Conditionalellos/ellas/ustedesconjugation ofodiar.


Si solo hicieras un buen trabajo... ¿por qué te odiarían?
If only you'd do a good job, why would anyone hate you?
Y estoy segura que odiarían si algo nos pasara.
I'm sure they'd hate if anything happened to us.
Si fuera así, todos odiarían a su padre.
If they did, everybody would be hating their father.
No se, pero si los gatos pudieran cantar también lo odiarían.
I don't know, but if cats could sing... they'd hate it, too.
No lo sé, pero si los gatos pudiesen cantar también lo odiarían.
I don't know, but if cats could sing... they'd hate it, too.
Sé que si ustedes supieran la verdad, me odiarían.
I know that if you guys knew the truth, you'd hate me. No.
Aunque encuentre una solución, todos ellos aún me odiarían.
Even if I found a solution, those people would still all hate me.
Creo que si me conocieran, no me odiarían.
I think if they got to know me, they wouldn't hate me.
Pero eso suena algo roquero, y ellos odiarían algo así.
But that seemed a bit rock-ish, and they hate that sort of thing.
¿No crees que nos odiarían?
You don't think they'd hate us then?
Pero me odiarían en el cuartel, si no lo hago.
But they get upset with me down at the store if I don't ask them.
Pero todas las organizaciones también odiarían no estar al principio de la lista.
But every organization would also hate to be not on the top of the list.
Mis amigos me odiarían.
My friends would hate me.
Quizá nos odiarían aún más.
Perhaps they would hate us more.
Él incluso dijo que Cristianos profesantes se entregarían unos a otros, y se odiarían.
He even said that professing Christians would betray one another, and hate one another.
Te dije que la odiarían.
What'd I say? I told you they'd hate it.
Sabía que los odiarían.
Oh. I knew you'd hate 'em.
Ahora, como yo lo veo, podemos darnos la vuelta y darles una victoria vacía, sin sentido, la cual... odiarían.
Now, the way I see it, we can roll over and give them an empty, meaningless victory that he... would hate.
Pero eso es exactamente lo que implica la organización: juntar personas que de otra forma se odiarían por sus diferencias para que trabajan por una causa común.
But that's exactly what organizing is meant to accomplish: bringing together people who might otherwise hate each other for their differences to work for a common cause.
Preguntémonos: ¿Por qué odiarían tan apasionadamente a una persona que ha dedicado toda la vida a tratar de servir al pueblo, y a la emancipación de la humanidad?
And you have to ask yourself: Why would some people so passionately hate someone who has spent his whole life dedicating himself to trying to serve the people, and to the emancipation of humanity?
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