Translation of obstacle in Spanish:

obstacle

obstáculo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɑbstək(ə)l//ˈɒbstək(ə)l/

noun

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    obstáculo masculine
    he had to overcome many obstacles to get to the top tuvo que vencer / superar / salvar muchos obstáculos para llegar arriba
    • lack of money need not be an obstacle la falta de dinero no tiene por qué ser un obstáculo / una dificultad / un impedimento
    • he was the only obstacle between us and the contract él era el único obstáculo que nos separaba del contrato
    • he put as many obstacles in my path as he could me puso todas las dificultades / todos los obstáculos que pudo en el camino
    • obstacle to sth/sb obstáculo para algo/algn
    • lack of training was no obstacle to him su falta de preparación no era un obstáculo / un impedimento para él
    • There are obstacles to clear, one is clearly transport, but that is achievable.
    • One obstacle to the dissemination of apparatus for clear, critical thinking is the media.
    • He said the religious site was just one of several obstacles blocking a peace deal.
    • The grass was really long and there were a few obstacles to clear as we went.
    • Their biggest obstacle is the difficulty in finding enough local craftsmen to carry out the work.
    • But even if we adopt your vision, there are some serious obstacles to making it a reality.
    • He added that it was the current transport ministers who were obstacles to further progress.
    • Resistance is the process of avoiding change and is a major obstacle to progress.
    • Developers see the bill as an obstacle, as a compliance cost, and as a source of delay.
    • To look ahead is to identify a worrying number of obstacles between Scotland and the World Cup finals.
    • They are not likely to prevent a determined terrorist group finding ways around these obstacles.
    • The device will help to overcome one of the most difficult obstacles in military operations.
    • It has been a silent process that has been quietly putting obstacles on the road to peace.
    • He spoke on all the groundwork that goes into a project and the obstacles to overcome.
    • The social and cultural obstacles to accelerated economic growth are immense.
    • The riders have to clear 12 obstacles on the course within a specific time limit.
    • He and his board have struggled valiantly to keep the club going, despite facing major obstacles.
    • All you have to do is tell us how many obstacles the competitors will face in Saturday's Marathon event.
    • None of the fences will have guard rails and the obstacles have been approved by the Jockey Club.
    • We should sustain this process and not give up if there are some obstacles en route.