lastre translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1      (Náut, Téc)   ballast  
en lastre        (Náut)   in ballast  
2    (=inconveniente)   burden
3    (=sentido común)   good sense, good judgment
4      (Cono Sur)  
**   (=comida)   grub *  , chow   (EEUU)   **  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
en lastre exp.
in ballast

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"lastre": examples and translations in context
No podemos permitirnos vernos abrumados por este lastre ideológico. We cannot afford to keep on being weighed down by this ideological ballast.
Compensaremos el lastre hasta volver a puerto. We'll compensate with seawater ballast till we get back to port.
Estos países asumen ya el lastre de capacitar al personal en una lengua extranjera. These countries already have the burden of training personnel in one foreign language.
El lastre específico que arrastran ahora los países occidentales es la guerra librada en Yugoslavia. The particular burden that the West bears now is the war against Yugoslavia.
Si alguien es un lastre, ellos van. If someone's a liability, they go.
Sé que ustedes ahora me ven como un lastre. I know you people see me as a liability now.
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