ES anillo
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{masculine}

1. general

anillo (also: argolla, aro, pista, anilla)
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ring {noun}
Un principio fundamental del «anillo de amigos» consiste en forjar la responsabilización común.
A key principle of the 'Ring of Friends' is forging joint ownership.
Hay un anillo de amigos en el que Marruecos y Rusia recibirán el mismo trato.
There is a ring of friends in which Morocco and Russia will be treated on the same terms, in the same way.
Se debe involucrar al anillo báltico en el programa.
The Baltic Ring must be involved in the programme.
anillo (also: aro, toca)
anillo (also: rodete, serpentín, DIU)
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coil {noun}
anillo (also: agarradero, oreja)
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lug {noun}
anillo
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band {noun} (on finger)
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inner {noun} (in archery)
anillo

2. "de una columna"

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annulet {noun} [idiom]

3. botany

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Context sentences for "anillo" in English

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SpanishEs un proverbio que va como anillo al dedo a la Comisión y al Comisario Mandelson.
This is a proverb that applies very well to the Commission and to Commissioner Mandelson.
SpanishSu papel más reciente, como Busca talentos artística, combina sus diferentes pasiones y le viene como anillo al dedo.
Her newest role, as Artistic Talent Scout, combines her many passions into one perfect
Spanishuna copa de jerez: esto viene como anillo al dedo
a glass of sherry: that's just the ticket!
Spanishesa fecha me viene como anillo al dedo
Spanishesa fecha me viene como anillo al dedo
SpanishEso crearía un segundo anillo multilateral de países con los que mantenemos estrechas relaciones, pero para los que la adhesión no es la única opción.
Secondly, how can this be arranged so that it is commensurate with the interests and capacities of the European Union?
SpanishEs sencillo, claro y, como se suele decir, "le va como anillo al dedo".
Mr President, firstly, I would like to compliment the person who came up with the title 'SOLVIT': it is simple, it is clear and, as they say, 'it does exactly what it says on the tin'.