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Si tuviera dinero, agrandaría la oficina.
If I had the money, I would enlarge the office.
El diseñador ha agrandado sus tiendas.
The designer has increased the size of his stores.
La urgencia es evidente, sobre todo porque la crisis iraquí solo sirve para agrandar el problema.
The urgency is all the more evident as the Iraqi crisis is only serving to amplify the problem.
Si efectivamente las negamos, no haremos sino agrandar la brecha que separa a los ciudadanos de los políticos.
If we do deny them, we will only further widen the gap between citizens and politicians.
Solamente se corre el riesgo de agrandar la distancia entre la UE y los ciudadanos.
It only risks further increasing the gap between the EU and the general public.
Son otras tantas brechas que las fuerzas democráticas van a intentar agrandar.
These are breaches which the democratic forces will seek to widen.
Es necesario agrandar el zapato teniendo en cuenta las necesidades que tenemos.
You have to make the shoe bigger, to take into account the needs we must fund.
Pero, si no se tienen en cuenta las debilidades estructurales de los sistemas escolares, se pueden agrandar las desigualdades.
However, if the structural weaknesses of the school systems are not taken into account, the inequalities may increase.
La retórica, decía, es un arte oratoria excepcional que permite agrandar lo pequeño y empequeñecer lo grande.
Rhetoric, he said, is an special oratorical skill which makes it possible to build up what is small and to play down what is great.
Ha sido una minoría, pero esos comentarios han buscado agrandar las divisiones entre los europeos, haciendo una diferenciación entre europeos ricos y europeos pobres.
They were a minority, but those comments were made, trying to deepen divisions between Europeans, so-called rich and so-called poor Europeans.
Confiar en regímenes autocráticos significa agrandar la burbuja del autoengaño, que explotará tarde o temprano, con las consiguientes graves pérdidas de moral para sus socios democráticos.
Relying on autocratic regimes means increasing the bubble of self-deception which will explode sooner or later, resulting in grave moral losses for their democratic partners.

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