente.
Qué pena que no hayamos visto esa misma determinación en lo relativo al empleo.
expand_more su corazón se llenó de piedad
Es fácil ver a niños maltratados, desaliñados a propósito para suscitar la piedad de los transeúntes y para conseguir una limosna.
expand_more Vemos a Dios tal y como siempre ha sido desde la eternidad, un Dios lleno de compasión, amor y poder.
aquellas imágenes los movían a compasión
Lo cual supone una ruptura radical con la antigua mentalidad que consideraba a los discapacitados como personas dignas de caridad y compasión.
Context sentences for "pity" in Spanish
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EnglishIt is a pity that this debate has been divorced from the other debates on jobs.
EnglishIt is a pity that the United States has felt unable to take part in the agreement.
EnglishIt is a real pity that we were unable to reach agreement in relation to clones.
EnglishMr President, ladies and gentlemen, it is a pity that Mr Stevenson is not here.
EnglishIt is a pity that Bulgaria and Romania may now suffer the consequences of this.
EnglishIt is a pity that Parliament was not consulted in advance as a matter of course.
EnglishIt would be a pity if the Council fails to fulfil such a fundamental request.
EnglishThe lot of the majority will be decided by the minority, and that is a great pity.
EnglishIt is a pity that the higher prices are attributable above all to trade.
EnglishIt is a pity that we still do not have a concrete legislative proposal on the table.
EnglishIt is also a pity for the Union, and a pity for the citizens of Europe.
EnglishIt is a pity that more did not come out of it in the area of agriculture.
EnglishIt is a pity, therefore, that we are discussing it before an almost empty House.
EnglishIt is a pity that it could not have been far more explicit in that statement.
EnglishIt is a pity that Mr Goodwill did not read our amendments more carefully.
EnglishMr President, it would undoubtedly be a great pity to lose part of the question.
EnglishThe overall strategy is good, but it is a pity it has been weakened unnecessarily.
EnglishIt is a pity that Parliament could not reciprocate with an equivalent level of attendance.
EnglishThat is a pity, but it can be put right if Amendment No 4 is adopted.
EnglishWhat a pity that same firm determination was not there on employment.
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