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burqas

  • 1 burca

    = burqa.
    Nota: También escrito burka o burkha. Especie de velo que llevan algunas mujeres generalmente de religión islámica que cubre desde la cabeza hasta la cintura con una apertura con malla a la altura de los ojos.
    Ex. Well, I was giving her the benefit of the doubt on knowing that women in Iraq under Saddam didn't have to wear burqas, did go to school, hold down jobs, etc.
    * * *
    Nota: También escrito burka o burkha. Especie de velo que llevan algunas mujeres generalmente de religión islámica que cubre desde la cabeza hasta la cintura con una apertura con malla a la altura de los ojos.

    Ex: Well, I was giving her the benefit of the doubt on knowing that women in Iraq under Saddam didn't have to wear burqas, did go to school, hold down jobs, etc.

    Spanish-English dictionary > burca

  • 2 dar a Alguien el beneficio de la duda

    (v.) = give + Nombre + the benefit of the doubt
    Ex. Well, I was giving her the benefit of the doubt on knowing that women in Iraq under Saddam didn't have to wear burqas, did go to school, hold down jobs, etc.
    * * *
    (v.) = give + Nombre + the benefit of the doubt

    Ex: Well, I was giving her the benefit of the doubt on knowing that women in Iraq under Saddam didn't have to wear burqas, did go to school, hold down jobs, etc.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar a Alguien el beneficio de la duda

  • 3 dar a Alguien un margen de confianza

    (v.) = give + Nombre + the benefit of the doubt
    Ex. Well, I was giving her the benefit of the doubt on knowing that women in Iraq under Saddam didn't have to wear burqas, did go to school, hold down jobs, etc.
    * * *
    (v.) = give + Nombre + the benefit of the doubt

    Ex: Well, I was giving her the benefit of the doubt on knowing that women in Iraq under Saddam didn't have to wear burqas, did go to school, hold down jobs, etc.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar a Alguien un margen de confianza

  • 4 ir a la escuela

    (v.) = go to + school
    Ex. Well, I was giving her the benefit of the doubt on knowing that women in Iraq under Saddam didn't have to wear burqas, did go to school, hold down jobs, etc.
    * * *
    (v.) = go to + school

    Ex: Well, I was giving her the benefit of the doubt on knowing that women in Iraq under Saddam didn't have to wear burqas, did go to school, hold down jobs, etc.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ir a la escuela

  • 5 tener un trabajo

    (v.) = hold down + job
    Ex. Well, I was giving her the benefit of the doubt on knowing that women in Iraq under Saddam didn't have to wear burqas, did go to school, hold down jobs, etc.
    * * *
    (v.) = hold down + job

    Ex: Well, I was giving her the benefit of the doubt on knowing that women in Iraq under Saddam didn't have to wear burqas, did go to school, hold down jobs, etc.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener un trabajo

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