Esimerkkejä "adapt"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishIt is every country that wishes to accede to the European Union that must adapt.
EnglishThe Court of Justice or the Court of Auditors will have to adapt to enlargement.
EnglishPortugal has had a transitional period in which to adapt national legislation.
EnglishOtherwise we adapt and change the law, whether at national or European level.
EnglishI am tempted to adapt that old slogan: what part of 'no' do you not understand?
EnglishWhat has been said about the need to adapt instruments is by no means gratuitous.
EnglishThe transitional period is necessary in order to allow rail companies to adapt.
EnglishFurther choices are also needed so that we can adapt in order to protect lives.
EnglishSince the dawn of time, humankind has been able to adapt to the natural climate.
EnglishThirdly: this increase will enhance the ability of the ECB to react and adapt.
EnglishThe supply of beef would thus be limited in order to adapt to the drop in demand.
EnglishIn order to allow beneficiary countries and economic operators to adapt to it.
EnglishIn my opinion, we should also adapt the economic policy to the social policy.
EnglishWhat we now have to do is adapt our internal regulations to this new reality.
EnglishThis is why we urgently need to adapt our policy areas to a changing reality.
EnglishSecondly, we must adapt the fleet capacity to match the fishing that is available.
EnglishIt takes time and a great deal of confidence to adapt to changes in social structures.
EnglishThe global economic crisis means that we are being forced to adapt once again.
EnglishWe have to adapt to the limitations of nature to a much greater degree than today.
EnglishThe question is whether the EU should not also adapt itself to having ten new members.