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expresión grave nf.
solemn expression

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
for want of a better way of putting it
an obsolete expression
in the time-honoured {o} -honored phrase
his expression revealed {o} showed contempt
you could see the worry in her face
she wore a worried expression (on her face)
deep voice
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1    (=acto)   expression  
esta expresión de nuestro agradecimiento      this expression of our gratitude  
han recibido expresiones de solidaridad      they have received messages o expressions of solidarity  
  expresión corporal   self-expression through movement
2      (Ling)   expression  
la expresión es poco clara      the expression is not very clear  
  expresión familiar   colloquialism, conversational o colloquial expression
3    expresiones  
arcaico   (=saludos)   greetings, regards
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"expresión grave": examples and translations in context
Sea como fuere, las Naciones Unidas tienen que decidir qué significan el apartado 13 y la expresión «graves consecuencias». Whatever is the case, the UN has to decide what it means by Paragraph 13 and by serious consequences.
Esperamos que el Gobierno ruso responda a esta resolución, que constituye una expresión unánime de grave preocupación, aunque sea amistosa. We expect the Russian Government to react to this resolution, which is a unanimous expression of serious but friendly concern.
Se puso en duda el significado de la expresión "falta grave", que podía implicar una referencia a la culpa. The meaning of the expression "serious misconduct", which could imply a reference to negligence, was queried.
La libertad de expresión continuaba sometida a graves limitaciones. Freedom of expression remained severely limited.
La expresión falta grave alude a incumplimientos de las exigencias de información por un agente informador tales como la presentación intencionada de información incorrecta o una diligencia o cooperación manifiestamente insuficientes. The term 'serious misconduct' refers to infringements of reporting requirements by reporting agents such as intentional incorrect reporting and/or a manifestly insufficient degree of diligence or cooperation.
¿Podría definir claramente la Comisión lo que implica la expresión «graves alteraciones en su mercado de trabajo»? Could the Commission provide a clear definition as to what the term 'severe disturbances in labour markets' implies?
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