tendíamos
-we were hanging
Imperfectnosotrosconjugation oftender.

tender

No tendíamos alfalfa, que es lo que se utiliza para alimentar al ganado.
We would not have lucerne, which is used in cattle feed.
A él era al que le tendíamos la trampa.
He's the guy we were setting up.
No solo utilizaba su parte plana. En su lugar, golpeaba con el borde afilado la punta de nuestros dedos, que tendíamos temblando hasta ésta descendiera.
He didn't just use its flat part. Instead, he hit the tips of our fingers with the sharp edge as we held out our hands, trembling, for it to descend.
(DE) Señor Presidente, cuando hablábamos de los Balcanes en el pasado, por ejemplo, cuando nos centrábamos en los problemas de Kosovo o Bosnia, tendíamos a pasar por alto a Moldova.
(DE) Mr President, when we have considered the Balkans in the past, for example, when we focused on the problems of Kosovo or Bosnia, we have tended to overlook Moldova.
Le dije que no podía estar más en este limbo de separación, y a menos que ella quiera que el matrimonio termine, tendíamos que buscar ayuda matrimonial. ¿Y ella estuvo de acuerdo?
I told her I couldn't stand being in separation limbo any more, and unless she wanted the marriage to end, we simply had to get into counseling. And she agreed?
Al final de todos nuestros análisis, tendíamos a concluir que lo que pertenece verdaderamente a la esencia son las ideas adecuadas y los afectos activos, a saber las ideas de segundo genero y las ideas de tercer genero.
At the close of all our analyses, we tended to conclude that what truly belongs to essence are the adequate ideas and the active affects, that is, the ideas of the second kind and the ideas of the third kind.
Tendíamos a confiar en que él sabía lo que estaba haciendo.
We tended to trust that he knew what he was doing.
Tendíamos en particular a cerrar la brecha en la financiación y también en las responsabilidades y operaciones.
We aimed in particular at filling the gap in funding and the gap in responsibilities and operations.
Tendíamos a idealizar la autoorganización como un signo de libertad, como la capacidad de ejercer nuestros derechos y posibilidades ilimitadas.
We tend to idealize self-organization as a sign of freedom, as the capacity to exercise our rights and limitless possibilities.
Quizás en primer lugar no tendíamos que haber tomado el dinero.
Maybe we should never have taken the cash in the first place.
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