"suddenly" French translation
Does that mean that NATO will suddenly move in and bomb these people?
We were not putting that forward but you suddenly moved to the vote.
The situation constituting an emergency must arise “suddenly”.
In 1995, the policy had suddenly changed, without warning and without a clearly stated declaration.
When the policemen signalled to the woman what was going on the two men suddenly jumped off the tram.
Do the right answers suddenly come to her by the grace of the Holy Spirit?
It is not because this government suddenly cares about military justice.
Do we suddenly have to add this to the tasks of the European Union?
A State might suddenly decide to exclude all trade receivables.
But we fail to understand why he has suddenly developed such an admiration for trade preferences.
One day waste is of no value, but suddenly the next day it is very valuable.
The Commission is not wont, moreover, to do what you are suddenly accusing it of.
Canadians will suddenly wake up startled, wondering what is going on.
The minute the situation suddenly improves, young people are the first to find a job.
He was a highly respected man who died suddenly in difficult circumstances.
Suddenly the child was shot dead and the father was wounded, in a state of shock.
Let us not say that Parliament is suddenly completely in the clear over this.
I do not wish to suggest that we should suddenly have to fork out this money.
I notice that the New Democratic member for Winnipeg North Centre has suddenly fallen silent.
In 1995, Mrs. Lim's parents in the Republic of Korea died suddenly.
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Usage examples for "suddenly" in French
sucked · sucker · sucking · suckling · suction · sudamina · Sudan · Sudanese · sudation · sudden · suddenly · suddenness · Sudentenland · sudoku · sudor · sudorific · Sudovian · suds · sued · suede · suet
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