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lazo

  
      sm  
1    (=nudo)     (para asegurar)    knot  ,   (decorativo)    bow
  lazo corredizo   slipknot  
  lazo de zapato   shoelace
2      (Agr)   lasso, lariat
3      (Caza)   snare, trap  
MODISMOS caer en el lazo      to fall into the trap  
MODISMOS tender un lazo a algn      to set o lay a trap for sb  
4      (Aut)   hairpin bend
5    lazos   (=vínculos)   ties  
lazos familiares      family ties  
los lazos culturales entre los dos países      cultural ties between the two countries  
lazos de parentesco      ties of blood  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
nm.
loop
[INFO]
nm.
bind
[BIZ]
exp.
to set {o} lay a trap for sb
(MODISMOS)
exp.
she had a velvet ribbon around her waist
exp.
a velvet ribbon encircled {o} girdled her waist
exp.
to fall into the trap
(MODISMOS)
exp.
ties of blood
exp.
family ties
exp.
the ties that bind {o} link both countries
exp.
cultural ties between the two countries
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'lazo' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
el lazo
[BIZ]
exp.
hacer un lazo con algo
exp.
hacer un lazo
exp.
llevaba el pelo recogido con un lazo
exp.
lazos familiares
exp.
los lazos que nos unen
exp.
vínculos {or} lazos culturales
exp.
vínculos {or} lazos comerciales
exp.
tener vínculos {or} lazos con algo/algn
exp.
los lazos {or} vínculos de la amistad
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"lazo": examples and translations in context
Siempre he sentido un lazo especial. All these years I felt a special bond.
Ese tipo de lazo nunca desaparece. That kind of bond doesn't just disappear.
- Dillon High es un colegio con lazo azul. - Dillon High is a blue ribbon school.
Los participantes pusieron de relieve el lazo existente entre descentralización, democracia y participación. Participants highlighted the link between decentralization, democracy and participation.
Está surgiendo un consenso universal creciente respecto del estrecho lazo que une la paz al desarrollo. There is now an emerging international consensus regarding the inextricable link between peace and development.
Ha formado un lazo misterioso contigo. He's formed a mysterious bond with you.
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