"peliagudo" English translation

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"peliagudo" in English

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ES peliagudo
volume_up
{adjective masculine}

volume_up
tricky {adj.}
Evidentemente, para nosotros los socialdemócratas - permítanme ser franco al respecto - es un asunto peliagudo.
Obviously for us Social Democrats - let me be quite open about it - this is a tricky business.
Por supuesto, es una cuestión muy peliaguda.
This is, of course, a very tricky business.
La publicidad en los diferentes Estados miembros y, sobre todo, la publicidad transfronteriza a escala europea, es un asunto difícil y peliagudo.
Advertising in the individual Member States and, more to the point, cross-border advertising in Europe, is a difficult and tricky business nowadays.

Synonyms (Spanish) for "peliagudo":

peliagudo

Context sentences for "peliagudo" in English

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SpanishLa agricultura es un tema peliagudo y respeto la manera en que lo trata.
We all have to show a willingness to adapt, to change and to accommodate others ' interests.
SpanishLas diversas formas de acoso psicológico y violencia en el trabajo representan actualmente un problema particularmente peliagudo, que justifica una acción de carácter legislativo.»
The various forms of psychological harassment and violence at work likewise pose a special problem nowadays, requiring legislative action'.
SpanishLas diversas formas de acoso psicológico y violencia en el trabajo representan actualmente un problema particularmente peliagudo, que justifica una acción de carácter legislativo.»
I do not blame Commissioner Diamantopoulou herself, but it is clear there are high-level officials in DG-Employment that take a different view.
SpanishPara terminar con la cuestión de Turquía, quiero sacar el peliagudo tema que se está debatiendo en este momento en el Parlamento: el llamado «final abierto» de las negociaciones.
Finally in connection with Turkey, I should like to raise the sensitive issue which will be discussed presently in Parliament, namely the so-called open-endedness of the negotiations.