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Translation of embargo in English:

sustantivo masculino

  • 2sin embargo, dice que está gordo, sin embargo sigue comiendo mucho
    he says he's too fat and yet he still goes on eating a lot
    sin embargo, este método tiene algunas desventajas
    however o nevertheless, this method has some disadvantages
    this method does, nevertheless o however, have some disadvantages
    sin embargo, ayer no decías eso
    you weren't saying that yesterday, though
    es difícil, sin embargo disfruto haciéndolo
    it's difficult but I enjoy doing it all the same o anyway
Example sentences
  • Miles de empresas e instituciones han desaparecido por los embargos y secuestros que ha hecho el IESS.
  • Sin embargo nosotros podemos ser ángeles de paz o demonios de guerra.
  • Sin embargo en ningún caso se observó una declinación de la respuesta.

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