"ilk" in Spanish

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"ilk" in Spanish
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ilk{noun}
people of that ilk
la gente de esa clase
It is prejudiced against the British working fleet and it will now ruin sea angling in Britain if we give this man, and people of his ilk, power.
Está llena de prejuicios contra la flota británica y ahora arruinará la pesca de caña en el mar en Reino Unido si concedemos poder a este hombre y a gente de su clase.
ilk(also: bod, guy, kind, type)
tipo{m}
We as the Group of the Greens have tabled amendments of that ilk.
Hemos presentado este tipo de enmiendas en tanto Grupo de los Verdes.
people of that ilk
la gente de ese tipo
ilk(also: kind)
jaez{m} [poet.] (ralea, calaña)
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Context examples for "ilk" in Spanish(!) These sentences come from external sources & may not be accurate. Therefore, we are not responsible for their content.
That is what Mr Watson and his ilk are trying to impose upon the rest of us.
Eso es lo que están intentando imponernos al resto de nosotros el Sr. Watson y otros de su especie.
Macleod of that ilk
Macleod, del lugar homónimo
Unfortunately, I have heard nothing of this ilk in the various hearings of the Commissioners-designate or in the speeches of Mr Prodi himself.
Lamentablemente, no oí nada de eso en las diferentes audiciones de los Comisarios designados ni en las palabras del propio Sr. Prodi.
people of that ilk
la gente de esa clase
people of that ilk
la gente de ese tipo
Climatic disasters and food scares are of the same ilk and make societies distrustful faced with uncertainty and events they cannot control.
Los horrores climáticos y gastronómicos se ponen en el mismo saco, y provocan la desconfianza en las sociedades frente a la incertidumbre, frente a lo que éstas no controlan.
In other words, Bin Laden and his ilk will use public telephones, they will buy prepaid cards and, if they want to use the Internet, they will go to an Internet café to do so.
En otras palabras, Bin Laden y sus secuaces utilizarán teléfonos públicos, comprarán tarjetas de pago anticipado y, si quieren utilizar Internet, acudirán a un cibercafé.