"there's nothing to worry about" translation into Spanish

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"there's nothing to worry about" in Spanish

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Context sentences for "there's nothing to worry about" in Spanish

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EnglishOf course, the positive list does not mean that we have nothing to worry about.
Por supuesto, la lista positiva no significa que no tengamos nada de que preocuparnos.
EnglishOn the whole there is probably nothing to worry about, although perhaps there is one exception.
Probablemente no haya nada de lo que preocuparse en general pero quizás haya una excepción.
EnglishAnyway, they obviously have nothing to worry about.
Y en cualquier caso, es obvio que no tienen de que preocuparse.
EnglishSome young people think that there is nothing to worry about: you take some antibiotics and it goes away.
Algunos jóvenes creen que no hay nada de que preocuparse: te tomas unos antibióticos y todo solucionado.
EnglishProduction is doing fine and Europe has nothing to worry about.
En Europa va bien y resulta encomiable.
EnglishIf Mr Ortuondo, as a nationalist, is not involved in that type of nationalism, then he has nothing to worry about.
Si el Sr. Ortuondo, como nacionalista, no forma parte de este tipo de nacionalismos no tiene por qué preocuparse.
EnglishThis can make the perpetrators of human rights violations simply feel that they have nothing to worry about.
Esto puede ocasionar que los autores de violaciones de derechos humanos piensen que no tienen nada de lo que preocuparse.
Englishyou've nothing to worry about there
en ese sentido no tienes por qué preocuparte
EnglishIn short, there is nothing to worry about.
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EnglishFinally, on the Charter of Fundamental Rights, Mr President, you and I heard a UK minister putting forward the view that there was nothing to worry about.
Por último, señor Presidente, sobre la Carta de los Derechos Fundamentales, usted y yo hemos oído a un Ministro británico expresar la opinión de que no había por qué preocuparse.