"apartarse" English translation

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"apartarse" in English

ES apartarse
volume_up
{verb}

apartarse (also: echarse a un lado)
apartarse (also: alejarse)
volume_up
to stand back {vb} (move away)
to stand back from sth
apartarse (also: hacerse a un lado)
volume_up
to step aside {vb} (move aside)
apartarse (also: alejarse)
volume_up
to stray {v.i.} (wander away)
to stray from the path of righteousness
apartarse (also: apartar)
Sería debilitar las bases de la competitividad futura de la Unión, apartarse de la Europa de la excelencia, y sería también alejar a los ciudadanos de la Unión Europea y de sus políticas.
To do so would be to weaken the bases of the EU’s future competitiveness and to turn away from a Europe of excellence.
apartarse (also: desviarse)
volume_up
to vary {v.i.} (diverge)

Context sentences for "apartarse" in English

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SpanishLos políticos responsables tienen que apartarse de soluciones demasiado apresuradas.
The responsible politicians need to distance themselves from over-hasty solutions.
SpanishSin embargo, quizás la UE también desee apartarse de sus normas de derechos humanos.
However, perhaps the EU also wants to deviate from its human rights standards.
SpanishAlgunas industrias pueden apartarse de las subastas de asignaciones de CO2.
Certain industries can derogate from the auctioning of CO2 allowances.
SpanishLas dificultades coyunturales tampoco deben servir de excusa para apartarse de los mismos.
Not even downturns in economic activity may be misused to soften it.
SpanishLa Comisión no puede ni quiere apartarse de este principio.
The Commission cannot depart from this principle and does not want to do so.
SpanishLa Unión Europea corre el riesgo real de apartarse de lo que los ciudadanos de Europa quieren.
The European Union is in real danger of moving way ahead of what the people of Europe want.
SpanishCualquier forma de impuesto europeo supondría apartarse de este principio.
Any form of EU tax would be a departure from this principle.
SpanishTodo tiene que apartarse para dejar paso a un euro fuerte y si es preciso al Tratado de Amsterdam.
Everything has to be sacrificed for the hard euro, even the Amsterdam treaty if necessary.
SpanishNuestra determinación en ningún caso debe apartarse de la prudencia responsable.
However, our determination should, under no circumstances, fail to go hand in hand with responsible prudence.
SpanishEs importante que siga siendo simple, apartarse del desacoplamiento parcial y reducir el papeleo.
It is important to keep it simple, to keep away from partial decoupling and to cut red tape.
SpanishSegunda: la Comisión se plantea apartarse algo de la política de fomento de la pequeña y mediana empresa.
Secondly, the Commission is considering taking more of a back-seat role in supporting SMEs.
SpanishCualquier forma de impuesto europeo supondría apartarse de este principio.
Our basic view is that it must be for the Member States to decide what resources the Union has at its disposal.
SpanishNingún país ha podido apartarse de esta línea política.
No individual country has been able to deviate from this policy.
SpanishEspero que no haga mal uso de sentencias del Tribunal de Justicia para apartarse de tales acuerdos.
I do not expect it to abuse judgements from the Court of Justice in order to withdraw from these agreements.
SpanishEl ajuste político no puede apartarse del contenido inequívoco de la decisión del Tribunal de Justicia.
The political adjustment cannot go in a different direction to the clear contents of the Court decision.
SpanishLamento también la decisión de los Estados Unidos de apartarse tan a la ligera del Tratado sobre los misiles antibalísticos.
I regretted, too, America's decision to resile so lightly from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty.
SpanishNo obstante, muchas cosas son más sencillas de soportar, si la gente tiene un lugar donde refugiarse o una oportunidad de apartarse.
Many things are easier to bear, however, if people have a haven, or a chance to withdraw.
SpanishNo obstante, muchas cosas son más sencillas de soportar, si la gente tiene un lugar donde refugiarse o una oportunidad de apartarse.
One thing is certain: social changes are also needed in order to prevent these illnesses.
SpanishLe estaría muy agradecido si intentara apartarse de las observaciones que ha preparado y quisiera tratar estos temas:
I would be most grateful if she would try to depart from her prepared remarks and deal with these issues.
SpanishApartarse de este principio sienta un peligroso precedente que llevaría a criminalizar a grupos étnicos enteros.
To depart from this principle sets a dangerous precedent that will lead to the criminalisation of entire ethnic groups.