"vecino" English translation

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"vecino" in English

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1. general

vecino (also: prójimo, vecina)
Apoyamos los procesos democráticos y económicos de nuestro vecino oriental.
We support democratic and economic processes in our eastern neighbour.
Es un vecino de Letonia, de Lituania y de Polonia, esto es, de la UE ampliada.
It is a neighbour of Latvia, Lithuania and Poland, of the enlarged EU.
Tener a la Rusia de hoy por vecino no tendría que considerarse una amenaza.
Having today's Russia as a neighbour should not be considered a threat.
vecino (also: vecina)
disputa con su vecino por la posesión del terreno
she is in dispute with her neighbor over ownership of the land
disputa con su vecino por la posesión del terreno
she is disputing the ownership of the land with her neighbor
he caught her in flagrante with their neighbor
vecino (also: vecina)
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resident {noun} (of district)
¡Esto no es una comunidad de vecinos, es un parlamento!
This is not a residents' association, this is Parliament!
Frente a ese plan se han levantado los vecinos.
The local residents have protested against this plan.
(ES) Señor Presidente, me uno, lógicamente, a las palabras de solidaridad con los vecinos de Lorca.
(ES) Mr President, I, too, of course, would like to add my support for the residents of Lorca.
vecino (also: vecina)
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resident {noun} (of building)
¡Esto no es una comunidad de vecinos, es un parlamento!
This is not a residents' association, this is Parliament!
Frente a ese plan se han levantado los vecinos.
The local residents have protested against this plan.
(ES) Señor Presidente, me uno, lógicamente, a las palabras de solidaridad con los vecinos de Lorca.
(ES) Mr President, I, too, of course, would like to add my support for the residents of Lorca.

2. "de una población, un municipio"

vecino (also: morador, habitante)
   – Señor Presidente, tengo un especial interés en esta cuestión, ya que vivo en una isla vecina del Reino Unido.
   Mr President, I have a particular interest in this issue because I happen to be an inhabitant of a neighbouring island of the UK.
Las regiones fronterizas cuyos habitantes no hablan la lengua de sus vecinos no pueden aprovechar a fondo las posibilidades que ofrece el mercado interior.
Frontier regions where the inhabitants do not understand their neighbour's language cannot fully experience the single market at local level.
En una parte de esos países los habitantes hablan en su gran mayoría una lengua que es idéntica o muy parecida a la del país vecino.
In part of the country, a large majority of the inhabitants speak a language which is the same as, or related to, that in the neighbouring country.

Context sentences for "vecino" in English

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SpanishEse país no es otro que Macedonia, a la cual el país vecino le niega su nombre.
This is none other than the country of Macedonia, whose neighbours are refusing it its name.
Spanish¿Acaso hay algo más importante que conocer al vecino, su cultura y su lengua?
What could be more important than knowing our neighbours, their culture and their language?
SpanishPrecisamente en el Egeo existen, como se sabe, problemas con un Estado vecino de Grecia.
In the Aegean, as we all know, there are repeated problems with one of Greece's neighbours.
SpanishAhora bien, la situación de nuestras relaciones con nuestro vecino ruso es hoy insatisfactoria.
Admittedly, the state of our relations is not satisfactory at the moment.
SpanishEs esencial mantener nuestra casa en orden antes de decir al vecino lo que tiene que hacer.
It is absolutely essential that we put our own house in order before we tell others what to do.
SpanishY entre ellos se encuentra un vecino de mi circunscripción londinense, Feroz Abbassi.
One of my London constituents, Feroz Abbasi, is among them.
SpanishNo queremos que ningún país vecino nuestro se aísle por voluntad propia o de su régimen.
We do not want any country on our borders to be isolated by its own will, or by the will of its regime.
SpanishY Belarús ya ha sido vecino de la UE durante medio año.
It has already been said that our policy on Belarus must be reconsidered.
SpanishComo futuro país vecino de la Unión Europea, Moldova es muy importante para nosotros.
The Union has still not carried out its own investigations into changes in access to human rights in China.
SpanishÁfrica está a las mismas puertas de Europa: es nuestro vecino más próximo.
Africa is Europe’ s backyard: our near neighbourhood.
SpanishSin embargo, Belarús es nuestro vecino, y no podemos abandonar al pueblo bielorruso a su suerte.
Many people who have called the regime into question have disappeared in mysterious circumstances.
SpanishÁfrica está a las mismas puertas de Europa: es nuestro vecino más próximo.
Africa is Europe’s backyard: our near neighbourhood.
SpanishLa ayuda práctica al vecino es el modo más obvio de hacerlo.
Practical neighbourly help is the most obvious way of doing this.
SpanishMe gustaría mucho que usted, como vecino de los Balcanes, pudiera ayudar a impulsar este proceso.
I would be very pleased if you, as a country bordering the Balkans, could help to move this forward.
SpanishTodo el mundo puede calcular el papel geoestratégico del Pakistán, vecino de Afganistán y de la India.
We are all aware of Pakistan’s geostrategic role, bordering as it does on Afghanistan and India.
Spanishlas manzanas siempre parecen mejores en el huerto del vecino
the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence
SpanishA partir de 2004 la Unión Europea será vecino directo de Rusia, Belarús, Ucrania y Moldova.
Cultures are constantly subject to a changing and moving process and this dynamism is an impulse for human progress.
Spanish¿Confiscar miles de hectáreas de su vecino más próximo?
To confiscate thousands of hectares from your neighbours?
SpanishEn nombre del porvenir cercano y de las buenas relaciones con el vecino, ahora mismo preferimos decir no.
In the name of the near future and of good relations with our neighbours, we would prefer to say no now.
SpanishPor supuesto que es una vergüenza que nuestro vecino más cercano en Europa sea una dictadura comunista.
This means that Lukashenko can remain where he is, while his people become ever poorer and ever more isolated.