Översättningar & exempel
expand_more I EU:s räkenskaper tillåts 2 procents felmarginal.
I EU:s räkenskaper tillåts en felmarginal på 2 procent.
Det finns en felmarginal på 2 procent.
Användningsexempel för "margin of error" på svenska
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EnglishThere is no margin for error, for reasons we know all too well.
EnglishHow great is the margin of error in the dairy sector, for example?
EnglishA 2% margin of error is permitted in the EU's accounts.
EnglishBesides, it concerns such a small amount that it will probably go into the margin for error under heading 3.
EnglishThe EU accounts allow a 2% margin of error.
EnglishIt was also found that it was best to assume that national statistics had a margin of error of 10-12%.
EnglishIt was also found that it was best to assume that national statistics had a margin of error of 10-12 %.
EnglishWe must ensure that the necessary arrangements are then in place for certain Directorates-General, with a margin of error of, say, less than 1 %.
EnglishThe margin of error is 2%.
EnglishThere are, however, other cost groups where it would seem to be difficult, or even impossible, to achieve a 2% margin of error.
EnglishCompared to the other sectors, agriculture can afford to present the margin of error of 3%, although this is probably still far too high.
EnglishCompared to the other sectors, agriculture can afford to present the margin of error of 3 %, although this is probably still far too high.
EnglishWho is responsible for the way things are, and how large a margin of error does the Court of Auditors think is acceptable in the first place?
EnglishThe financial margin of error for regional funds is more than 5%, which therefore exceeds the two most important expenditure items in the budget.
EnglishWe would therefore ask the Commission to indicate, more or less on an annual basis, what the estimated margin of error and the estimated improvement will be.
EnglishThe checks are pointless in any case, as we are told that the margin of error is 1%, whereas scientists tell us that it is in fact 40%.
EnglishThe speed of change, not only in terms of technology, but also in global competition in this field, has meant that the margin of error is much less.
EnglishLadies and gentlemen, now that the acute crises and the institutional ups and downs are over, the time has come to take big decisions, and our margin for error is small.
EnglishThe Committee on Fisheries also adopted the suggestion made by the Council of Ministers regarding adjustment of the margin of error in fishing log book entries from 8% to 10%.
EnglishDue to the restricted margin of error, everyday traffic situations can result in infringements on the part of both drivers and undertakings, while there is definitely no intention involved.
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