"notoriously" Spanish translation
Structural colors are notoriously difficult to measure in a repeatable manner.
Consumer groups have pointed out that it is notoriously difficult to trace a disease back to the primary agricultural product.
Usage examples for "notoriously" in Spanish
Thus, the budget of the Socrates programme is notoriously inadequate.
Despite current growth, job creation in Europe is notoriously inadequate.
They are notoriously not the most widely travelled of people.
Asbestos is a notoriously dangerous material.
Those children have been forced back into the chain of prostitution, which notoriously serves a European clientele.
The social and economic indicators remain desperately in the red, with in particular a notoriously high rate of unemployment.
The ECB does nothing for the rate of the euro, which is notoriously overvalued, is a drain on our exports and still facilitates low-price imports.
I regard Friday as a normal working day just like all the rest, and I am extremely sorry that so many of our colleagues are notoriously absent.
There is also notoriously the law on protection of the republic under which criticism of government policy may be a criminal offence.
Cadmium is a notoriously poisonous heavy metal that disturbs microorganisms in the earth, making it difficult for plants to grow.
In principle, I take a positive view of such proposals, although it is notoriously difficult for us parliamentarians to relinquish power.
Mr President, Commissioner, the Climate Summit held recently in The Hague dealt with the requirements of the Kyoto Protocol, to notoriously meagre effect.
Nonetheless, in spite of notoriously scant resources, Portugal has been diverting important investigation and legal resources into a different objective: punishing illegal abortion.
Sunshine is a natural phenomenon that is notoriously difficult to legislate on, and some Member States of the European Union do not have very much of it at all.
However, it is a notoriously difficult area to enforce because of outside conditions, such as bad weather, that will affect the way fishermen operate.
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