Traducciones y ejemplos
expand_more Pensaba que estaba terminando y de repente siguió hablando, así que no sabía si golpear o no el mazo.
La última parte, que apenas fue audible porque el Presidente estaba dando golpes con su mazo, encaja con este informe.
Simplemente cerraré el micrófono cuando pase un minuto, no usaré el mazo, no rogaré y no quiero que se me malinterprete.
expand_more Mis golpes de martillo no eran por usted, sino por un colega que intentaba interrumpirlo.
He terminado, y no hay ninguna necesidad de que use su martillo.
Y sobre este punto, señor Presidente, obedeceré a su martillo.
Ejemplos de uso
Ejemplos de uso para "gavel" en español
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EnglishThe use of my gavel was not aimed at you but at an MEP who was trying to interrupt you.
EnglishIf you wanted to get them to sit down, you ought to have wielded the gavel.
EnglishI actually had one second of my speaking time left when the President brought his gavel down.
EnglishIndeed, as you well know, when in the Chair, I am strict with the gavel but lax with the clock.
EnglishThis is the first time that Austria wields the presidential gavel.
EnglishI have finished, and there is no need for you to use your gavel.
EnglishAnd on that note, Mr President, I shall obey your gavel.
EnglishI can watch the US Senate on television gavel-to-gavel. But not the European Parliament.
EnglishI shall endeavour to bang my gavel as required in order to let you know that your speaking time has elapsed.
EnglishI thought you were finishing, then suddenly you continued your speech, so I did not know whether or not to bang the gavel.
Englishhe rapped his gavel for silence
EnglishThe last bit, that was hardly audible because the President was hammering away with his gavel, fits in with this report.
EnglishI will not bang my gavel, I will not beg and I do not want to be misunderstood.
EnglishI notice that the gavel is going down after exactly one minute, and not 30 seconds later, as it has done for everyone else.
EnglishI accept the criticism and will therefore call Members to order either in a more widely-spoken EU language or using the gavel.
EnglishI will finish, so that you do not strike the gavel, by saying that, in his speech, Mr Van den Broek was very constructive and very modest.
EnglishYou will recall that at the end of my allotted one minute of speaking time earlier today, I noticed you had the gavel poised at 59 seconds.
EnglishLikewise, it is a man that strikes the gavel of the President of the European Parliament and a man that is Chairman of most of the parliamentary committees.
EnglishUnfortunately though, I only have one gavel: I would have needed 80 or 100 to throw at all the Members who were not listening to your speech.