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traspaso

  
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1    (=venta)   transfer, sale,   (Jur)   conveyance
2    (=propiedad)   property transferred,   (Jur)   property being conveyed
3      (Dep)   (=acción)   transfer  
(=pago)  
transfer fee
4      (Esp, Pol)  
  traspaso de competencias   transfer of powers
5    [+de ley]   infringement
6    (=pena)   anguish, pain, grief
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
no informó sobre el traspaso del jugador exp.
he gave no information on the player's transfer

Entry related to:informar

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
the bullet pierced his lung
exp.
the scene pierced me to the core
nf.
deed of transfer
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exp.
the yell went right through me
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'traspaso' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
el traspaso
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exp.
traspaso de propiedad
n.
el traspaso a un ejercicio anterior
exp.
pedir el traspaso
exp.
escritura de traspaso
n.
la escritura de traspaso
[BIZ]
n.
la escritura de traspaso
[BIZ]
n.
1) el transporte, 2) el traspaso
[BIZ]
n.
1) la transferencia, 2) el traspaso
[BIZ]
n.
1) la transferencia, 2) el traspaso
[BIZ]
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"traspaso": examples and translations in context
Debe establecerse un procedimiento para el traspaso de buques. A procedure for the transfer of vessels should be set up.
- No haber aceptado el traspaso. -I told you not to accept the transfer.
Se están efectuando los preparativos para el traspaso de esta iniciativa a los partícipes locales. The preparations for the handover of this initiative to local stakeholders are ongoing.
La Comisión cree firmemente que este proceso debe nacionalizarse progresivamente con miras a su eventual traspaso a las autoridades congoleñas. The Committee strongly believes that this process should be progressively nationalized with a view towards its ultimate handover to Congolese authorities.
La Constitución establece asimismo el traspaso de competencias a las provincias dentro de un marco unitario. The Constitution also provides for devolution of power to Provinces within a unitary framework.
Algunos nos han acusado de provocar deliberadamente un estancamiento político para retrasar el traspaso del poder. Some have accused us of deliberately creating a political impasse in order to delay the transfer of power.
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