Traductions & exemples
expand_more El objetivo era alcanzar económicamente a los Estados Unidos hasta el año 2010.
Impiden a los nuevos Estados miembros alcanzar a los Estados miembros más ricos.
Es de gran importancia para los países que ya están luchando por alcanzar el nivel de los otros Estados.
Exemples d'usage pour « to catch up with » en espagnol
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EnglishThe objective was to catch up with the United States economically by 2010.
EnglishGiving industry some space to catch up seems justified in my opinion.
EnglishThey make it impossible for the new Member States to catch up with the richer Member States.
English  …and thanks to having good rapporteurs, we have managed to catch up.
English[ ] … and thanks to having good rapporteurs, we have managed to catch up.
EnglishIt may have tasted good, but it will catch up with you at some point.
EnglishWithout them, it is difficult to catch up, which is the very reason for their poverty.
EnglishWhen will they realise that their actions will catch up with them?
EnglishAs tourism develops, we must also, of course, catch up with the statistics.
EnglishBut I repeat, I hope the government will be able to catch up.
EnglishThe digital agenda: China is not going to wait for Europe to catch up.
EnglishIt is clear that the Lithuanian government has made enormous strides to catch up.
EnglishIt is also unlikely that we will catch up with the United States and Japan in the near future.
EnglishThose of us replacing them have a lot to do to catch up.
EnglishThank God women are beginning to catch up with that.
EnglishThe other countries must be given a fair chance to catch up. And they must be helped to do so.
EnglishThis is one area where customs have been trying to catch up.
EnglishI called her recently to catch up and see how things are going.
EnglishIt is, however, particularly important for the countries that are struggling to catch up.
EnglishWe must catch up, and for this we need fewer bureaucratic rules.