"commonplace" Spanish translation
Attacks are commonplace and we are reminded of the murder squads of a few years ago, as Mr Newens said.
Common sense is not necessarily the most commonplace quality in the world.
The special situation it was in at the start of the 1980s is now becoming rather commonplace.
It is a commonplace of European rhetoric that we are formed by our inheritance from Greece and Rome.
In my explanation of vote I would like to show that this one track-minded commonplace, dwelt on continuously, is actually an optical illusion.
Firstly, it contains a series of commonplaces.
Profit for the procurers, for the pornographers, for the travel agents who organize and market sex tourism, even to the extent of making it almost commonplace.
What is important is the incentive to promote energy saving, partly through the somewhat commonplace form, of the efficient distribution and economical use of water resources.
Furthermore, there are also cases where the course of events shows that there is no longer any reason to make a public service out of what has become a commonplace and everyday activity.
Mr President, Commissioner, ladies and gentlemen, it is a commonplace to say that our heritage and its protection are crucial components of European identity, a commonplace but true, nonetheless.
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Usage examples for "commonplace" in Spanish
Even today, in our civilised societies, discriminatory practices remain commonplace.
Floods in my country are commonplace, but they are caused by heavy rainfall.
It shows that thinking about energy savings has now become a commonplace.
Events this summer gave an indication of the chaos that could soon be commonplace.
One of the many worrying signs is that assaults against minorities have become commonplace.
Attacks targeted at Albanian villages and civilians are commonplace.
Stoning to death, amputation of limbs, floggings and torture are commonplace.
In the developing countries, it is commonplace for populations whose
What was a daring idea in 1960 is commonplace today.
To speak of striking the right balance has become a commonplace.
That would mark the beginning of a process that would both spread radioactivity and make it a commonplace phenomenon.
Granted, this text may seem commonplace at first sight, but it takes on great meaning in the light of topical events.
Forced labour and torture are commonplace.
That reciprocal effect is by no means commonplace at present.
Today, such discrimination has been made commonplace by the Schengen Convention and by communitising policy on migration.
Buzzwords such as broad-band networks, ISDN, Internet, Intranet, telematics in communications, etc., are commonplace now.
The bottom line, I believe, is that everything is now ready for the use of genetic engineering in food to become commonplace.
For years the Serbs have been torturing Albanian men and women and arrests have been commonplace.
Mr President, on the eve of the year 2000, it is commonplace to hear of the need to breathe new life into Europe.
Book burning is a commonplace.
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