"cliché" Spanish translation
The second great cliché is that Europe would have held out, but was abandoned by Japan.
Minister, Québec Ministry of Culture and Communications David CLICHE.
I know it is an old cliché often raised in this House but we have put almost ECU 1bn into tobacco growing, ostensibly for employment protection.
Synonyms (Spanish) for "cliché":
Usage examples for "cliché" in Spanish
We need to combat ignorance and outmoded clichés about gender roles.
Saying this has become a cliché, but this time it happens to be true.
I am not particularly impressed by this report which is full of clichés.
He could have quoted a number of other clichés, but they are only clichés because they are true.
It is a cliché now to state that human rights are indivisible.
We are therefore not talking about clichés, but about reality.
What then is this new cliché about ‘ European Partnership’?
There are mass media broadcasts, false images and bad clichés about the everyday life of those countries.
In any case, misogynistic clichés should soon be seen as ridiculous relics of times that are no more.
We have a great deal of responsibility, and we cannot keep on repeating the cliché about two peoples and two states.
The answer is, two things, a few clichés and a reprieve.
I do not think that that is a mere cliché, because in my view it represents the crux of the difference between us at this time.
In those areas we need more Europe and not more nation state or even lower levels, with these clichés about subsidiarity.
The clichés are piling up.
Secondly, it is a cliché to say that small- and medium-size enterprises are the backbone of the European economy.
In that case we would have nothing left at all, because we would have no plan and economic and social cohesion would be an empty cliché.
First of all there are those clichés about world trade leading to growth, stability, and of course peace.
Furthermore, the usual cliché of linking the funding of fisheries agreements to prior cost-benefit analyses is not practical at this stage.
Misogynistic clichés, being a substantial obstacle to equal treatment for both genders, can and must be combated.
I will now use a tremendous cliché truism - 'our greatest resource in the European Union is our people '.
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