"hurling" in Spanish

TRANSLATIONS & EXAMPLES
hurling{adjective}
to hurl[hurled · hurled] {transitive verb}
He shall be hurled into El'Hutamah!
¡Ciertamente, [en la Otra Vida] será arrojado a un tormento demoledor!
So We seized him and his hosts and hurled them into the sea and his was the blame.
hicimos presa en él y en su ejército, y los arrojamos al mar: y [nadie sino Faraón] fue culpable [de lo ocurrido].
It is not in our interests to hurl invective, nor would we wish to do so.
No nos interesa lanzar invectivas, ni nos gustaría hacerlo.
Do you really believe that the current situation in Ukraine is so dire that we should hurl such grave accusations against the country?
¿Realmente cree que la situación actual en Ucrania es tan grave como para lanzar acusaciones tan graves contra el país?
I regret that he is hurling what I consider to be insults at me.
Lamento que el señor Preda esté lanzando lo que considero son insultos hacia mí.
CONTEXT EXAMPLES
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We have both retreated to hurling insults at each other across the Atlantic.
Ambos nos hemos limitado a lanzarnos insultos de un lado a otro del Atlántico.
In circumstances such as these, there is no point in hurling abuse at each other; action must be taken.
Ante tales circunstancias, no tiene sentido que nos insultemos, sino que lo que hay que hacer es tomar medidas.
Now that this infrastructure exists, a horde of private businesses is hurling itself upon this sector so as to be able to derive profit from it.
Ahora que esas infraestructuras existen, una nube de empresas privadas se abalanzan sobre el sector para poder aprovecharse de ellas.
Now that this infrastructure exists, a horde of private businesses is hurling itself upon this sector so as to be able to derive profit from it.
Aparte del hecho de que es una estafa, una desviación del dinero colectivo para drenarlo hacia grupos privados, es también un peligro para el futuro.