"dangerous" en español
I told her that she could not go out unaccompanied because it was dangerous.
Last time, I said that this was a dangerous precedent, and indeed it is one.
It is dangerous not only for Russia's neighbours, but for the entire European Union.
He said that it was really dangerous to do that, but I told him I wanted to go.
The overall objective of nearly all the amendments is undeniably dangerous.
We reject this philosophy that is dangerous for the people and nations of Europe.
It is dangerous because people's innocence and ignorance is being exploited.
We must not allow any kind of dangerous substances or machinery in an undertaking.
In the absence of such a framework, liberalisation is dangerous even if it is gradual.
The report indicates a very dangerous route for economic policy in Europe.
It would be dangerous to ban any notion of sectoral aid, however.
Ukraine is in many respects divided, but splitting the country up into two states would be harmful and dangerous.
This approach is as dangerous as it is out of place, if only because it casts doubt on the impartiality of our judgement.
On the other hand, it is very difficult and dangerous to suppress and control what the human mind has already discovered.
In our view the problem is that the concept has actually been stretched to an extremely risky and dangerous extent.
What is in danger, though, is the European social model, the social market economy.
There is also a danger of a two-speed Europe becoming a permanent arrangement.
Mr President, ladies and gentlemen, terrorism constitutes an extremely grave danger.
Without such progress, the peace process is in danger of unravelling further.
Similarly, I refute the argument that there is any danger to the language regime.
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It is one of the most important and most dangerous global conflicts at the moment.
Obviously, this crisis may have dangerous repercussions on the peace process.
If we ban existing products, alternative products may be even more dangerous.
We also know that the EU has adopted many rules to eradicate dangerous substances.
Those now talking of the need for military strikes are dangerous warmongers.
There have been other precedents, dangerous precedents, which were agreed by plenary.
I reiterate our firm opposition to dangerous sources such as nuclear power.
Every year, we discard a huge amount of cars which contain many dangerous substances.
This is dangerous ground, therefore, and it is clear that we must pursue this topic.
This is especially true in the case of the phasing-out of dangerous substances.
But they are naturally occurring substances and not dangerous, synthetic cocktails.
Above all, there are some dangerous amendments that serve to exacerbate the situation.
It is not the task of the Commission to implement these one-sided, dangerous concepts.
We are well aware that fishing is one of the most dangerous professions in the world.
In reality, they have no rights, and they do the dirtiest and most dangerous jobs.
That is why the concept of a war on terror seems to us to be so dangerous.
China is increasingly branding harmless religious groups as dangerous cults.
Finally, Libya itself deports refugees outside its borders to dangerous regions.
Under normal temperatures their use causes them to evaporate to dangerous levels.
It is hypocritical to spend EU funds on prolonging the life of dangerous facilities.
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