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expand_more Tenemos que tocarle esta melodía al Consejo y esperar un aplauso.
Durante demasiado tiempo se ha permitido a los extremistas de ambos lados entonar su falsa melodía.
Termine en junio con la melodía que todos los europeos están esperando, el Himno a la Alegría de Beethoven:«».
expand_more la banda tocaba la canción de siempre a todo volumen
Así que también los elegidos de este partido cantan una canción bien distinta a la que canta la ejecutiva del partido en casa para sus propios electores.
Por ello, el Defensor del Pueblo ha de ser financieramente autónomo y lo más independiente posible para que no se pueda acusar a este Parlamento de elegir la canción.
Context sentences for "tune" in Spanish
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EnglishWe are talking about possible savings to the tune of EUR 6.3 billion in total.
EnglishIn addition, you can use all the same properties to fine-tune your searches.
EnglishPolicy in this respect is still not sufficiently in tune with democratic standards.
EnglishWhat I heard was very much in tune with the polling evidence that we have seen.
EnglishSuch an aim is out of tune with the real purpose of agricultural support.
EnglishIt is essential to fine tune and harmonise the monitoring arrangements.
EnglishThe 10 new Member States will have to contribute to it to the tune of EUR 15 billion.
EnglishThe Commission's decision to fine-tune the objectives is both courageous and sensible.
EnglishMadam President, I am sorry to be out of tune with the chorus of the politically correct.
EnglishThe Netherlands short-changes us to the tune of some ECU 1 000 a month.
EnglishAs with all music it needs to be a fine tune and properly orchestrated.
EnglishIt is altogether reasonable to support the promotional fund too to the tune of 60 million ECU.
EnglishInitial funding to the tune of EUR 2 million is currently being prepared.
EnglishFrom now on, the critics of integration and the sceptics will have to change their tune.
EnglishThe United States calls the tune and we are merely supporting players.
EnglishThis does not in any way mean that we should dance to the tune of the Burmese Government.
EnglishSo it seems unreasonable to support tobacco cultivation to the tune of EUR 1 billion every year.
EnglishThe Sterckx, Ainardi and Savary reports are more in tune with the needs of today.
EnglishThe appropriate fines were imposed to the tune of nearly EUR 17 million.
EnglishReplacing this with an EU label would be a setback to development to the tune of several years.
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