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to hold (out) (también: to carry, to hold out, to last out, to put up with, to stand up, to stay, to dispute, to hold, to outstand, to stand)
expand_more Me gustaría ver qué hacen entonces los Estados miembros que ahora se resisten.
Señor Presidente, espero que mi voz resista.
Deseo que, aparte de esta votación, seamos suficientemente numerosos para recuperar la iniciativa a tiempo con este espíritu y esta vez resistir hasta el final.
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Ejemplos de uso para "to hold (out)" en español
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EnglishMrs Marinucci is quite right, this is something we simply have to hold out for.
EnglishIn fact it is that very prospect of a future in Europe that we need to hold out to them.
EnglishIn the Council's view, what prospects does the agreement hold out for the two parties?
EnglishI wonder just which Member States think they can hold out now.
EnglishIn the Commission's view, what prospects does the agreement hold out for the two parties?
EnglishWe also hold out services and solutions designed to meet the audiovisual needs of each project.
EnglishI think we must hold out strongly against it.
EnglishI therefore ask the Commission what future prospects it can hold out to the Kosovars of that happening.
EnglishHowever, if we hold out a helping hand, we should not at the same time be afraid that EU citizens will grasp it.
EnglishWe believe it is wrong to hold out to the public the prospect of miracle cures for unemployment.
EnglishUnfortunately I cannot hold out the same degree of hope for the chairman of the fund and the secretariat.
EnglishMr President, I hope my voice is going to hold out.
EnglishWe should therefore hold out our hand to them.
EnglishWe must hold out the prospect of a common free-trade area and we must work towards freedom of movement.
EnglishI hope that you will hold out better than during the GATT negotiations, when all Mr Brittan left us were memories.
EnglishThese international accounting standards seem to hold out such a promise, both within and beyond the European Union.
EnglishI do not think that President Klaus will be able to hold out, I hope that he does; he is a fine and brave man.
EnglishBut we have been prepared to hold out a hand of friendship to Iran, recognising that it is a great pre-Islamic civilisation.
EnglishWe do not hold out a great deal of hope.
EnglishToday, all we have to ask is that the President-in-Office of the Council hold out his hand - not to me but to Parliament.
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