ES esquivo
volume_up
{adjective masculine}

esquivo (also: esquiva, apartado)
volume_up
aloof {adj.}
esquivo (also: escurridizo, esquiva, huidizo)
El programa de la Comisión de una "mejor regulación y simplificación" parece tan esquivo como el Santo Grial.
The Commission's 'better regulation and simplification' agenda seems to be as elusive as the Holy Grail.
Hemos demostrado que, actuando de forma conjunta y decisiva, podemos elaborar un Tratado que ha demostrado ser esquivo durante mucho tiempo.
We have just shown that we can, by decisive joint action, agree on a treaty that has proven elusive for a very long time.
Así pues, un documento inexistente de contenido esquivo, presentado en una conferencia de prensa artificial, desembocó en la extensión de la red de seguridad.
So, a non-existent paper with elusive content, presented at an artificial press conference, has led to an expansion of the safety net.
esquivo (also: escurridizo, evasivo, esquiva, huidizo)
se mostró esquivo ante los periodistas
he was very evasive with the journalists
A estas cuestiones y a estas propuestas, el informe que se nos presenta hoy solo responde de forma esquiva.
The report submitted to us today is no more than evasive in its response to these questions and proposals.
Señor Presidente, el señor Presidente en ejercicio del Consejo está dando unas respuestas tan enfáticas, cautas, esquivas, tacañas e insulsas como ésta, que es inadmisible.
Mr President, it is unacceptable that the President-in-Office of the Council is giving such emphatic, cautious, evasive, mean and insipid replies as this one.

Context sentences for "esquivo" in English

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Spanishesquivó la pregunta con gran habilidad
he evaded the question with some pretty fancy footwork
Spanishel éxito le era esquivo