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El fuego no prende bien, dale aire para avivarlo.
The fire is not catching, give it some air to stoke it up.
Tenga cuidado, la electricidad está funcionando.
Be careful, the electricity is on.
¿Cómo se prende la luz?
How do you turn on the light?
Debemos insuflar vida a los documentos, y entonces la chispa volverá a prender.
We need to breathe life into the roles, then the spark will once again be passed on.
Estos acuerdos están ocasionando estragos medioambientales en los países menos desarrollados, lo que, en términos biológicos, equivale a prender fuego a Serengeti.
These deals are causing environmental devastation to less developed countries which, in biological terms, is like setting fire to the Serengeti.
No podemos permitir que la estrategia de Milosevic de desestabilización de los Estados vecinos llegue a prender en la práctica.
We must not allow Milosevic's strategy of destabilising neighbouring countries to succeed.
Resulta inadmisible que se tomen huellas dactilares a ciudadanos europeos y, especialmente, a niños, ni es normal prender fuego a los campamentos instalados, con el consentimiento tácito de las autoridades.
It is inadmissible to fingerprint European citizens and, especially, children, it is not normal to set fire to camps installed, with the tacit consent of the authorities.
Es oponerse a que las puertas de una iglesia se hagan astillas a hachazos para prender a las personas que allí hacen huelga de hambre y guardan cama.
It means being opposed to battering down the doors of a church with axes in order to seize hunger strikers confined to their beds.
No podemos observar este proceso de manera unívoca ni hacer una apreciación parcial sin correr el riesgo de volver a prender la mecha de la hoguera balcánica que con tantas dificultades se apagó en Bosnia el año pasado.
If we stick to a one-sided, biased view of the situation we risk reigniting the Balkan fire that was extinguished with such great difficulty in Bosnia last year.

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