"devoid" Spanish translation
For the individual taxpayer, it exists solely on paper and is a mere mirage, devoid of substance.
In reality, the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction is no more than a simple data base, devoid of any operational value.
It mentions money, although none gets spent, and we can quite soberly describe this as inefficient, ineffective, and devoid of any solid legal basis.
I would emphasise that, in this context, we are concerned with both social and economic values and not, therefore, with a free-market economy devoid of ethical, moral and social values.
I do not wish to conceal, behind lengthy oratorical and diplomatic flights of fancy, my disappointment in this meeting of the Council which I found devoid of interest for the most part.
Synonyms (English) for "devoid":
Usage examples for "devoid" in Spanish
It is an anti-developmental budget, a budget devoid of social sensitivity,.
It is actually a vast zone devoid of oxygen, where the basic living organisms have died.
Open coordination of this kind is not necessarily devoid of obligation.
situation in which one's word is devoid of meaning and superficial to the point
and interpreted which frees from selfishness, from a love devoid of content
More importantly, thank you for addressing us in a language that was devoid of Eurospeak.
In this case, reposting would be devoid of financial interest.
There is talk of a 'Maastricht of pensions ', a slogan that, at first sight, is devoid of meaning.
Several conservancies are now completely devoid of wildlife.
The text clearly outlines the provisions of the regulation and is devoid of any legal jargon.
Your contribution this morning was devoid of Eurospeak.
These figures are devoid of any reality and any rigour.
Of course, this evolution must be unambiguous, and devoid of inconsistencies, paradoxes and procrastination.
The other benches are also exceptionally devoid of representative of the Member States this morning.
The Commission could be open to the accusation, indeed, that perhaps it prefers an IT sector devoid of content.
Mr President, the word 'federalism ' risks staying devoid of meaning if we do not make a basic choice.
Today, for the majority of us who live in Europe, European citizenship is still a concept that is devoid of meaning.
Our work and business culture must be a safety culture, but life and work can never be devoid of risk.
The call on Austria to take action in relation to freedom of movement is therefore devoid of any substance.
If a new concrete prison is built, this time devoid of windows, we have, to say the least, a problem.
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