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engranajes
La fuerza de los ventiladores, los globos, las pelotas y los engranajes hacen que este rote.
The force from fans, balloons, balls, and gears makes it rotate.
En este tema gratuito de Windows 7 encontrarás imponentes diseños abstractos que evocan el humo, engranajes, plumas y circuitos.
Dramatic abstract designs suggestive of smoke, gears, feathers, and circuits are featured in this free theme for Windows 7.
engranajes

Context sentences for "engranajes" in English

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SpanishCreo que es importante para engrasar los engranajes de nuestra práctica.
I think it is important to oil the wheels of our procedures.
Spanishlos engranajes de la actividad política se pusieron en marcha
the wheels of the political machine were set in motion
SpanishTambién es quien mantiene engrasados los engranajes de la industria con su suministro baratos de materias primas.
He is also the man who keeps the wheels of industry oiled with his cheap supplies of raw materials.
SpanishEste parece ser el lema de nuestros políticos, atrapados en los engranajes de los compromisos, llamados irreversibles, de la moneda única.
This seems to be the motto of our politicians, who are caught up in the spiral of their so-called irreversible commitments to the single currency.
SpanishNo obstante, algunos engranajes de este mecanismo no funcionaron y aún hoy muchas de las problemáticas abiertas por el Tratado de Maastricht siguen sobre la mesa.
Many of the cogs in this mechanism have not worked, however, and many of the issues opened up by the Treaty of Maastricht are still on the agenda today.
SpanishAspiramos a crear paulatinamente una entidad política con vocación federativa, accionada por diversos engranajes virtuosos puestos en marcha por instituciones que salvaguardan el interés común.
We aspire progressively to create a political entity of federal vocation, driven onward by the institutions which are guardians of the common interest, working ever more closely together.