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"hardly" traduzione italiano
The Commission's statement makes hardly any reference to the transport sector.
But Mr Martens, he is hardly here, he does not know all about it yet.
Inadequacies and grey areas are hardly mentioned.
That is hardly mentioned in the report.
This is hardly ever discussed.
No reaction or reply is hardly ever forthcoming when you abuse or lay into it.
While you can hardly move, they're running around having all kinds of fun.
The European Union could subsidise Kosovo for ever and hardly notice it.
Moreover, the major dossiers were hardly surveyed by the European Union.
The computer, invented by Konrad Zuse, is hardly produced in the European Union any more.
One can hardly imagine a more selfish attitude.
An exponential increase in activities is expected within a financial framework which has seen hardly any arithmetical growth.
Unless these are faithfully observed, fraternal fellowship and evangelical perfection can hardly be achieved in a manner proper to the
Mr President, the youngest generation can hardly imagine a continent rent asunder and the permanent threat of war between East and West.
His lawyers have scarcely been given access to him, the national security court hardly seems the most appropriate place to be holding the
A special working party was set up, in which, I believe, we all worked very hard and very well together, and in which we tried to give Mr...
... hard to deny themselves consensus.
Those are the two hardest and costliest parts of making a car.
Basel II should not, then, result in finance becoming harder to come by or more expensive.
A number of speakers have rightly pointed out that there are cheaper ways of making CO2 avoidable, and there can hardly be any dispute about that.
Attempts to support the defence industry using State aid costs money and makes it harder to maintain the right quantitative level on defence.
We worked very hard to get the smog reduction happening here in Los Angeles.
We must work just as hard as in the past and face future challenges together.
And then there's another kind of thing that you might study, and you study that hard.
This is a bit like ambition and drive -- I'm going to do that. I'm going to work hard.
Both countries have worked hard and they have achieved enormous progress so far.
The hard way, by which I mean budget consolidation, is the right one, and, suddenly, we are unwilling to expect our governments to take it.
Fifthly, those Member States particularly hard-hit could have a derogation.
We will work hard with the Member States to ensure an active and ambitious follow-up.
We achieved an agreement which is worth having, and I worked hard for it.
Denmark is one of those countries in which healthy, competent shipyards will be hard hit.
Also, it's not about that, only about that. ~~~ You also have to work really, really hard.
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Esempi di utilizzo "hardly" in Italiano
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