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"hardly" Swedish translation
I can hardly find the words to describe the peace I felt when I was acting.
And now, when there is hardly any time left, we are negotiating with the clock stopped.
In this area of policy, European institutions hardly have any authority.
The European Union could subsidise Kosovo for ever and hardly notice it.
When problems such as this affect small countries, then it is hardly noticed at EU level.
My time is up, Commissioner, but I wish to say that I can hardly imagine us laying down traffic rules for honey production, with signs telling bees where to fly to and where not.
This would hardly count as a positive response to the resolution that we moved.
I can hardly believe that we will ever achieve this at intergovernmental level.
The European Year Against Racism could hardly have come at a more apposite time.
We have hardly any salmon fishing left along the Gulf of Bothnia coast in Finland.
The climate changes we face are hardly positive in their implications for any of us.
One can hardly suppress a smile if one talks about Turkey in this context.
Hardly any attention was then paid to the impact on taxation.
This is a limited sector of the economy which creates hardly any jobs and is not competitive on the world scale.
While we know that there is little public support for enlargement, there is hardly a critical noise to be heard in this House.
Scandalous because, despite the iterative judgments given by the Court of Justice which upheld the Treaties, things have hardly moved on at all.
This will provide you with the opportunity to shape the hard legislation on animal welfare.
Religious communities, even the Islamic, are under strict state control or are having a hard time.
In my own country, as the ordinary driving test has become more stringent, it becomes harder for working class youngsters to afford.
In addition to the call for increased and harder legislation in this domain, practical measures are suggested, such as promoting the opening of small-scale abattoirs.
It was a hard struggle, but at the end of the day we succeeded.
It will be a long, hard and difficult journey: I shall meet Polyphemus, I shall meet Circe, the sorceress, and perhaps in the end I shall see Penelope looking like our President Prodi.
What the Commission is trying to bring about is already so hard to achieve.
People would look at these and say, "Man, this thing is so big and so hard to swallow.
The effect upon the brand image of seafood products is hard to calculate today.
I am thinking of the previous presidency, which taught me a hard lesson.
As a result, the legislation is complex, hard to understand and difficult to apply.
I feel like I'm back at The Green Dragon...... after a hard day's work.
Everything has to be sacrificed for the hard euro, even the Amsterdam treaty if necessary.
Dad, being an academic, had no idea that Mike's Hard Lemonade contained alcohol.
In the United States we have just seen the McCain initiative on soft money and hard money.
All they had was Mike's Hard Lemonade, which was five percent alcohol.
They wanted me to be like them.: respectable, hard-working, a family.
I am supportive of the principle of Turkish accession, but recognise that it will be a long, hard road.
We have lost a Member of Parliament who was kind-hearted, extremely hard-working, noble, friendly and compassionate to others.
Mrs Breyer has been persistent, though, and she has worked very hard on it.
Some believe that one must be hard and strict, that one must constantly complain and protest in favour of one's national interests.
I would ask the Commission to take a much harder line on this practical benchmarking than it has done in the past.
At the same time, we must work harder to offer the world's poorest regions a genuine chance of sustainable development.
In this connection, the differences between hard and soft PVC must also be taken into account.
The introduction of a PVC levy, the separation of hard and soft PVC and a ban on PVC in the building sector would be a particular burden on small and medium-sized enterprises throughout Europe.
Hard facts have been difficult to ascertain in this short period.
Have you ever checked with public opinion how hard it is for a lot of people to pay those high prices?
As for consumers, we think it will be very hard for them to make sense of all the different prices which will be displayed.
The President-in-Office of the Council could have given us hard facts then, and we would have known what they would actually have discussed at Thessaloniki.
We have worked hard for it and it is high time that it be able to take up its duties.
We are currently working hard to enlarge this to include ever more Member States.
It is a directive on which we have worked hard throughout the Swedish Presidency.
In my country, the association of Dutch authorities is working very hard on this at local level.
The Commission, my colleague Mr Patten in particular, and the administration are still hard at work on this.
Both countries have worked hard and they have achieved enormous progress so far.
You know, we fought hard to get at least a small Pakistani contingent to come.
We have worked hard for the earliest possible entry into force of the Treaty.
The first committee of inquiry worked hard, and its work is starting to bear fruit.
The Union will have to strive hard to combat transnational criminal networks.
Collective price-fixing and capacity regulation are by definition hard-core restrictions to competition.
At the Nice Summit, Denmark fought hard against changing Article 42 and against majority voting in connection with Article 42.
I also fought hard against this.
You were an elected Member of this House, Madam Commissioner, and anyone elected is the spokesperson for men and women who find it hard to earn a living in our coastal regions.
It is particularly hard for us to prove that discrimination takes place at work.
It is pretty hard to take that you are now trying to prevent me from speaking.
There is one thing, however, that I, like many other Members, find hard to digest.
This is hard for us to accept, but foodstuffs and chemicals are not the same thing.
It is hard to understand how these people are endangering Iranian democracy.
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Usage examples for "hardly" in Swedish
We need hardly wonder why the citizens are increasingly losing faith in Europe.
Anyone watching our efforts from the outside would hardly be impressed by all this.
And those who use electronic methods of payment will hardly notice the euro.
They produce hardly any goods that anyone wants to buy apart from military equipment.
It is hardly our fault that Italy has so many ancient monuments to preserve ".
The area of prevention, in particular, has had hardly any work done on it.
Europe is hardly doing anything in this regard, but could be doing a great deal.
The social issues, particularly the question of unemployment, were hardly touched upon.
The peoples do not need a 'Euro-Constitution '; they hardly even need a European Union.
I need hardly make that point to the European Parliament in light of recent events.
In my opinion, such actions are hardly a fitting testimony for the European Parliament.
It is hardly surprising that most governments in the ACP countries reject such demands.
I should like to say nevertheless that the current climate is hardly favourable for that.
I would just add that while we can agree to this proposal, we are hardly overjoyed by it!
Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary and Ukraine were hardly models of democracy.
The Commission is rudderless and hardly ever tables fresh legislation.
Needless to say, this hardly contributes to restoring public confidence.
In itself, this is positive, but the situation is hardly satisfactory.
But Mr Martens, he is hardly here, he does not know all about it yet.
Hardly any improvements can be noted on the previous financial year.
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