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EnglishPei’s design has become synonymous with the image of the Louvre.
El diseño de Pei se ha convertido en sinónimo de la imagen del Louvre.
EnglishMr President, the very name Darfur has become synonymous with human misery and suffering.
Señor Presidente, el propio nombre de Darfur se ha convertido en sinónimo de miseria y sufrimiento humanos.
EnglishIndeed, your name has become synonymous with parliamentary control of budgets at European level.
De hecho, su nombre se ha convertido en sinónimo de control parlamentario de los presupuestos a escala europea.
EnglishWe must not forget the details of this disaster, which has become synonymous internationally with pollution.
No debemos olvidar los pormenores de este desastre, que se ha convertido en sinónimo de contaminación en todo el mundo.
EnglishIn a political context, however, the term Europe has become synonymous with the enlarging European Union.
En un contexto político, sin embargo, el término "Europa" se ha convertido en sinónimo de la ampliación de la Unión Europea.
EnglishThe result is that today 'market economy' for the Russian people has become synonymous with unemployment and destitution.
El resultado es que hoy, «economía de mercado» ha llegado a ser para el pueblo ruso sinónimo de desempleo y miseria.
EnglishThe result is that today 'market economy ' for the Russian people has become synonymous with unemployment and destitution.
El resultado es que hoy,« economía de mercado» ha llegado a ser para el pueblo ruso sinónimo de desempleo y miseria.
EnglishWe cannot have a 'do-nothing' attitude, although I note that this phrase has become synonymous with the Conservatives over recent months.
No podemos tener la actitud de "no hacer nada", aunque en los últimos meses esta frase es habitual entre los conservadores.
EnglishOur positions will never be similar, but Europe should, at the very least, remember that it has become synonymous, as has France, with the concept of law and this is much to its credit.
Nuestras posiciones nunca serán parecidas, pero Europa debería por lo menos recordar que ha sido sinónimo, como lo ha sido Francia, del concepto del derecho, y esto dice mucho a su favor.

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