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trastornar

Algunas de las medidas así introducidas trastornaban de manera unilateral y artificial las relaciones de competencia en el plano internacional.
Some of the measures so introduced were upsetting international competitive relationships unilaterally and artificially.
Las sombras, factores entonces que se trastornaban a los Glières en una noche de Juicio Final, no eran nada más que los hombres de no.
The shades, unknown factors then which were hustled in Glières in one night of last judgment, were nothing more than the men of Not.
Estaban acostumbrados desde hace décadas a dirigir el país a la sombra de políticos títeres, despidiéndolos si era necesario cuando las urnas arrogaban resultados que los trastornaban.
For decades, they were used to run the country in the shadow of political puppets, dismissing them if necessary when some electoral outcome annoyed them.
Los ferrocarriles, en efecto, trastornaban las ideas más razonables y mejor asentadas: exigían, entre otras cosas imposibles, graves cambios en el régimen de propiedad que servía de basamento al edificio social de la burguesía, entonces reinante.
Railroads, indeed, upset the most reasonable and established ideas: they required, along with other impossible things, grave changes in the mode of property–serving as a basis for the social edifice of the bourgeoisie then in power.
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