"slight" German translation
If this is regarded as a slight on my very good friend Elmar Brok, the chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, I apologise to him too.
As far as Tunisia is concerned, the pretexts put forward in the motion for a resolution are flimsy and the evidence slight.
Even the slightest hint of color on the underbelly of a cloud would inform them and help them navigate with the keenest accuracy.
The percentage of people in work has risen from 63 % to 64 %, which represents a slight improvement.
With all technology of that type there is probably a danger - albeit slight - of an accident.
Enlargement will not affect this situation at all, and neither will immigration, although it may have a slight influence on this process.
Are there any objections to us accepting this slight amendment to the agenda, namely postponing the vote on this report to tomorrow noon
This is how the ad ran throughout the world; Germany made one slight change in the ad.
I can assure you, the thirst of the Heads of State and of Government for European democracy in Amsterdam was, God knows, very slight.
The thirst for European democracy, for a basic social order in Europe, for ecological progress, must have been very slight to make the
In all future decisions, the slightest risk must be eliminated.
Did Mr Sharon make the slightest political gesture?
We are seeing a slight fall in the number of those killed and injured on the roads.
Colleagues should also note that there has been a slight change in the approach.
I say this with a slight undertone of warning, I do not say threat, but warning.
I have a slight office supply addiction, but that's another talk.
The closure of DRCM, and the effect of paying back outside investor interests, had a slight negative impact on revenues.
There is a risk, albeit a slight one, but it cannot be ignored.
There will only be a slight increase in demand.
Growth is slight, and outgoings and income are clearly below the limits of members ' costs.
The risk of becoming infected with BSE in Europe today is considerably less, very slight indeed, although there are no guarantees.
On the basis of the legislation which is currently in force, it seems likely that the impact of liberalisation will be slight indeed.
Synonyms (English) for "slight":
Usage examples for "slight" in German
slide-ining · slided-in · slider · sliders · slides · slideshow · slideshows · sliding · slier · sliest · slight · slighted · slighter · slightest · slighting · slightly · slightness · slights · slily · slim · slime
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