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lastre

  
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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
[Naut.]

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exp.
to drop ballast
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"lastre": examples and translations in context
Iré arriba a revisar el lastre. I'm going upstairs to check the ballast.
Sin lastre, habría salido a flote. Without ballast, it would have floated back to the surface.
Ahora, cuando el país exige una respuesta a la pregunta, lo ven como un lastre. Now, with the country insisting on an answer to the question he posed, they see him as a liability.
Mientras esté vivo, soy un lastre. As long as I'm alive, I'm a liability.
Sería un verdadero lastre para llevar. I'd be a real drag to carry.
Volverse mejor persona es un lastre. Becoming a better person is such a drag.
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