"congregar" English translation

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"congregar" in English

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[congregando|congregado] {verb}

Somos nosotros tres los que tenemos que llegar a un acuerdo; no empecemos a soñar con congregar no sé a cuántos países para un programa.
It is we three who need to reach an agreement; let us not start dreaming about rallying I know not how many countries around a programme.

Context sentences for "congregar" in English

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Spanishdivina de « congregar de todas las partes » a los miembros del pueblo herido: «
will to "gather from all sides" the members of his scattered people.
Spanishsalvación y, con su fuerza, congregar a los fieles (cf. Rom 10,17) (47).
preach the word of salvation and gather together through its power the community of believers (cf. Rom 10:17).
SpanishLa UE debe congregar a todos los Estados miembros con el objeto de instaurar sistemas nacionales integrados para aplicar el plan.
The EU has to bring all the Member States together to put in place integrated national systems for implementing the plan.
SpanishSomos nosotros tres los que tenemos que llegar a un acuerdo; no empecemos a soñar con congregar no sé a cuántos países para un programa.
It is we three who need to reach an agreement; let us not start dreaming about rallying I know not how many countries around a programme.
SpanishPero esto no le impide a la oposición birmana congregar a miles de manifestantes delante de la verja de la residencia vigilada de la Sra.
Yet that is not preventing the Burmese opposition from gathering in thousands outside the barred gates of the building where Mrs Suu Kyi lives under house arrest.
Spanish   Señor Presidente, nunca he despreciado de forma deliberada la oportunidad de dirigirme a tantas personas, cuyo número es ligeramente superior al de la muchedumbre que suelo congregar.
   . Mr President, I have never knowingly turned down the opportunity of addressing this many people – a number slightly higher than the crowd I normally draw!