Conditionalellos/ellas/ustedesconjugation ofcontraer.

contraer

Los miembros del Grupo consideraban que para cumplir las obligaciones que se contraerían al ratificar la nueva Convención se necesitaría asistencia técnica sostenida.
The members of the Group were of the view that the assumption of obligations by States through the ratification of the new convention would require sustained technical assistance.
Los actores Brad Pitt y Angelina Jolie, quienes aseguraron que contraerían matrimonio una vez que todos los estadounidenses puedan hacerlo, ya habría fijado una fecha para este verano.
Actors Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, who claimed that they will get married once all Americans can do it, would have set a date for their marriage for this summer.
Es un compromiso muy importante que nosotros contrajimos y que los Estados miembros dijeron en su momento que también contraerían.
It is a very important commitment that we have made, which Member States have previously said they would match.
Las alteraciones químicas del agua, que ocurren también por las condiciones de hacinamiento, convierte a los peces en seres vulnerables y sensibles a contraer enfermedades que no contraerían en un entorno más favorable.
Chemical variations in the water, which can easily occur due to the overcrowded environment, can cause the animals to be particularly sensitive to illnesses they might not otherwise contract.
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