Translations & Examples
Ahora quiero ser controvertido y lo digo porque no estoy de acuerdo con que lo único que debemos hacer es ampliar el gasto y acumular enormes sumas en el plazo de cuatro o cinco años.
to push back
hacer retroceder [ex.]
to push back
echar hacia atrás [ex.]
echar hacia atrás
Context sentences for "to push back" in Spanish
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EnglishSo, ladies and gentlemen, let us mobilize to push back these walls of shame.
EnglishThe European Union must not push the problem back outside its borders.
EnglishThe SNCF is just beginning to climb out of the abyss, and this is certainly no time to push it back down again.
EnglishDoes the Commission agree with me that the reference to this regulation 2408/92 is not enough to push back aircraft noise?
EnglishDoes the Commission agree with me that the reference to this regulation 2408/ 92 is not enough to push back aircraft noise?
EnglishTurn off your computer, remove all connectors from the outside of your computer, and then carefully push the connectors back in.
EnglishI tried to push it to the back of my mind
English. - Milk quotas need to be cut by between 5 to 10 per cent in order to push prices back up to a sustainable level.
Englishdon't push at the back there!
EnglishIt recommends what it has the cheek to call active ageing, in other words to make people work longer and to push back the age of retirement.
EnglishI know there is a derogation for Member States to push this back for five years in this area, and I hope they will not use that.
EnglishAgain, the solution is to push powers down back to national authorities which have genuine affinity and allegiance from their voters.
Englishto push back
EnglishNow, after the failure of the climate summit in Copenhagen, Europe is unilaterally making a desperate attempt to push back the use of fossil fuels.
EnglishThat is why, while welcoming the efforts of Mr Cercas and of the Socialist Group in the European Parliament to push back the ultraliberalism with which the directive is stamped, I have abstained.
EnglishNow, I want to be controversial and I am spelling out that word, because I do not agree that all we should do is push back the spending and get an enormous lump in four or five years time.
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