"cabezón" English translation

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"cabezón" in English

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cabezón {adjective}

volume_up
1. colloquial
cabezón (also: burro)
you're so pigheaded!
cabezón (also: cabeza dura, empecinado)
volume_up
thickheaded {adj.} (obstinate)
2. "vino"
3. Venezuela, colloquial

Context sentences for "cabezón" in English

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SpanishCabezón para intervenir a favor de la solicitud de devolución a comisión.
Mr Cabezón wishes to speak in favour of the request for referral back to committee.
SpanishCabezón, América Latina no es un concepto homogéneo.
As Mr Cabezón said, Latin America is not a homogenous concept.
SpanishCabezón Alonso para una cuestión relativa al Reglamento.
Mr Cabezón Alonso has the floor on a point of order.
SpanishCabezón Alonso, por el excelente trabajo que ha realizado.
I would particularly like to thank the rapporteur, Mr Cabezón Alonso, for his excellent work.
SpanishYo, querido Presidente, y para terminar, comparto algunas consideraciones -voy a mencionar tres de ellas- del informe Cabezón Alonso.
In conclusion, Mr President, I agree with some of the points set out in the Cabezón Alonso report, and I would like to mention three of them.
Spanish¡qué cabezón es!
Spanishun chico cabezón
Spanish¡eres un cabezón!
SpanishCabezón, se recojan muchas enmiendas que hemos propuesto.
The Group of the European People's Party is therefore pleased that many of our amendments to this effect have been included in Mr Cabezón's motion for a resolution.
SpanishCabezón-, hemos levantado nuestra voz cuantas veces ha sido necesario para condenar los efectos extraterritoriales de la Ley Helms-Burton.
In this same spirit, and as Mr Cabezón Alonso said a moment ago, we have spoken out as often as has been necessary to condemn the extraterritorial effects of the Helms-Burton Act.
SpanishCabezón, por su colaboración y felicitarle por el informe que hoy nos presenta.
Madam President, Madam Commissioner, ladies and gentlemen, I would like to start by thanking the rapporteur, Mr Cabezón, for his cooperation, and by congratulating him on his report.

Synonyms (Spanish) for "cabezón":

cabezón