Translations & Examples
expand_more Politiek is niets meer dan een aantal schaarse economische middelen aanwenden om een aantal doelstellingen te verwezenlijken.
Voorts ben ik niet zo gelukkig met de schaarse verwijzingen in het document naar sociale uitsluiting en armoede.
Het is niet realistisch te denken dat het probleem in kwestie kan worden opgelost met de schaarse middelen waarover de programma's voor plattelandsontwikkeling beschikken.
Translations & Examples
expand_more MRI is using magnetic fields and radio frequencies to scan the brain, or any part of the body.
We're going to then apply one of those stains to it, and we scan it.
Now scanning a book is like taking a digital photograph of every page of the book.
Context sentences for "scant" in Dutch
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EnglishOf this scant EUR 2 support for Europe's cultural heritage will be less than 20 cents.
EnglishThis attempt bore scant fruit in the form of Amsterdam in 1997.
EnglishThe attitude of the Council in respect of fishing for sprat shows scant determination.
EnglishThe public pays scant attention to the services of farming.
EnglishIn this draft Green Paper, incredibly, there is scant reference to renewable energy sources at all.
EnglishIt is scant comfort to know that the polluter will pay in the end.
EnglishEven with scant resources we have been very effective.
EnglishThe problem always lies in the scant resources allocated for dealing with a programme like Nature 2000.
EnglishI agree with his criticism of the Danish proposal's lack of ambition and scant substance.
EnglishI am also uneasy about scant references throughout the document to poverty and social exclusion.
EnglishThe whole exercise has been shrouded in secrecy; the Council's new pledges have been of scant value in this particular instance.
EnglishThe scant importance accorded to Parliament's reports on monetary policy is understandable.
EnglishIn the new directive set out by the Commission, concern for creation still receives scant attention.
EnglishEssentially, this policy is about using scant economic resources to attain certain objectives.
EnglishWhat safety they had was very scant.
EnglishMost news reports only give us a scant account of the drama taking place in this part of the world.
EnglishThe law does not prohibit homosexual acts, only " habitual debauchery ", of which there was scant evidence.
EnglishIt is a disgrace that port control should only be scant and, in many cases, implemented in a questionable manner.
EnglishThis calls in question not only the scant nature of social Europe, but the very idea of Europe.
EnglishOnly scant information has been received.