pensaríamos
-we would think
The word pensaríamos is the conditional form of pensar in the first person plural.
See the full pensar conjugation

pensar

De otro modo, pensaríamos ¿para qué entonces quiso entrar?
Otherwise, we think, why would they want to go in?
Ni siquiera pensaríamos en nada como eso.
We wouldn't even think about anything like that.
Dijimos que no pensaríamos en ello.
We said we wouldn't dwell on that.
Pero entonces pensaríamos eso, ¿no?
But then, we would think that, wouldn't we?
Entonces, ¿qué pensaríamos de nosotros mismos?
What would we think of ourselves then?
Pero entonces, pensaríamos igual, ¿cierto?
But then, we would think alike, wouldn't we?
No lo sé, pensaríamos en algo.
I don't know, we'll figure something out.
Mas la respuesta es la misma: Sin Su gracia no pensaríamos en asuntos espirituales.
But the answer is the same: Without His grace we would not think of spiritual matters.
Le dijimos que pensaríamos en ello.
We had said we'd think about it.
¿Sabes? Creo que nos lo pensaríamos dos veces hoy en día.
You know, I think we'd think twice about it now.
¿Por qué pensaríamos que lo tenía?
Why'd we think it did?
¿Por qué pensaríamos esto?
Why would we think this?
¿Un lugar en el que no pensaríamos?
Somewhere you'd never think to look?
Ni siquiera lo pensaríamos.
We wouldn't even think it.
¿Por qué pensaríamos diferente?
Why would we not?
Cuando vemos a un hombre escalando una montaña, ¿pensaríamos qué se apresura por alcanzar a su Maestro?
When we see a man climbing a mountain, would we think that he hastens to the Teacher?
Los que somos de ciudad, de educación moderna no pensaríamos en ello como una indiscreción.
Naturally, those of us from the city with modern manners would never dream of any indiscretion.
¿nos permitiría hacer todo eso? Y, si nos permite, si pudiéramos hacer eso, ¿acerca de qué pensaríamos?
And if it did, if we could do that, what should we think about?
No pensaríamos en este tema familiar como 'cálido', cariñoso preocupado por los sentimientos de los otros miembros del grupo.
One would not think of this family-theme as 'warm', loving or overly-concerned about the feelings of others in the group.
La falta de un discurso demuestra que las interpretaciones de la señal en Caná son aún más diversas de lo que pensaríamos.
The lack of a discourse means that interpretations of the sign at Cana are more diverse than they might otherwise be.
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