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seguidilla

  
      sf  
1      (Mús)   seguidilla   (dance and piece of music in a fast triple rhythm)  
2      (Literat)   seguidilla   (poem with four to seven lines used in popular songs)  
3    una seguidilla de protestas      a series of complaints  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
una seguidilla de protestas exp.
a series of complaints

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"seguidilla": examples and translations in context
Bailaré la seguidilla y beberé manzanilla. I'll dance the seguidilla and drink Manzanilla.
Sí... Bailaremos la seguidilla... y beberemos manzanilla Yes... we'll dance the seguidilla... and drink manzanilla
Y sí, posiblemente haya otra seguidilla de crisis financieras, quizás en Europa Central, que hoy se asemeja a Asia antes de la crisis de 1997. And, yes, there will probably be another rash of financial crises - perhaps in Central Europe, which now looks like Asia did before its 1997 crisis.
En los pasados años, una seguidilla de acciones judiciales relacionadas con material publicado en sitios como twitter o facebook generaron alarmantes preguntas sobre la libertad de expresión y censura, no solo en el Reino Unido sino también alrededor del mundo. A rash of prosecutions in the past several years concerning material posted on sites such as Twitter and Facebook are raising troubling questions about censorship and freedom of speech in not just the UK, but around the world.
De esta manera, después de seis horas de una seguidilla de incidentes, el Ministerio Público procedió a la apertura del juicio. In this fashion, after a succession of incidents lasting six hours, the prosecution proceeded to open its case.
La seguidilla de crisis financieras que marcó a la década de 1990 ha tenido muchas y variadas causas, pero usualmente las disposiciones regulatorias disfuncionales agravaron los efectos. The succession of financial crises that stained the 1990s had many and varied causes, but dysfunctional regulatory arrangements usually aggravated the effects.
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