- vacilar, titubear try to speak slowly, but without hesitating trata de hablar despacio, pero sin vacilar or titubear I hesitated before going in dudé or vacilé antes de entrar I'd hesitate before committing myself, if I were you yo que tú lo pensaría dos veces antes de comprometerme to hesitate to +
infinitive/infinitivodudar en + infinitive/infinitivoI hesitate to ask such a personal question, but … no sé si hacer una pregunta tan personal, pero … I hesitate to criticize a colleague, but … no me gusta criticar a una colega, pero … if you have any problems/questions, please don't hesitate to ask si tienes algún problema/alguna duda, no dejes de preguntar if you need more, don't hesitate to ask me si necesitas más, pídemelo con toda confianza if I thought he was wrong, I wouldn't hesitate to say so si creyera que está equivocado, no dudaría en decirloto hesitate about/ oversth/ -ingthey hesitated for several days about buying the house estuvieron dudando varios días si comprar la casa she's still hesitating about accepting the job todavía no ha decidido si aceptar o no el trabajo he hesitated over the difficult words titubeaba con las palabras difíciles he who hesitates is lost la ocasión la pintan calvaMore example sentences
- Each of these icons should open a balloon help when the user hesitates over it with the mouse.
- Men are almost twice as likely to pause or hesitate when they speak unlike women who are more fluent speakers.
- They discovered that men are almost twice a likely as women to pause or hesitate when talking.
Here is a selection of useful words and phrases you will need in real-life situations while you're visiting Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries...
Paro is the name in Spain for both unemployment and unemployment benefit. The period for which paro can be claimed ranges from three months to a year, depending on how long a person has been working. The amount paid decreases over the period of unemployment.