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disparate
Subjunctiveyoconjugation ofdisparatar.
disparate
Subjunctiveél/ella/ustedconjugation ofdisparatar.

disparate

Éste es otro disparate manufacturado por Su juguetón Poder indudablemente.
This is another nonsense manufactured by His frisky Power undoubtedly.
Sin embargo, en la superficie parecen ser un disparate.
Yet, on the surface they seem to be utter nonsense.
Como muy bien sabe el Consejo, eso es puro disparate.
As the Council knows very well, that is complete nonsense.
Eso no es ningún disparate romántico sino un hecho real.
This is not some romantic nonsense but the actual fact.
El disparate: Castillo Epidemia - una situación que no puede ser.
The nonSense: Castle Epidemy - a situation that can not be.
Éste no es ningún disparate romántico, sino el hecho real.
This is not some romantic nonsense but the actual fact.
Es hora de poner fin a este disparate.
It is time to put an end to this nonsense.
¿No es un disparate, una paradoja, de sus políticas económicas?
Is there not an absurdity, a paradox in your economic policies?
No reformar el plano medieval fue, sencillamente, un disparate.
Not to reform the medieval plane was, simply, a silly thing.
Por el precio, era un puro disparate, ¿por qué no?
For the money it was sheer nonsense, why not?
La necesidad de evasión le dará forma de disparate.
This need for avoidance gives him the form of nonsense.
En Tank Girl, ellos simplemente hicieron un disparate.
In Tank Girl, they just made a mess.
Esto es puro disparate y no el derecho o de hecho!
This is pure nonsense and not the law or fact!
¡Qué asombroso es que algunos hombres tengan ese disparate!
How astonishing that some men should hold such nonsense!
No importa quién escriba el disparate: multiplicarlo es una estupidez.
It does not matter who writes the nonsense: to multiply it is foolishness.
Ningún camarada revolucionario debe hacerse eco de tal disparate.
No revolutionary comrade should echo this nonsense.
Es un disparate estar limitados por nuestras propias preconcepciones.
It is folly to be limited by one's preconceptions.
Un profeta o un triunfador nunca deben preocuparse por un disparate ocasional.
A prophet or an achiever must never mind an occasional absurdity.
No obstante, esto no es apenas un disparate personal de Paglia.
Again, however, this was no mere personal frolic of Paglia's.
Pero hablar de principio jurídico me parece un auténtico disparate.
But talking about the legal principle seems to me to be truly absurd.
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