"reticence" Spanish translation
I have the impression that some reticence has crept in recently in the Council too.
We cannot conceal our reticence over emissions trading and its monitoring or the use of sinks.
My only reticence relates to the lack of flexibility in the exemption mechanism in the case of new products or activities.
I do not understand why there is so much fear and reticence about accepting a European approach to an issue that cannot be seen in any other way.
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Usage examples for "reticence" in Spanish
all related to the reticence of some witnesses which weakens the message.
This reticence on the part of the Commission is losing us a great deal of money every year!
You will appreciate the extreme reticence I feel about stepping on to that highly dangerous ground.
In view of this reticence where budgets are concerned, I would like to make a concluding observation.
I also ask the Commission and the Council to address this issue with less reticence and more imagination.
The purpose of our explanation of vote is to express some reticence with regard to the rapporteur's paragraph 6.
And I fully appreciate the Council's reticence.
I certainly understand the reticence of Member States to relinquish control in the sphere of taxation.
Of course, I did not feel this reticence.
Perhaps the reticence is due to fear of the reaction which would come from the people if the unvarnished truth were told.
The same is true of our new neighbourhood policy, about which President Yushchenko expressed a certain reticence today.
With regard to structural reforms which increase competition, those benches have shown a certain reticence, certain reservations.
Particularly in view of Spain's earlier reticence, it is now important to demonstrate a more positive approach to openness.
Debates on these issues reveal that there is actually significant reticence, although this may be overcome during the IGC.
There appeared to be some reticence in the beginning, but I sense that both the Commission and the Council have now been won over.
Given the reticence of those young girls who drop out of sport, it is also essential to ensure young girls are more enthusiastic about doing sport.
And now, one year later, I see that our reticence, which was more than just reticence - a serious criticism in fact - has turned out to be justified.
In this regard it is time that Member States showed less reticence towards accepting the respective legal systems of Members of the Union.
We look to the Commission to rouse itself, to shed its reticence and give a resolute lead with a bio-Europe action plan.
There is, however, one aspect of the South-East Asian situation about which I feel there is considerable reticence on the part of all politicians, at least in their public speeches.
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