Context sentences for "tie" in Romanian
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EnglishWe have just come from the discussions to try to tie up the problems.
EnglishI would also like to tie in to what Mr Gahler had to say.
EnglishYou cannot persuade a skipper to tie up his boat when he knows that the waters are being plundered by someone else.
EnglishOne should also remember that the wood products themselves tie carbon during their whole life cycle.
EnglishWe need to know more about how the future mechanism will tie in with existing institutional structures.
EnglishThe recast technique does not tie the hands of the legislator more than the traditional way of amending legislation.
EnglishA draw is a tie game.
EnglishAs a consequence, Member States will no longer be able to adopt policy and procedures that tie in with their national systems.
EnglishThey are entitled to fair contract terms and conditions that do not tie them for long periods to particular providers.
EnglishWe should tie together what is good in the short term with regard to combating unemployment with what is needed in the long term.
EnglishThe citizens are wondering who is threatening the European Union to the extent that it needs to tie its security in with ΝΑΤΟ?
EnglishIn order to tie these countries to the EU in the long term, the development of their market economies and regional cooperation must be fostered.
Englishto tie the knot
Englishto tie up
EnglishNegotiating in the full knowledge that the government does not have the majority of the population behind it will tie up resources in an unacceptable way.
Englishto tie up
EnglishThis is why we need to ensure - and this is what we are going to do with the performance tests - that these different European texts tie in well together.
EnglishThis, unfortunately, did not happen, and the Commission has not been willing to put pressure on other countries that tie their people to certain pensions.
EnglishWhile fully respecting Parliament's decision, the Commission is not convinced that the vote closing Parliament's first reading would tie the hands of the next Parliament.
EnglishHow will the new regime solve the current problem of restrictive contract clauses and warranty conditions, which needlessly tie consumers to specific brands and authorised operators?