Översättningar & exempel
expand_more Detta speglar också vårt budskap till kommissionen.
Jag litar inte på speglar, så jag tar alltid polaroidbilder.
I ett soligt rum framför speglar.
Användningsexempel för "mirrors" på svenska
Dessa meningar kommer från externa källor och kan innehålla fel. bab.la är inte ansvarigt för deras innehåll.
EnglishAnd she says that Roman humor mirrors the construction of Roman society.
EnglishThe method of financing the additional mirrors was also aptly described.
EnglishRear-view mirrors for wheeled agricultural or forestry tractors (vote)
EnglishRetrofitting of mirrors to heavy goods vehicles (vote)
EnglishFinally, the increase in the lump sums to EUR 50 000 is important, because it mirrors current costs.
EnglishI don't rely on mirrors, so I always take Polaroids.?
EnglishMr President, the 2002 budget for the European Union mirrors its anti-grass roots and arbitrary policy.
EnglishResearch shows that the situation in my own state of Ireland mirrors the problem experienced across Europe.
EnglishThis also mirrors our message to the Commission.
EnglishThis is ruled by secret committees, faceless bullying bureaucrats, and accountability by smoke and mirrors.
English. - I voted for this report as the situation in Ireland mirrors the problem experienced across Europe.
EnglishWe know that chimpanzees and some other creatures can recognize themselves in mirrors -- "self" as opposed to "other."
EnglishNorth Africa, revolving mirrors, solar cells, continuous-current transmission and meeting 15% of energy requirements.
EnglishOther alternatives include energy-producing greenhouses and houses, geothermal energy and solar mirrors; so much can be done.
EnglishAnd finally, in the shade under the mirrors, it's possible to grow all sorts of crops that would not grow in direct sunlight.
EnglishOr in a sunny room in front of mirrors.
EnglishMadam President, I am concerned that the Commission's calculations on international climate finance are just smoke and mirrors.
EnglishBut the offer on the table from the Commission is a smoke-and-mirrors proposal which developing counties have every reason to question.
EnglishThe difference in wages mirrors the serious inequalities that can be observed on the labour market and that affect women most of all.
EnglishBut this is all smoke and mirrors.