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Ejemplos de uso para "absurdly" en español
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EnglishHow absurdly presumptuous of us to think we are morally superior to the others!
EnglishRoaming fees certainly seem absurdly high at present.
EnglishThis sets a new record for absurdly detailed regulation.
EnglishPresident Traian Băsescu has absurdly accused the Hungarians in this region of ethnic cleansing.
EnglishAll they do is distort shopping patterns absurdly and provide fertile ground for organised crime to flourish.
EnglishThe first draft sought - absurdly - to outlaw political party campaigning with public money.
EnglishI have to remind you what is at stake, although five minutes is an absurdly short time for such a complex problem.
EnglishIt is absurdly small.
EnglishFrom the outset we urged putting an end at last to the misleading adverts offering absurdly low air fares.
EnglishThis shows that the four-week period is absurdly short and will, as I have said, put our unemployed under much more pressure.
EnglishThe Commission is, however, absurdly stopping aid programmes, in the form of measures in support of the honey analysis laboratories.
EnglishThis situation was absurdly aggravated by specific and identifiable people on 29 September on the terraces of the mosques in Jerusalem.
EnglishOtherwise, the Czech Republic might, absurdly, become an importer of the traditional product it has been making for centuries.
EnglishThe draft report has positive features, but it goes absurdly far in proposing, for example, that a domain name, such as.
EnglishThis is the only way to get away from fines that are absurdly high and unreasonable, and involve extremely lengthy settlement procedures.
EnglishI find it striking that an issue which is so close to many MEPs' hearts, namely absurdly high travel expenses, should be the cause of so much confusion.
EnglishI find it striking that an issue which is so close to many MEPs ' hearts, namely absurdly high travel expenses, should be the cause of so much confusion.
EnglishThe draft report has positive features, but it goes absurdly far in proposing, for example, that a domain name, such as .KID, be set up at secondary level.
English(SV) In the first amendment, Mr Lundgren points out that the travelling circus moving between the three different places of work results in absurdly high costs.
EnglishThis means that, in more than 92% of cases, evidence is not examined, but, rather, punishments are negotiated with suspects driven by the fear of absurdly severe sentences.
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