Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

came into effect   (entró en vigor)

This legislation came into effect in January 1958.

The changes came into effect on 16 November 2018.

The renaming came into effect on 1 January 2011.

signed into law   (firmado en ley)

It was signed into law by George W. Bush in 2004.

Of the 320 bills introduced, 88 were signed into law.

It was signed into law by the governor on September 5.

taken into account   (tenido en cuenta)

This is not taken into account by the above table.

Then (the expression for δ is taken into account).

Qualifying rounds are not taken into account.

take into account   (tener en cuenta)

Such analyses do not take into account future reserve growth.

Brock did not take into account that Little Rock is a small city.

The BMI also fails to take into account loss of height through ageing.

came into force   (vino a la fuerza)

It came into force in those nations ratifying it.

The Convention came into force in December 1969.

30, item 151), that came into force on that day.

came into existence   (llego a existir)

Vallikunnu Panchayath came into existence in 1962.

That day Sigma Phi Epsilon came into existence.

The park came into existence in December 1923.

taking into account   (teniendo en cuenta)

PSNR-HVS-M improves on PSNR-HVS by additionally taking into account visual masking.

These sites will be air-conditioned taking into account the comfort and safety of passengers.

Delegates make decisions as they think is best, taking into account technical criteria and consensus.

went into effect   (entró en vigor)

This change went into effect on January 1, 1907.

The measure went into effect on January 1, 2014.

The legislation went into effect on January 1, 2014.

came into contact   (entró en contacto)

Around 1900 she also came into contact with the nearby .

Through her husband she came into contact with Claude Lévi-Strauss.

There, Dollfuss came into contact with all branches of the industry.

taken into custody   (detenido)

Diab was taken into custody pending a bail hearing.

After a fight, the culprits are taken into custody.

Nigel escapes but Charlie is taken into custody.

went into exile   (se exilió)

NPA went into exile and continued work from Sweden.

In 1933 Brecht and Weigel went into exile in Denmark.

After the war he went into exile in the Soviet Union.

divided into several   (dividido en varios)

The building was divided into several properties.

The Jardwadjali were divided into several hordes.

"L. mesenteroides" is divided into several subspecies.

taken into consideration   (tomado en consideración)

Some suggestions were rejected without even being taken into consideration.

Originality will have higher value and likely to be taken into consideration.

He hasn't taken into consideration Woody's penchant for anything made of wood.

fell into disrepair   (cayó en mal estado)

Embassy Court gradually fell into disrepair.

It fell into disrepair and was destroyed by fire in 2010.

After the park was closed much of it fell into disrepair.

called into question   (cuestionado)

Therefore, that date has to be called into question.

The issue of AIM's security was called into question.

His very sanity had been called into question.

takes into account   (toma en cuenta)

It takes into account all aspects of life," she explains.

It takes into account the nonlinearity of the brain-to-body relationship.

The MPR only takes into account the microscopic particles between 0.3 and 1 µm.

came into conflict   (entró en conflicto)

Most of the family, including Eleanor's children, came into conflict with Sibila.

In 1942, for the first time in his life, Sperati came into conflict with the law.

When groups came into conflict, the victor often appropriated the loser's property.

fell into disuse   (cayó en desuso)

The garden then fell into disuse for thirty years.

It fell into disuse after Renville's death in 1846.

Trafalgar Cemetery fell into disuse after 1814.

came into use   (entró en uso)

The term "Cottonopolis" came into use in about 1870.

The name also came into use by samurai as a title, .

The Rural Telephone system came into use around 1909.

entered into force   (entró a la fuerza)

The treaty entered into force on 8 September 1947.

The Treaty of Liège entered into force in 2017.

The 1974 Convention entered into force on 3 May 1980.

put into service   (poner en servicio)

The HNLMS "Walrus" was put into service two years later.

It was put into service for experimental combat duty in 2003.

"Shannon" was quickly put into service.

sworn into office   (jurado en el cargo)

Valencia was sworn into office on January 25, 2017.

Lozano was sworn into office on December 1, 2010.

Scolese was sworn into office on August 5, 2019.

went into hiding   (se escondió)

Yoon herself went into hiding during that period.

Pule immediately went into hiding to avoid capture.

As the response team arrived, Ángela went into hiding.

come into contact   (entrar en contacto)

do the two substances come into contact with each other.

Persons who come into contact with corpses are ritually impure.

This poison can be fatal to humans or other marine organisms that come into contact it.

put into operation   (poner en funcionamiento)

In 1981, Yak-42 aircraft was put into operation.

The CD was put into operation in January 1942.

It was put into operation on August 31, 2012.

went into production   (entró en producción)

The film went into production the week of April 30.

"The Puppy Episode" went into production on March 7.

"The Common Law" went into production in mid-April 1931.

put into place   (poner en su lugar)

This campaign ended before it was put into place, with his assassination.

The new version was put into place and then seemed to have been withdrawn.

In 1998, a new system was put into place called the Bowl Championship Series.

translated into several   (traducido a varios)

They have been translated into several languages.

and have been translated into several languages.

The books are translated into several languages.

put into effect   (poner en efecto)

Its recommendations were only put into effect after the Stockade.

As bishop he put into effect the reforming decrees of the Council of Trent.

On November 28, 1966 a constitution was created, signed, and put into effect.

forced into exile   (forzado al exilio)

He was soon forced into exile by Naaba Wobgo.

Morcar was confirmed as earl and Tostig forced into exile.

However, Lubomirski was forced into exile.

went into decline   (entró en declive)

Attendances went into decline during the 1970s and 80s.

New use of these products went into decline with the company.

After these early successes Fox's paddling went into decline.

went into administration   (entró en la administración)

The club went into administration six years later.

On 29 May 2009 the company went into administration.

The shipyard went into administration in August 2013.

went into business   (entró en el negocio)

He went into business with his friend Rikoll Eide.

He also went into business for himself as a landscaper.

Thorne went into business with his uncle Timothy Ruggles.

fallen into disrepair   (caído en mal estado)

By the mid-1880s, the bridge had fallen into disrepair.

The Citadel has fallen into disrepair over the centuries.

By this time, the Front Palace had again badly fallen into disrepair.

translated into many   (traducido a muchos)

His verse was also translated into many languages.

His poems have been translated into many languages.

Her works have been translated into many languages.

went into receivership   (entró en quiebra)

The line went into receivership from 1875 to 1900.

put into practice   (poner en práctica)

However, it was not always put into practice.

Some of the Bruce Report initiatives were put into practice; others were not.

Such was the theory which Schweitzer sought to put into practice in his own life.

sent into training   (enviado a entrenamiento)

The colt was sent into training with Todd Pletcher.

The colt was sent into training with Horace A.

She was sent into training with Joseph Lieux.

went into liquidation   (entró en liquidación)

The company went into liquidation in February 1971.

In 2008, TV Network went into liquidation.

Rabbit went into liquidation around the same time Imagine had problems.

passed into law   (aprobado en ley)

However, these two bills were never passed into law.

The Act was passed into law on April 21, 1851.

California's Reader Privacy Act was passed into law in 2011.

come into effect   (entrará en vigor)

To come into effect, it must be ratified by the new parliament.

The new plates are expected to come into effect in September 2018.

bill into law   (proyecto de ley)

The governor signed the bill into law on March 9.

Rick Scott signed the bill into law on March 9.

pressed into service   (presionado en servicio)

Even the castle ruins have been pressed into service as a book shop!

LZ 11, LZ 13, and LZ 17 were pressed into service for the German Army.

He was a bystander physician who was pressed into service during the assassination.

put into production   (poner en producción)

The first line was put into production in April 1941.

The D.XI was not put into production.

Also in mid-2014, the flagship LaFerrari was put into production.

sold into slavery   (vendido como esclavo)

About 50,000 Carthaginians were sold into slavery.

The rest, about fifty-three thousand, were sold into slavery.

According to the legend, they were instead sold into slavery.

went into service   (entró en servicio)

In spring 2006 this new antenna went into service.

This facility went into service on January 1, 1967.

It went into service in 1968 and ran until 1984.

ran into financial   (se topó con financiera)

The firm soon ran into financial difficulties.

The firm had ran into financial debt of over £200,000.

In the 1970s the institute ran into financial difficulties.

comes into contact   (entra en contacto)

He comes into contact for the first time with the underside of society.

The sap can cause irritation if it comes into contact with human skin or eyes.

The rostral scale usually comes into contact with more than 2 internasal scales.

went into partnership   (entró en sociedad)

He went into partnership with Robert Clarke in 1848.

It was purchased in 1910 by W. Hancock who went into partnership with S.W.

In the late 1980s, Thorne went into partnership with Bournemouth Borough Council.

take into consideration   (tomar en consideración)

The dictionaries were the first to take into consideration the users maturity level.

As stewards of our faith, adults have a responsibility to take into consideration the concerns of youth.

The United Nations Public Service Awards take into consideration a geographical distribution of five regions.

taking into consideration   (tomando en consideración)

But, taking into consideration the relations between China and the Soviet Union at that time, this was not said publicly."

The brit is performed on the eighth day from the baby's birth, taking into consideration that according to the Jewish calendar, the day begins at the sunset of the day before.

Above and Beyond a reasoned vineyard management, Duval-Leroy has developed a precise program of wine growing taking into consideration environmental and statutory constraints.

took into account   (tomo en cuenta)

If plans took into account neglected groups, the cost would be higher.

The Eastern High Court's original fines took into account the repeated warning the association had been given.

As Gorbachev himself declared:  “The new thinking took into account and absorbed the conclusions and demands of .

burst into flames   (estallar en llamas)

The hall burst into flames and was evacuated.

His half-track was hit and burst into flames.

The aircraft immediately exploded and burst into flames.

come into play   (ven a jugar)

Yet mechanical methods also come into play.

Skynet would also come into play as the series progresses.

Other AA Bde HQs would come into play as the Army advanced.

come into force   (entrar en vigencia)

This project will come into force in a few months time.

The Optional Protocol required ten ratifications to come into force.

fallen into disuse   (caído en desuso)

The concept has fallen into disuse in Australia.

The other codes have mostly fallen into disuse.

This early engine design has mostly fallen into disuse.

sent into exile   (enviado al exilio)

In 1941, the Nazis arrested him and he was sent into exile.

Those who refused were sent into exile.

Andocides was found guilty, and sent into exile for the fourth time.

go into hiding   (esconderse)

and death threats forced Bhatti to go into hiding.

He advised the Jews of Athens to flee or go into hiding.

De Jonge heard about the arrest but refused to go into hiding.

came into operation   (entró en funcionamiento)

Thus, CSIR came into operation on 26 September 1942.

The second battery came into operation in 1952.

It came into operation as of 10 April 1986.

went into operation   (entró en funcionamiento)

This conversion went into operation on 1 April 1896.

The second alternator went into operation at Haiku in 1949.

This line went into operation in 1969.

divided into ten   (dividido en diez)

The teams were divided into ten groups of four teams each.

The scheme comprises ten classes, each divided into ten divisions, each having ten sections.

The main biomes of Canada are: Canada is divided into ten provinces and three territories.

come into existence   (entrar en existencia)

The ward will come into existence on May 3, 2018.

Four Forane divisions have come into existence out of this church.

In her view letter writing as an art "has only just come into existence".

back into service   (de nuevo en servicio)

Unit 3 entered back into service on 3 March 2009.

The warehouse was put back into service the following day.

However, in 1961 it was fully restored and put back into service.

come into conflict   (entrar en conflicto)

Where bears raid crops or attack livestock, they may come into conflict with humans.

They sometimes come into conflict with local retail businesses that serve non-members.

While there, they again come into conflict with a rival gang and Rabbit stabs one of them.

entered into negotiations   (entró en negociaciones)

He entered into negotiations with the British and Soviets.

O'Connor entered into negotiations with both the Soninke and the Marabouts.

The representatives of the noblemen and the rebels entered into negotiations in early July.

translated into more   (traducido a más)

It has been translated into more than 65 languages.

It has been translated into more than ten languages.

They have been translated into more than thirteen languages.

coming into contact   (entrar en contacto)

Doorstops are simple devices used to prevent a door from coming into contact with another object (typically a wall).

Rituals were performed as a precaution after coming into contact with colonial forces, for fear that they may be evil spirits.

He also had a cousin, Ype Wenning, who was a well known Frisian painter, thus coming into contact with painting at an early age.

entry into force   (entrada en vigor)

India's declaration came after the entry into force of the CWC that created the OPCW.

After the entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon in 2009 the pillar structure ceased to exist.

Since the HCOC's entry into force, sixteen Conferences of Subscribing States of the HCOC have been held.

go into effect   (entrar en vigencia)

The United States followed with its own prohibition, to go into effect in 1808.

To go into effect, it would have to be approved by the New York State Legislature.

These new regulations go into effect 15 months after publication in the Federal Register.

split into several   (dividido en varios)

The film is split into several sections identified by dates.

In the 20th century, algebraic geometry split into several subareas.

Along their length, the Andes are split into several ranges, separated by intermediate depressions.

divided into different   (dividido en diferentes)

BUNDjugend was founded in 1984 and is divided into different state organizations.

"L. glaucus" belongs to a group that can be divided into different numbers of species.

It is divided into different yards based on the product like Mirchi Yard, Cotton Yard etc.

came into power   (llegó al poder)

In 1933, Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party came into power in Germany.

The Fundamental Principles constitution came into power on 22 April 1980.

The outlaw Eamon De Valera came into power and refused to pay the annuity.

go into exile   (exiliarse)

The democratic leaders were permitted to go into exile.

Acts of aggression can become so intense that targeted dolphins sometimes go into exile after losing a fight.

Early in 1189, the emperor gave Henry the Lion a choice to accompany him on the Third Crusade or go into exile.

born into slavery   (nacido en la esclavitud)

Greeley was born into slavery in Hannibal, Missouri.

Saunders was born into slavery in Delaware around 1793.

Saxon was born into slavery in Columbia, South Carolina.

converted into apartments   (convertido en apartamentos)

The house was converted into apartments in 1898.

The building has since been converted into apartments.

put into use   (poner en uso)

The building was then put into use as Estonia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

This flag was put into use on 1 October 1924 and was flown until 30 July 1951.

In 1932, the department was using vehicles and had the first radios put into use.

came into possession   (entró en posesión)

After her death, the castle came into possession of the baron.

Afterwards, it came into possession of Benjamin F. Joslyn, an arms manufacturer.

In 1498 the castle came into possession of the sheriff of Heerlen, Diederick van Pallandt.

put into action   (poner en marcha)

He ruled that the law could not be put into action.

It is not long before they are put into action.

Battlecruisers were put into action again during World War II, and only one survived to the end.

divided into smaller   (dividido en más pequeño)

Stages can be divided into smaller stratigraphic units called chronozones.

cannot be divided into smaller parts) and thus forms the extreme end of a line is a point.

To prevent over grazing along the route the pioneers divided into smaller traveling groups.

translated into other   (traducido a otro)

The manga has also been translated into other languages.

Much of his work has been translated into other languages.

Popular in their day, many were translated into other languages.

go into production   (entrar en producción)

The film is planned to go into production in 2018.

Hy-wire did not go into production.

Francis stated that the show was set to go into production in January 2015.

ran into trouble   (se metió en problemas)

However, he ran into trouble off the field.

Immediately, Bane's nomination ran into trouble for three reasons.

Kim struck out the side in the eighth, but ran into trouble in the ninth.

fell into decline   (cayó en declive)

The salt industries fell into decline.

Over the centuries, the abbey fell into decline and disrepair.

After the fall of the Tang dynasty, Jingye Temple fell into decline.

divided into sections   (dividido en secciones)

The property has been divided into sections.

In anatomical sources, the aorta is usually divided into sections.

The text is divided into sections, called "prakāśas" which include:

fell into ruin   (cayó en la ruina)

The Abbey fell into ruin after the Reformation.

As a result, her nation fell into ruin and she was killed.

It fell into ruin in the 17th century following fire in 1645.

went into action   (entró en acción)

The two fighter squadrons went into action in August, with 89 Polish pilots.

The 25th Armoured Assault Brigade first went into action at the crossing of the Senio on 9 April 1945.

The 12th US Infantry Regiment lost 54 killed, 102 wounded and 56 missing out of 470 who went into action.

went into bankruptcy   (entró en bancarrota)

In 2009, Woolworth GMBH went into bankruptcy.

It went into bankruptcy in 2001.

The JT&KW went into bankruptcy in 1893 and was operated by a receiver until 1899.

divided into many   (dividido en muchos)

Over the centuries, Christianity has divided into many denominations.

The Dwight-Englewood Student Government is divided into many initiatives.

Within Poland, from 1177 onward, Silesia was divided into many smaller duchies.

entered into partnership   (entró en sociedad)

In 2016, the college has entered into partnership with Yunus Center of Dhaka at the premise of Grameen Bank.

In 1798, he entered into partnership with William Allen to form the pharmaceutical company of Allen and Howard.

In 1792, Baird entered into partnership with Francis Morgan, whose daughter Sophia he had married in June 1794.

enacted into law   (promulgada en ley)

8300, which was enacted into law as the Internal Revenue Code of 1954.

The name change needed to be enacted into law by the Florida Legislature.

Before a proposal is enacted into law, it must be confirmed by the President of Finland.

forced into retirement   (forzado a la jubilación)

Both he and Senna were forced into retirement.

Rupp was forced into retirement in March 1972, at the age of 70.

He was recalled back to Japan in late-1939 and forced into retirement.

came into prominence   (entró en prominencia)

In 1900 he came into prominence over the case known as the Taff Vale judgment.

During this period another Serbian club came into prominence, VK Bečej, which won 6 out of 15 editions.

The dog came into prominence as a puppy, when he won Ireland's oldest coursing event, the Tipperary Cup.

comes into play   (entra en juego)

Here also parametrised KAM theory comes into play.

Memory comes into play in at least two ways.

This differs when gender comes into play.

game into overtime   (juego en tiempo extra)

Virginia attempted a two-point conversion to send the game into overtime.

Liquid sent the game into overtime, but EnVyUs was able to finally clean up in triple overtime.

He also scored 27 points against Iowa, including a buzzer beating three to send the game into overtime.

coming into force   (entrar en vigor)

The Association sought a judicial review of the fixed fees regime to try and stop it coming into force.

In 1649 he made good use of the five weeks' grace before the coming into force of restrictions upon the import of foreign goods.

the role of the EU in securing the ratification and coming into force of the Kyoto Protocol despite opposition from the United States.

divided into twelve   (dividido en doce)

Baku is divided into twelve administrative raions and 48 townships.

The city is divided into twelve wards; each ward is represented by one councillor.

The book is divided into twelve sections: Single sentence aphorisms on a variety of topics.

brought into use   (puesto en uso)

Two additional turbo-alternators were brought into use in 1909.

New elevated platforms were brought into use from 19 October 2013.

In 1673, a new mark was brought into use which had a diameter of between 13 and 14 mm.

insight into how   (comprensión de cómo)

They offer insight into how dinosaurs lived and evolved.

This gives you a much better insight into how his mind worked, I think."

This gave Vergara insight into how a multi-level company profits and expands into other countries.

got into trouble   (se metio en problemas)

Classmates remembered him as a quiet student who never got into trouble.

As a young man, he got into trouble with the law and was arrested several times.

Ford set the Dodgers down in order in the first inning, but got into trouble in the second inning.

went into private   (entró en privado)

He then went into private practice.

In 1975, Jefferson went into private legal practice in Houston, Texas.

With the end of the conflict in May 1865, Jones went into private business.