"colder" en español
That has to do with the natural basic conditions, because the climate is colder.
If we say that it is becoming increasingly colder and winters are arriving earlier, then we must also communicate that correctly.
It is true that in Europe it is currently colder than it was a few years ago, but, overall, we nevertheless have increasing temperatures throughout the world.
The fact that it is colder here now is also quite predictable, because if the Gulf Stream is pressed down by meltwater from the Arctic, this is an explainable effect.
What profession could accept such a destructive, cold and technocratic approach?
Please adjust the temperature range according to your personal sensitivity to cold.
The CO2 in the tropospheric layer holds in the warmth so that we do not get too cold.
You must answer the European citizens as to why they are now sitting in the cold.
It is very cold in this House during the debates, including today's debate.
Even the number of people dying from a simple cold is much larger that that!
Heated, humidified air has long been used by sufferers of the common cold.
Chinese medicinal herbs are frequently used to treat the common cold in China.
Also there is laboratory evidence that the cold virus may be sensitive to heat.
As a doctor, I feel I should advise you to take care of your cold.
We also thank the Minister for being present, and we naturally hope that his cold will clear up.
Thank you for your kind words, Mr President. I hope I shall survive this time and avoid catching yet another cold.
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Without them, our society would be a colder place, and the European social model would be unworkable.
Or escape from colder temperatures to sunny Greece and sign up for one of their voluntary programmes.
If self-interest serves, then perhaps we might note that the latest scientific evidence forecasts that Europe will get colder.
Yet this development had only a marginally positive impact for consumers, something that is particularly important in the colder parts of the year.
If Europe has become colder and more inward-looking, then it is a priority task for us in this House to work to make it welcoming and open once again.
Mr President, I wish to respond to the point made by Mrs Stenius-Kaukonen that those of us who live in the more northerly parts of Europe suffer from colder winters!
This could result in the whole of northwestern Europe becoming colder, which palaeo-oceanographic studies show could happen suddenly, with catastrophic results.
It will be in a different building which will not be as homely; the light will be colder, I think, but I hope that the pleasure, the vision, the cooperation and the humour will remain.
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