"reticent" Spanish translation
About this, the rapporteur is rather reticent, the reason being that there is a lack of data.
Now why is the United States Congress slightly reticent?
Mr Goebbels said that the ECB should be: " a bit less reticent about international exposure in all the various fora ".
For other reasons, the Commission was far more reticent about the amendment to article 90, which it regarded as an essential article.
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Usage examples for "reticent" in Spanish
We must be reticent about making new laws, but this proposal is necessary.
Unfortunately, the Tunisian authorities remain reticent over the issue of this league.
However, many countries have been very reticent in accepting them.
In describing it he seemed a little reticent about calling it a compromise.
The Council is being extremely reticent on this question.
I find the Commissioner is rather reticent about that.
The Commission remains very reticent in its Green Paper, and rightly so, in my view.
You in particular should be more reticent, Mr Langen.
The demands of the European Parliament need not be any more reticent than the ideas of the Commission.
This is probably the factor that tipped the scales in making some countries less reticent.
You can also develop a dynamism which even the most reticent of Member States would not be able to resist.
And that is why I regret the fact that the developed countries are all so reticent and overcautious in this regard.
There are two reasons why I am so reticent.
It has already been mentioned that the United States of America is still reticent about this kind of policy and ambition.
That is why I think, Mr Maat, that the Commission is not at all reticent with regard to vaccination.
But if we do not have that right, then we will be very reticent to adopt far-going implementing provisions.
I am always reticent about giving advice and do not want to use my speaking time to answer Mr Schulz’ interjections.
Consumers, farmers and citizens feel extremely reticent towards GMOs and legislators must understand this.
The only criticism I have of the ECB is that it should be a bit less reticent about international exposure in all the various for a.
This is so true that even the instigators and beneficiaries of the proposed scheme are reticent about having their names attached to it.
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