"ratchet" French translation
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Usage examples for "ratchet" in French
EMU represents a serious ratcheting up of European powers in all areas.
There is no clear requirement to continue as it is intended to ratchet down the limits of release.
Thirdly, sanctions should be imposed incrementally, with a gradual ratcheting up of the pressure.
It has ratcheted up the debt over the course of its mandate to something in the order of $30 billion.
Revenue Canada has in turn taken it one ratchet up with the tax money from our pockets and these people's pockets.
One certainly is not terribly interested in indexation and all of the ratcheting up that might be going on simultaneously.
When the author was taken to Waterford Police Station on 28 June 1990, the ratchet knife was missing from the key ring.
This development in the past few months has ratcheted up tension in the region to a new height, exacerbating the humanitarian crisis.
The United States has done its part to back up its words with actions that will serve to ratchet up pressure on the regime.
Can the Council and Commission look at the step-by-step ratcheting-up of pressure that can be built into a new, revised human rights clause?
Private sector forecasts of Canadian economic growth have been consistently ratcheted down over the last nine months.
All that it has done over the course of the period of the premiership of Mr. Harris has been to ratchet up the debt by $20 billion to $30 billion.
Other provisions relate to freezing of existing regulatory regimes and ratcheting (automatically locking in any liberalization, e.g. United States FTAs).
Furthermore, she testified that the author usually carried a ratchet knife on a key ring, and that he had done so on the morning of 27 June 1990.
By the end of November, the New York Times was reporting that the rebels had been “sharply ratcheting up attacks”, which in turn was preventing relief work.
One has to make cuts to health care and education and one has to ratchet up the debt.
Why should they be grateful for a government that continues to ratchet up the tax burden faster than income growth?
Air Canada made a decision that it wanted to enter into the bidding process with Canadian and, in fact, ratcheted up the price of Canadian, but it is a private company.
Mr. Speaker, last month the finance minister said that Canada risked falling back into a deficit so we had to keep taxes ratcheted up high.
We have managed to control inflation, ratcheting down inflation from 12.5 per cent to 7.3 per cent a year, with forecasts for next year of 4 per cent.
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