Present perfectellos/ellas/ustedesconjugation ofagitar.

agitar

En el camino, las cosas se han agitado un poco.
In a way Things have become so hectic lately
Fuertes vientos críticos han agitado el territorio del arte desde comienzos de la década de 1990.
Powerful winds of critique have begun shaking the territory of art again since the mid-1990s.
Sin embargo, es obvio que estas leves concesiones han agitado el sistema represor de tal manera que el Presidente ha mostrado de nuevo su verdadero rostro de dictador despiadado.
However, the slight concessions have obviously shaken up the repressive system in such a way that the President has once again revealed his true colours as a ruthless dictator.
Por último, quiero tranquilizar a todos aquellos que, en sus comentarios sobre este informe, han agitado el espectro de la creación de un impuesto europeo para extender los derechos de ciudadanía.
Finally, I should like to reassure all those who, in their comments on this report, have raised the spectre of introducing a European tax in order to extend citizenship rights.
Súbete a esta expedición por 20 años de historia del rock y del pop en Costa Rica, con las bandas, las canciones y las voces que han agitado las mentes y los cuerpos de varias generaciones.
Embark on a musical expedition through 20 years of Costa Rican Pop and Rock. Explore the artists, bands and songs that rocked the minds and bodies of several generations.
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