Användningsexempel för "likened" på svenska
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EnglishYou had remarked earlier in the House that you likened yourself to a diesel engine.
EnglishPerhaps he is upset that Mr Barroso has likened him to the Sheriff of Nottingham.
EnglishIf the situation does not change, it could be likened to the word 'clown'.
EnglishChairman Giscard d'Estaing's draft constitution may be likened to a large removal firm.
EnglishIncidentally, in no way can youth policy be likened to propaganda. It is, in fact, the polar opposite.
EnglishMaterials engineer can be likened to an architect or designer to create the micro-structural level.
EnglishA tissue can be likened to a wall with bricks and mortar.
EnglishWe refuse to consider fishermen to be predators, to which they are occasionally likened - I might add, wrongly so.
EnglishThe social segregation experienced by Dalits can be likened to Apartheid as it used to be in South Africa.
EnglishIt can be likened to driving through a set of red traffic lights.
EnglishIn the Committee on Legal Affairs and Citizens' Rights Sir Leon Brittan likened the WTO talks to a poker game.
EnglishIn the Committee on Legal Affairs and Citizens ' Rights Sir Leon Brittan likened the WTO talks to a poker game.
EnglishResearchers have even likened the long-term use of Internet pornography to the devastating effects of heroin.
EnglishI would not like the Monitoring Centre for Drug Addiction to be likened to the Monitoring Centre for Food Quality and Safety!
EnglishMrs Dührkop, when she was the rapporteur, likened the harmonious relationships to a symphony being played on a grand piano.
EnglishThese new products, known as nutritional supplements, cannot be likened to complementary feedingstuffs or additive premixes.
EnglishMadam President, Canada's Prime Minister, Pierre Trudeau, likened sharing a border with the USA to sharing a bed with an elephant.
EnglishOf course, I realise that a number of criticisms were made on the rather rag-bag nature to which her work has been likened.
EnglishI am therefore astounded, even dismayed - and many a composer will be turning in their graves - that Beethoven is being likened to a drill.
EnglishSurely there is no comparison with the situation in the United States of America which, nevertheless, was likened to that in China by another speaker this morning.