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to win out (also: to bear away, to bring in, to get, to pick up, to pull, to pull down, to pull in, to scoop, to capture, to deliver)
expand_more ¿Va a ganar en el Consejo la idea de tratar de detener la construcción europea con la filosofía?
¿Va a ganar en el Consejo la idea de tratar de detener la construcción europea con la filosofía ?
Estamos convencidos de que las empresas suecas tienen mucho que ganar a largo plazo poniéndose a la vanguardia de la adaptación medioambiental.
Context sentences for "to win out" in Spanish
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EnglishWe can, all the same, acknowledge that safety will win out here.
EnglishLet us all work together to ensure that the parliament of the street does not win out.
EnglishConsequently, we reject this proposal for a directive which seeks to win our votes out of confusion.
EnglishWe cannot allow that in the course of accession, economic interests should win out over human rights.
EnglishThe current US administration will not last forever and I believe that our friendship will win out in the end.
Englishthe team set out to win the gold medal
EnglishWe therefore hope that the criteria which Commissioner Fischler has expressed today turn out to be those which win out.
EnglishIs the idea of trying to slow down European integration with the philosophy ‘ with less budget, less Europe’ going to win out in the Council?
EnglishIs the idea of trying to slow down European integration with the philosophy ‘with less budget, less Europe’ going to win out in the Council?
EnglishDuring the Summit it seemed as if the Netherlands was only out to win a kind of football match against Belgium.
Englishthe team went all out to win
EnglishThe European elections have shown us that we really have our work cut out to win the minds of ordinary people for Europe.
EnglishWe are convinced that, in the long term, Swedish companies will win out by being well ahead in adapting to environmental demands.
EnglishThis brings me nicely to another point in which I hope content will win out over the fine words, and that is the environmental audit.
Englishto win out over sb
EnglishI hope that good common sense will win out and that the Stability and Growth Pact will remain; and, if any changes are made to it, at least let us direct them in a favourable direction.
EnglishAnd we see that those who have not done sometimes win out, even with a monopoly, as long as the others are buying up, until the old public monopoly has been replaced by a private monopoly.
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