"roughly" Spanish translation
It reduces the duration of postoperative tracheal intubation by roughly 20%.
In the context of the EPAs, this has come to be understood as roughly 90 % of trade within 10-12 years.
In some Member States the value of the smallest coin in circulation is roughly one cent.
That is roughly how a number of the Member States see the problem of electronic signatures too.
To my English listeners that is roughly half a penny per annum and that is money well spent.
Charging is a rough diamond in the White Paper which we must be able to cut from now on and which is essential.
That is aimed at establishing an international control regime for the import and export of rough diamonds.
It’s dynamically suspended roof and rough materials form one of the most iconic building profiles in the world.
Synonyms (English) for "roughly":
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Usage examples for "roughly" in Spanish
Roughly translated, that means ‘ useless laws weaken indispensable ones’.
These are the companies consisting of between roughly 5 and 15 employees.
These amendments can roughly be divided into three categories.
We have now been speaking for roughly five minutes about a question which has already been adopted.
It can go to the end of the century, roughly speaking.
Small arms claim 300 000 victims in wars and roughly another 200 000 in non-war situations.
That is roughly how things stand at the moment.
We can say that roughly two-thirds of Parliament's demands have been met.
Another new feature is that all three institutions are producing political budget guidelines at roughly the same time.
Therefore we are talking about roughly EUR 47 000 per vessel with the costs to be met entirely by Member States.
In Ireland roughly the same number of complaints are made annually, and we are rather small compared to the EU.
Roughly translated that means that non-EU countries can produce their goods cheaper, and this must be stopped at all costs.
Place the pancetta cut into strips into a frying pan, add the roughly chopped pistachios and the radicchio cut into strips.
They look very different, with the savanna elephant weighing around 7 tonnes — roughly double the weight of the forest elephant.
I have calculated it roughly.
We have criteria which are applied and we know roughly what each of the regions of Europe should or could receive.
He is now regarded as the leader of the Muslim Democrats, which is supposed to be roughly the same as Christian Democrats in other countries.
- it is going to be the budget for enlargement of the EU to ten new countries with per capita incomes of roughly 40 % of the Community average.
I would remind you that these taxi drivers earn about FF 10 000 per sitting or roughly EUR 1 500.
Since its inception, this particular fund has supported more than 3, 400 individual projects and has helped in the creation of roughly 28, 000 jobs.
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