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embrollar [embrollando|embrollado] {verb}

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No hagamos un embrollo de competencias que complique más la comprensión de nuestra acción por los ciudadanos europeos.
Let us not produce some tangled web of additional competences that would further complicate the European public’s understanding of our actions.
embrollar (also: enredar)
embrollar (also: tergiversar)

Context sentences for "embrollar" in English

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SpanishLos efectos del mercado único no han hecho más que embrollar la cuestión.
The effect of the single market has been to confuse the issue.
Spanishembrollar a algn en algo
Spanishembrollar a algn en algo
Spanishembrollar el asunto
Spanish(EN) Señor Presidente, quiero empezar diciendo a la señora Sinnott que es embrollar el asunto plantear cuestiones como esa, que no tienen nada que ver con lo que estamos debatiendo hoy aquí.
Mr President, I wish to begin by saying to Mrs Sinnott that it is clouding the issue to raise points like that, which are entirely separate from what we are discussing here today.