"atrasarse" in English

TRANSLATIONS & EXAMPLES
atrasarse{verb}
to get behind{vb} (fall behind)
atrasarse con algo
to get behind with sth
to go back{vb} (clocks)
to lose{v.i.} (watch, clock)
to lose[lost · lost] {v.i.} (watch, clock)
Con 18 años, yo y otros estábamos decididos a liberar a nuestro país de una régimen autoritario y atrasado.
After 1945 they lost their liberties and opportunities almost as soon as they had regained them.
to turn back {vb} (reset)
atrasar[atrasando · atrasado] {transitive verb}
Señor Presidente, no quisiera atrasar mucho tiempo la votación. Esta mañana, acogiéndome al artículo 148, párrafo 3, he elevado una protesta contra el Acta.
Mr President, I have no wish to hold up the vote but this morning I raised an objection to the session minutes under Rule 148(3).
El Parlamento incluso ha atrasado la entrada en vigor durante 12 meses porque nos tomamos en serio la difícil y particular situación económica de las compañías aéreas.
The Parliament has even put back the entry into force for 12 months because we take the airlines’ particular and difficult economic situation seriously.
En 2012 el horario de verano de la UE empieza el 25 de marzo, día en que los relojes se adelantan una hora, y dura hasta el 28 de octubre, fecha en que se atrasan una hora.
Daylight saving time begins across the EU on 25 March 2012 when clocks move forward one hour and it ends on 28 October 2012 when clocks are put back one hour.
SYNONYMS
Synonyms (Spanish) for "atrasarse":
CONTEXT EXAMPLES
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atrasarse con algo
to get behind with sth