expresión grave translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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.
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.
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.
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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