EN siding
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1. general

siding

2. "beside main track"

siding
In Luxembourg, it was shunted into a siding.
En Luxemburgo se la ha dejado aparcada en una vía muerta.
If Brussels had actually been building railway stations, for example, instead of constitutional castles in the air, the European Union would not have been shunted into the sidings.
Si Bruselas hubiera construido estaciones de tren, por ejemplo, en lugar de los castillos de naipes constitucionales, hoy la Unión Europea no se encontraría en la vía muerta.

3. "access to mine, quarry"

4. "for building", American English

Synonyms (English) for "siding":

siding
side

Context sentences for "siding" in Spanish

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EnglishObviously, Nepal is siding with China, under pressure.
Obviamente, Nepal está de parte de China, bajo su presión.
EnglishSome would say that this is just the committee siding with the Court against the Commission.
Algunos dirán que se trata simplemente de que la comisión se pone de parte del Tribunal de Cuentas y contra la Comisión.
EnglishI'm siding with you on this one
EnglishI did, nevertheless, vote in favour of this report, but only to avoid siding with the opponents of a more integrated Europe with greater solidarity.
Si a pesar de todo he votado a favor del informe, ha sido por no unir mi voz a la de quienes se oponen a una Europa más integrada y solidaria.
EnglishIndeed, they were targeted because Hamas believes that closing those points fulfils their goal of increasing the suffering, and of people siding with Hamas.
Y fueron atacados porque Hamás piensa que con el cierre de estos pasos conseguirá su propósito de aumentar el sufrimiento y el número de sus adeptos.
EnglishIt presents the facts in some detail but without ever pronouncing judgment and so avoids the pitfall of siding with one or other of the protagonists.
Presenta los hechos con cierto grado de detalle, pero sin pronunciar ningún juicio de valor, y evita así el escollo de tomar partido por uno u otro de los protagonistas.

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