"perceptible" en español
If the Union is defending the rights of its citizens, this must be perceptible in their everyday life.
This is why it is important in the period that lies ahead to make genuine progress, perceptible to everyone, in the field of social inclusion.
There is thus a clearly perceptible trend towards migration into Austria from the Indian subcontinent and Iraq by way of Belarus and the Ukraine.
I can tell you, Mr Evans, that the Netherlands is able to grow cannabis that is so good, and so highly concentrated, that the line between this and hard drugs is scarcely perceptible.
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In any case, the Bazin report takes some perceptible steps in that direction.
As they develop slowly, these phenomena are rarely perceptible over a short space of time.
No one disputes that the effects are already perceptible now.
These liberalisations should be genuinely set in motion so that they are perceptible to households.
This has been quite perceptible here today.
The progress which has been set in motion by these proceedings of Parliament is already perceptible, Mr Commissioner!
at least perceptible, communication.
Accordingly, big changes in immediately perceptible costs, such as fuel prices or road pricing, are important initiators of choice processes.
On the contrary, we should be telling our Chinese friends that they need to make perceptible progress where human rights in China are concerned.
I also think the Commission should establish an overall text defining the legislative framework for telecommunications in a clear and easily perceptible way.
For some Member States this increase implies perceptible costs for their national budgets in the form of higher membership contributions.
Such barely perceptible beginnings eventually give rise to movements with real political clout, with the disastrous results that they bring.
It makes the union of Europe a perceptible reality for all its citizens and creates a new sense of mutual responsibility for all the countries and companies of the EU.
We must also mention the mentality which tends to equate personal dignity with the capacity for verbal and explicit, or at least perceptible, communication.
We must finally realise that it has not just brought more rights for Parliament, but is also accompanied by a perceptible loss of democratic legitimacy.
It should not be prolonged indefinitely, but it must be there, it must be perceptible, and it must actually ensure that the commitments or promises signed up to are kept.
The Commission proposal represents a perceptible advance on the Dublin Convention and is thus an important step towards the establishment of a common European asylum system.
But the tide quietly rippled in, hardly perceptible, creeping higher and higher up the sides of those immovable hulks. Soon those hundreds of tons were floating.
This is reflected in the low inflation rates, low long-term interest rates, minimal exchange-rate fluctuations and in a perceptible consolidation of budgetary positions.
The consequences cannot be estimated and will not be immediately apparent, but will emerge only from their outcomes which, when they become perceptible, may prove to be destructive and irreversible.
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