Conditionalellos/ellas/ustedesconjugation offallar.

fallar

Ellos no nos fallarían.
They would not fail us.
Los sistemas armamentísticos fallarían, el comercio se detendría, las aeronaves se caerían del cielo, pero se equivocaron.
Weapon systems would fail, commerce would stop, aircraft would fall out of the sky. They were wrong.
El Estado afirmó que los jueces y juezas fallarían de conformidad con lo establecido en el marco normativo e indicó que la investigación presentada por los solicitantes no representaría una evidencia en sentido contrario.
The State asserted that judges' decisions were based on the provisions established in the legal framework, and indicated that the research presented by the petitioners did not constitute evidence to the contrary.
El sol del mediodía era implacable. Andrea soplaba y jadeaba, tratando de aguantar la sensación seca y quemante en los pulmones y la de que en cualquier momento las piernas le fallarían.
The midday sun beat down relentlessly, and Andrea puffed and panted, trying to hold off that dry, burning sensation in her lungs and the feeling that at any moment her legs would give out.
En la estrategia de conclusión de mayo de 2005 se estimaba que, además de los fallos en las causas Rutaganira y Muhimana, que se dictaron en marzo y abril de 2005, respectivamente, las causas Simba y Seromba se fallarían en el curso del año.
The Completion Strategy of May 2005 indicated that, besides the judgments in the Rutaganira and Muhimana cases which were delivered in March and April 2005, respectively, judgments in the Simba and Seromba cases would be delivered later that year.
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