Translations & Examples
expand_more Også det er en torn i øjet på os alle, og her vil vi gerne se fælles udgangspunkter.
Det socialistiske Cuba er en torn i øjet på dem.
Kosovo og Balkan nager som en torn i foden.
Context sentences for "thorn" in Danish
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EnglishAs a thorn goeth up into the hand of a drunkard, so is a parable in the mouth of fools.
EnglishThat too is a thorn in our side, and we should like to see common guidelines in this respect.
EnglishWe cannot deny that a terrorist phenomenon has been a thorn in Greece's side for many years.
EnglishCommunity production - and here is the thorn - is not protected.
EnglishBut there is no rose without a thorn, as the saying goes.
EnglishKosovo and the Balkans are a thorn in our side.
EnglishSocialist Cuba is a thorn in their side.
EnglishFor the last four years the actions of this brave, independent Egyptian author has been a thorn in the flesh of his colleagues.
EnglishThe best of them is as a brier: the most upright is sharper than a thorn hedge: the day of thy watchmen and thy visitation cometh; now shall be their perplexity.
EnglishThis Tibetan lama has long been a thorn in the side of the Chinese authorities, even though he has never taken part in political demonstrations.
EnglishNot for ourselves or just to be a thorn in its side, but to guarantee stability in the region, because peace is, and will always be, important.
EnglishThe economic and political situation has deteriorated sharply over recent months and the Lebanese thorn is proving increasingly painful.
EnglishNeedless to say, all these activities have been a thorn in the side of the authoritarian President of Belarus, Mr Alexander Lukashenko, from the very outset.
EnglishInstead of the thorn shall come up the fir tree, and instead of the brier shall come up the myrtle tree: and it shall be to the LORD for a name, for an everlasting sign that shall not be cut off.
EnglishThe President of the Council, Leo Tindemans, and the President of the Commission, Gaston Thorn, came to the Committee on Institutional Affairs, as it was then, to ask us not to do it.
EnglishMr President, I am something of a thorn between two roses: Ms Wallis, who spoke so well today as the rapporteur, and the able and charming Ms McGuinness, the chairman of our committee.