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"confused" traduzione spagnolo
Neither should it be confused with a kind of anti-European sentiment.
The immunity which we enjoy as MEPs must not be confused with impunity.
I am still confused about the situation in relation to mince.
The committee was disconcerted, surprised, confused by this, and therefore rejected my amendment.
I described her as the most confused woman in Europe and still believe that is the best description of her.
Mr Watson, you, and some others with you, were momentarily confused.
However, he has also confused the factors within his own country.
Perhaps the translation has confused the issue somewhat.
But I have the impression that this has sometimes confused two separate issues - additionality and cofinancing.
Fact and fiction have been confused here.
I am more confused now that I have heard the Commissioner than I was before.
Mr President, this was a very long confused report with 178 amendments in committee.
The procedure whereby decisions are taken is confused and vague.
This report seems to me to be redundant, long-winded, confused and lacking in accuracy in the terms used.
To conclude, owing to its general nature, paragraph 40 seems to be the result of a confused political agreement.
So I’ll just sit there, dazed and confused by the cascading rectangles that spread out before my eyes like a deck of playing cards...
The first part of our amendment is very confused because of technical hitches.
Mr President, I am sorry to interrupt this debate, but I am somewhat confused.
I think that will be much simpler, since otherwise we shall produce something very confused.
Without this, it risks becoming the confused expression of individual interests.
It seems to me that the situation really is very confused.
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confluence · confluent · conformation · conformed · conformism · conformist · conformity · confrontation · Confucian · Confucianism · confused · confusing · confusion · confutation · congealment · congeneric · congenial · congenital · conger-eel · congested · congestion