"polite" Portuguese translation
In that debate, efforts were made to maintain a polite, friendly tone across party boundaries.
They're hiring them to get it done, get it on budget, be polite, and they're missing out on the real value of an architect.
It would have been polite.
If I were being less polite I might say that the Committee on Budgetary Control is interfering in matters outside its sphere of competence. It should please stop doing so.
That's the politest description I have for them.
It must be something more than just polite chit-chat.
Today we are not offering the Council a polite suggestion; instead, we are calling for clear, strict and responsible rules.
I am always polite.
There comes a time when polite conversation is actually a form of deceit, and I believe that we are at that point now in relation to Iran.
Just simply asking the Commission to be on time is all very well but not very polite, especially when the Commissioner told you that he left the Commission meeting.
In Florence, however, the response of the European Council was polite but cool.
But all this will be no more than a polite formality unless politicians at all levels, both European and national, make up their minds to act.
The Commissioner present on this occasion, however, who had obviously made a considerable effort and was very polite - since he is responsible for publicity - had no idea about the subject matter.
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Context sentences for "polite" in Portuguese
This is referred to by the polite euphemism of a 'democratic deficit' .
This is referred to by the polite euphemism of a 'democratic deficit '.
Even though the language of the Court of Auditors is polite, the criticism is devastating.
I'd look in your eyes and I'd cry... and I'd feel all this stuff and that's not polite.
And my hosts in Pakistan said, "Look, don't be too polite to us.
And it is not very polite to interrupt a colleague while he is speaking.
Sometimes it's just a polite formula, but in congratulating Mrs Reding today I mean every word I say.
I read about myself in polite journals that I am loquacious.
The European Parliament wanted a binding directive rather than polite recommendations.
Culture being about listening to one another, I assure you that at times we are not always very polite.
So I think that is a misunderstanding on his part - to be polite to him.
You were right, but you were excessively polite.
Mr President, I would like to make a personal statement, given your extremely polite reference.
Polite requests or punishment: you have a choice.
That was not a point of order, but we allowed it because Mrs in 't Veld was so polite in her request to take the floor.
But I do not want that conference to be just a polite conference; I want it to be a dynamic event.
I appreciate that the Commissioner is being polite and diplomatic, but will he not give an opinion on paragraph 10 of the report?
Moreover, I myself am a polite person and I did not even look out of the window: I came to the Chamber and condemned the incident.
Polite rivalry and sporting ideals have now been sullied by athletes' intense efforts to win and distinguish themselves.
We are being far too polite.
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