expropiar translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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expropiar

  
      vt  
  [+casa, terreno]  
  (sin indemnización)    to expropriate  ,   (con indemnización)    to place a compulsory purchase order on
  [+vehículo]  
to commandeer
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
expropiar vt.
expropriate
[BIZ]

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'expropiar' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
v.
1) condenar (vt), 2) expropiar (vt)
[BIZ]
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"expropiar": examples and translations in context
También esta prohibido expropiar o patentar plantas o semillas. It is also prohibited to expropriate or patent the extract or plants or seeds.
Desde 1964 la Administración ha intentado sin éxito expropiar dicho recinto en seis ocasiones. Six attempts to expropriate the site since 1964 have come to nothing because of the administration's failure to carry them through.
No se trata de expropiar sino de distribuir equitativamente las tierras. That was not expropriation but, rather, equitable distribution of land.
Las autoridades israelíes ya han autorizado nueve nuevos asentamientos y la ampliación de los existentes, lo que requiere expropiar 35 hectáreas y arrancar 1.800 manzanos y cerezos en el pueblo de Mas'adah, que ha sido declarado zona militar81. Israeli authorities already have authorized nine new settlements and the expansion of existing ones, requiring the expropriation of 35 hectares of land and the uprooting of 1,800 apple and cherry trees in Mas'adah village, which has been declared a military zone.
Sólo se podrán expropiar bienes por los motivos de utilidad pública previstos en la legislación, previo pago de una indemnización justa. No one shall be expropriated, except on grounds of public utility, established according to the law, against just compensation paid in advance.
-Nos van a expropiar, van a tirar todo. - It's going to be expropriated.
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