Spanish Word for bark  

English Word: bark (v)

Spanish Word: ladrar
The Spanish Word for bark (v)
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Translated sentences containing 'bark'
These dogs are the ones that bark at the night.
Estos perros son los que ladran en la noche
My dog doesn't bark.
Mi perro no ladra.

The surprise was that the dog was there and did not bark.
La sorpresa fue que el perro estaba ahí pero no ladró.
Mr Durão Barroso, Quixote said "They bark, then we ride".
Señor Durão Barroso, el Quijote dice "ladran, luego cabalgamos".
To postpone this vote one more time would be to bark up the wrong tree.
Posponer esta votación una vez más hubiera significado equivocarse de objetivo.
This was the case of the dog that did not bark or rather the expert who did not venture an opinion.
Este fue el caso del perro que no ladraba, o más bien, el de un experto que no se aventuró a dar una opinión.
      Mr President, this debate is proof that the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons is all bark and no bite.
      Señor Presidente, este debate demuestra que el Tratado de no proliferación de armas nucleares es como un perro ladrador, pero poco mordedor.
Khartoum knows that Europe is all bark and no bite and that is why today we are calling for new, strong, economic, legal and military measures.
Jartum sabe que Europa ladra pero no muerde, y por eso hoy solicitamos nuevas y firmes medidas económicas, jurídicas y militares.
But without the military capacity, without military credibility, we are like a dog whose bark is worse than its bite.
Pero sin capacidad ni credibilidad militar somos "perros ladradores, poco mordedores".
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