Translation of side issue in Spanish:

side issue

tema secundario, n.

noun

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    tema secundario masculine
    • This will be a side issue at this week's talks, however.
    • At least with the expectations gap we seem to have come around - almost entirely - to embrace what the public expected all along: placing fraud considerations at the heart of the audit, rather than just as a side issue.
    • Although I will not discuss my personal beliefs on that point, I think it is important to note that any issue other than this, raised by either side, is a side issue with no real bearing on the subject.
    • ‘Recalling of parliament is a side issue,’ he declared.
    • Unless the group can find a way back quickly, most analysts now see its days as an independent pharmaceutical group as numbered and whether he gets his generous bonus or not is a side issue.
    • A side issue here concerns the connection between these distinctions and moral realism.
    • Supporters under the illusion that a new stadium is a side issue for the club should have had their thoughts brought into focus by the crisis of the unpaid tax bill.
    • One side issue will not be able to distract the challenger.
    • As a side issue, would the claimants be entitled to attend the court, and would that then entitle them to some kind of residency status?
    • He is a high-profile public figure, but that was a side issue in the investigation.
    • The statistical wrangle over the effectiveness of helmets is actually a side issue; what we need people in authority to understand is that cycle helmets inevitably damage public health.
    • Otherwise, however, he skimps on coverage of this important issue, giving it less than two pages, and boxing it as a side issue.
    • The captaincy is very much a side issue at this stage.
    • Yet money is a side issue for Barnes: neither he nor his fellow coaches get paid.
    • However, we cannot continue to treat low farm incomes as simply a side issue in the development of industry policy.
    • But his buffoonery was a side issue to his brutality and murderous tastes.
    • Meanwhile, the whole of this ideal, though an essential part of Catholic idealism when it is understood, is in some ways entirely a side issue.
    • But that really is a side issue in this campaign, if we're talking substance.
    • It's a side issue, but it could shine a light on how stockbrokers go about their business.
    • But that is a side issue to the questions I was trying to raise and get feedback on.