Translation of veto in Spanish:
noun plural vetoes
- 1.1 uncountable (power to ban) the right of vetoto have a vetoel derecho de or al vetoto use o exercise one's vetotener derecho de vetoto invoke a vetoejercer el vetoacogerse al or invocar el derecho de or al vetoExample sentences1.2 countable (ban) to put a veto on something
vetar algoExample sentences1.3 countableveto (message) (in US)
- From this perspective, the U.S. Senate has a veto over treaties negotiated by the executive, and constitutional courts have a veto over legislation.
- Clearly the present set-up gives the five major powers on the Security Council a veto on any decisions taken by UN member states.
- It had its own assembly and militia, the power of veto over federal decisions and control of education and other public services.
(exposición de las razones por las que se ha ejercido el derecho de veto)
- Few people want children - or, for that matter, anyone else - to have veto power over the decisions that parents make.
- Now we don't have to really divide or to make vetoes on people.
- The Cardinal had tried to impose an immediate veto on all contacts with the media.
transitive verb vetoes, vetoing, vetoed
- (bill/measure/proposal)his wife has vetoed smoking in the kitchensu mujer ha prohibido que se fume en la cocinaExample sentences
- Under the terms of the Luxembourg Compromise, governments would retain their right to veto proposals where they deemed a vital national interest to be at stake.
- Unfortunately, the plan was vetoed by the British government.
- In fact, if a proposal is vetoed by the UN, it does not go ahead.
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