"revolutionize" Danish translation
Over the past 30 years the satellite sector has undergone a veritable revolution.
Mr President, Mrs Theato is proposing institutional revolution for a twofold reason.
So the quiet revolution, Mr Van Velzen, is taking on quite a political momentum.
The advent of electronic money is as big a revolution as the single currency itself.
The Hébertistes were xenophobes during the French Revolution; Blanqui was a xenophobe.
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Usage examples for "revolutionize" in Danish
The use of this medium will revolutionize society as we know it.
Obviously, microbicides could revolutionise AIDS prevention throughout the world.
The euro is going to revolutionize the European economy.
But if we want to change this situation we have to revolutionize the way driving schools function.
We could revolutionise the world.
The increasingly more extensive and varied circulation of synthetic drugs has completely revolutionized the narcotics scene.
Day one of the new single currency, which will revolutionise purchasing habits and consumer patterns, is 1 January 1999.
However, this plan does not revolutionise the system completely for the simple reason that we first need to give our incipient reforms a chance.
As regards electronic commerce, I believe that the new technologies which offer us new sales and distribution channels really will revolutionise the markets.
I fully acknowledge the courageous decisions taken by the Greek Government with a view to improving the public services situation and revolutionize the public contract system.
Madam President, ladies and gentlemen, President Prodi, the representatives of the Alleanza Nazionale have taken note of your declared intention to renew and revolutionise the Commission.
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