militar

Haber militado en el bando franquista le perjudicó, a diferencia de su hermano.
Having been a member of Franco´s party prejudiced him, unlike his brother.
De hecho, en la segunda vista del Tribunal de Revisión, declaró que solo había militado en 1992 y 1993.
In fact, at the second RRT hearing, he claimed that he had been active only in 1992 and 1993.
En general, la política pesquera de la UE ha militado contra la explotación sostenible a largo plazo de los recursos marinos subvencionando las compras de barcos eficientes por parte de los pescadores.
The EU's fisheries policy has, in general, militated against long-term sustainable exploitation of the sea's resources by subsidising fishermen's purchases of efficient boats.
Incluso la elevación del nivel de vida ha militado firmemente en contra de las esposas múltiples.
Even the elevation of the standard of living has consistently militated against plural wives.
El derecho consuetudinario, las creencias religiosas, las prácticas y actitudes culturales y el desequilibrio en las relaciones de poder entre hombres y mujeres han militado en contra de la mujer.
Customary law, religious beliefs, cultural practices and attitudes, and unbalanced power relations between women and men militated against women.
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