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implacablemente (also: despiadadamente, machaconamente)
implacablemente (also: a muerte)
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bitterly {adv.} (implacably)
implacablemente
implacablemente (also: sin piedad)
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remorselessly {adv.} (persecute, campaign, question)
implacablemente (also: despiadadamente)
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unsparingly {adv.} (criticize, judge)

Context sentences for "implacablemente" in English

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SpanishSi no estamos dispuestos a reducir las cuotas de captura de nuestra flota, implacablemente la naturaleza nos las reducirá.
If we are unwilling to limit the catching capacity of the fleet, nature will do it for us.
Spanish¡Es imperativo luchar implacablemente contra los filibusteros del mar, que consideran los océanos un vertedero!
. – I voted in favour of the Pex report, which is a major step forward in the fight to improve maritime safety.
Spanish¡Es imperativo luchar implacablemente contra los filibusteros del mar, que consideran los océanos un vertedero!
It is vital that we fight with determination against the hooligans of the sea who use the oceans as a rubbish dump!
SpanishEl bosque mediterráneo, cortina que mitiga ese fenómeno, resulta devastado implacablemente por los incendios.
Mediterranean woodlands, which act as a curtain, reducing the impact of this phenomenon, are being mercilessly destroyed by these fires.
SpanishPor último -como ya señalé en mi intervención sobre las subvenciones en el pasado Pleno-, la falta de tiempo ha afectado implacablemente a todo este procedimiento.
Finally - as I pointed out in my speech on grants during the last plenary session – lack of time has had a terrible effect on the whole of this procedure.
SpanishSin embargo, persigue implacablemente a los miembros de las demás comunidades religiosas, lo cual va en contra del derecho constitucional a la libertad de culto.
Members of other religious communities in the country, on the other hand, are liable to downright persecution, which is completely at odds with their constitutional right to freedom of religion.
SpanishSeñora Presidenta, la junta militar en Nigeria gobierna el país con las armas en la mano, arrestando y asesinando implacablemente a oponentes políticos y representantes de la sociedad civil.
Madam President, the military junta in Nigeria rules the country gun in hand and it arrests and murders political opponents and representatives of the civilian population without pity.