"álabe" in English

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"álabe" in English
álabe{masculine}
TRANSLATIONS & EXAMPLES
álabe{masculine}
vane{noun} (of turbine)
SYNONYMS
Synonyms (Spanish) for "álabe":
CONTEXT EXAMPLES
Context examples for "álabe" in English(!) These sentences come from external sources & may not be accurate. Therefore, we are not responsible for their content.
Entonces alabé, como he venido haciendo hasta ahora, aquellos periodos de progreso.
I paid tribute then, as I have done since, to those periods of progress.
– Señora Presidenta, Señorías, espero que el señor Posselt me alabe también en breve.
– MadamPresident, ladies and gentlemen, I hope MrPosselt will praise me as well shortly.
Exhortación a la alabanza a Dios …Todo ser viviente alabe al Señor.
Exhortation to the Praise of God …Let every spirit praise the Lord.
Esto es un gran elogio, Matthias, ya que no ocurre cada día que yo alabe a los socialdemócratas.
That is a big compliment, Matthias, for it is not every day that I praise Social Democrats.
Pues mire, no lo alabe tanto, no se ría tanto.
Let me ask you not to praise so much and not to laugh so much.
Me permito pues alegrarme a comienzos del año porque el Parlamento alabe a la Comisión.
I might therefore venture, at the start of this new year, to take pleasure in the fact that Parliament has commended the Commission.
no necesita quien lo alabe, se alaba solo
he doesn't need anyone else to blow his trumpet for him
Esta objeción no implica que no alabe toda la energía que la ponente, la colega Peijs, ha mostrado en este expediente.
This objection does not detract from the fact that I give the rapporteur, Mrs Peijs, all credit for her thoroughness in this matter.
Que la Iglesia alabe a Dios Padre en el Espíritu Santo por el don de la salvación en Cristo Señor, ahora y por siempre.
Let the praise of the Church rise to God the Father in the Holy Spirit for the gift of salvation in Christ the Lord, both now and for evermore.
No fui defraudada y en aquella ocasión alabé también el espíritu con que la Sra.
I was not disappointed and I also commended at the time the spirit with which Mrs Myller, as rapporteur, had approached the second reading.