"tight" en español
In trying to reach that agreement, we were operating under a very tight timetable.
We are living in an era in which the agricultural budget is extremely tight.
The tight deadline that has now been set is important to enable the process to continue.
As for Heading 4, this year’s Budget is again a very tight one.
We had a very tight deadline for producing the report and holding consultations.
Mr President, we are stuck in a very tight time frame to deal with all of this.
I recognise that this calendar is very tight, but we hope to complete it by June or July.
Though we must now carry on working with a tight timetable.
We cannot allow our Bureau to push us around whenever we have a tight agenda.
I am sorry to say that, sadly, the budget is very tight.
So this is a very tight market, with very tough competition.
The framework is tight, however; so tight that it pinches.
The tight link between public finances and the financial and economic crisis is very clear.
By the same token, they give the green light to those who are included in their tight circle of corruption.
Furthermore the 1.3 billion extra ECU earmarked for the BSE crisis also have to be financed from this tight framework.
I hope, for the sake of Londoners, that we will stick to deadlines that are as tight as possible.
If the political will is there, you can meet tight deadlines.
This has been, and will be, an added problem for schools working within very tight budgets.
Just as has now been agreed in the directive, we are in favour of very tight deadlines for decisions.
We are doing that to tight deadlines.
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But the point is that they should all comply with tighter emission standards.
We know that this is a very tight schedule, but we hope to be able to keep to it.
When resources are tight, we need to ensure that they are used effectively.
Have you, for example, done anything to help ensure tighter inspections and controls?
I agree with Mr Mayer who says that we must keep it reasonably tight here.
At the same time, the Court of Auditors would like to see tighter control.
I believe that simplification and greater control should be tightly linked.
He is right to call for tighter supervision, although that does not rule out a crisis.
The framework is tight, and a mid-term review of the financial perspective is needed.
Parliament must aim to keep increases in expenditure under tight control.
We have had a less tight agenda today and are finishing as early as 5.36 p. m.
We have had a less tight agenda today and are finishing as early as 5.36 p.m.
However, that opinion is not as cast-iron or as tight as we would like to think it is.
It will assess probable additional spending requirements as tightly as possible.
Mr President, I would ask you to chair the session rather more tightly.
The Council has put a tight leash on itself by virtue of the unanimity procedure.
Vietnam still restricts the press and tightly oversees internet users.
Many people have pushed the Commission to alleviate the very tight dairy situation.
Because we have placed very tight restrictions on the scope for using ionised radiation.
It is good to keep a tight rein on expenditure and acknowledge the demands of common sense.
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