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Subjunctiveellos/ellas/ustedesconjugation ofdesfilar.
desfilen
-parade
Affirmative imperativeustedesconjugation ofdesfilar.

desfilar

Es hora de que desfilen.
What you doing? It's time you were in a parade.
Vamos a hacer que desfilen frente a todo el mundo... y vamos a perdonarles.
We're going to march them out in front of everyone... And we're going to forgive them.
Una, dos, tres, desfilen.
One, two, three, march!
La gamuza atractiva carcasa exterior ayudará a sus pies una figura bien como desfilen en la sala de estar o en el pasillo.
The attractive suede exterior shell will help your feet cut a fine figure as you sashay across the living room or down the hall.
Ahora, ¿quieres y la amabilidad de dejar su fecha de de modo que Jordania y puedo tienen la comida que le corresponde, y los dos se puede desfilen hacia el coronel a través de la calle?
Now, will you and your date kindly leave so that Jordan and I can have our rightful meal, and the two of you can sashay over to the Colonel's across the street?
Estos días, desgraciadamente, hay declaraciones procedentes del Gobierno nacionalista vasco y del Gobierno socialista de la nación que están dirigidas a colocar la alfombra roja a estos terroristas para que desfilen por ella sin problemas en su próximo congreso.
Over recent days, regrettably, there have been comments from the Basque nationalist government and Spain’s Socialist government aimed at rolling out a red carpet for these terrorists, which they can walk unhindered at their coming congress.
Tienen a esas pobres personas mostrando su dolor y sufriendo para que el mundo lo vea. No parece que haya ninguna explicación para que esas personas desfilen frente a la cámara, excepto distraer al público de los hechos.
They have these poor people exposing their pain and suffering for the world to see. There doesn't seem to be any point to these people being paraded in front of the camera's, except to distract the public from the facts.
El más profundo interés manifestado entre los hombres por los fallos de los tribunales terrenales no representa sino débilmente el interés manifestado en los atrios celestiales cuando los nombres inscritos en el libro de la vida desfilen ante el Juez de toda la tierra.
The deepest interest manifested among men in the decisions of earthly tribunals but faintly represents the interest evinced in the heavenly courts when the names entered in the book of life come up in review before the Judge of all the earth.
¿Podemos realmente permanecer indiferentes al hecho de que esto suponga una demostración de desprecio para los millones de víctimas de la Segunda Guerra Mundial o al hecho de que los fascistas desfilen por las ciudades de uno de nuestros Estados miembros?
Can we really be indifferent to the fact that this amounts to a display of contempt for the millions of victims of the Second World War or to the fact that fascists are able to march through the towns of one of our Member States?
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