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Ejemplos de uso para "to forego" en español
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EnglishIndia and China will not forego progress in the name of climate alarmism.
EnglishOn the one hand, Switzerland will gradually forego reducing the number of heavy goods vehicles.
EnglishAbove all, we forego maximum yields, and we hoe our maize.
EnglishAs the Commissioner is under pressure of time, I will forego my right to ask a supplementary.
EnglishThe best option we have is to forego the nuclear option and look at alternatives, as other people have mentioned.
EnglishMr President, I will forego more than half of my time to help ensure that the vote takes place this morning.
EnglishSouth Africa, Argentina, Brazil, South Korea and Libya, for example, have all decided to forego nuclear weapons programmes.
EnglishThere is one thing I can do: when the report is called, I can ask whether the speakers are willing to forego their speaking time.
EnglishThe position on my side is clear and, as it is already late, I shall forego the two minutes' speaking time.
EnglishOtherwise I shall forego the right to present the report, and will give my proposed introduction as an explanation of vote.
EnglishI will forego my last minute.
EnglishIn view of the pressure of time, I shall forego my speaking time, though I would ask that what I have to say should be taken as an explanation of vote.
EnglishThe register could only include cases in which the complainants had agreed to forego the right to confidentiality under the procedure.
EnglishIt is a matter of public interest and we are denying ourselves some of our own rights when we forego discussing it here in plenary.
EnglishThe Council and the Commission have indicated that they will forego their statements if there are no further questions, as seems to be the case.
EnglishWe know that victims of violence are obliged to forego many of their fundamental rights, and that they are vulnerable to further abuse.
EnglishI believe that it would be unreasonable, especially in this sector, to forego the efficiency that can derive from liberalisation and competition.
EnglishWhen, I wonder, will the institutions of the European Union forego their callous and reprehensible indifference to tragic deaths such as these?
EnglishOnly if the Romanian Government and its administration are willing to forego corruption in all its insidious forms can poverty ever be conquered in Romania.
EnglishNonetheless, in view of the global demand for energy, it is probably unrealistic to expect a decision to be taken to forego the Arctic's oil resources.
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