Translations & Examples
expand_more Je lež říkat, že za kapitalistickou krizi může jen špatné řízení a korupce.
Zamyslete se nad tím, lež nemá absolutně žádnou jen pouhým řečením.
Je to lež, a podle mého názoru je tato rozprava fraškou.
Context sentences for "lie" in Czech
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EnglishThe first is the fact that the biggest problems still lie with the Member States.
EnglishThe seeds of human rights violations lie in history, sometimes in distant history.
EnglishI think that should not be overlooked in the consultations which lie before us now.
EnglishWe lie to ourselves and we fail to take the measures which might save our lives.
EnglishIf we listen to today's discussions, it is quite clear where the greatest fears lie.
EnglishArt is a deception that creates real emotions -- a lie that creates a truth.
EnglishA number of projects that had been started up in those countries now lie in ruins.
English(Laughter) OK, the second big enabler, and this is where I told a big lie.
EnglishI had expected that the problems would lie in the practical management of the directive.
EnglishThe future of the planet's energy supply does not lie in nuclear energy.
EnglishThis may not be politically correct thinking, but we have to ask where the values lie.
EnglishVery real challenges lie ahead, but Annapolis has created a new spark of hope.
EnglishThis is unity; this is also where our responsibilities lie, as you said earlier, Mr Buzek.
EnglishIt will also help promote the basic values which lie at the heart of the European Union.
EnglishBut naturally, the final decision on the negotiation directives will lie with the Council.
EnglishThat is my proposal, because the competence for accession does not lie with Europe.
EnglishHowever, the main initiative in this area continues to lie with the Member States.
EnglishThey lie in hopelessness and despair, in poverty, in the preaching of hatred.
EnglishTo our East and our South lie countries that certainly will never join.
EnglishThe risks to these projections for economic growth are judged to lie on the downside.