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expand_more Tältä osin mainonnan rooli on ristiriitainen.
Mutta arvoisa komission puheenjohtaja, miksi asiakirja on niin ristiriitainen, niin epäröivä, miksei siinä puhuta selkeää kieltä?
Esimerkkejä "ambivalent"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishTo that extent, the strategy of delivering results is a very ambivalent strategy.
EnglishMy thanks to the Czech Presidency, on the other hand, are somewhat more ambivalent.
EnglishThe EU is already notorious for its ambivalent rules in relation to third countries.
EnglishThe Committee on Development and Cooperation also quite rightly accuses the Union of being ambivalent.
EnglishThe public has a very ambivalent view of European structural policy.
English(LT) Mr President, the European Union's relations with Iran are more than a little ambivalent.
EnglishHowever, this development has generated ambivalent attitudes.
EnglishProbably a great many, bearing in mind the frequently ambivalent language of some of those involved.
EnglishSadly, however, the Union' s policy is ambivalent.
EnglishTherefore, from now on, the EU cannot afford to adopt an indulgent, ambivalent attitude to the regime in Chişinău.
EnglishIn this respect, the role of advertising is ambivalent.
EnglishTo a significant share of the population the advantages and opportunities provided by the Internet appear ambivalent.
EnglishHere I am thinking above all of the interpretation of Article 1(3), which is still worded in a very ambivalent way.
EnglishLadies and gentlemen, a look at the situation of European Union maritime transport can lead to ambivalent conclusions.
EnglishThe only problem, Mr President of the Commission, is this: why it is so ambivalent, so tentative, and so vague?
EnglishMr President, I should like to confess to the Members of this Chamber that I feel rather ambivalent about this issue.
EnglishThis baroque situation reflects one of the ambivalent features of Mr Evans' s report, which is otherwise full of engaging features.
EnglishThe content of this report is ambivalent and could lead to abuses as a result of its implicit promotion of abortion.
EnglishI look at this not so much as a lawyer myself, but on the basis of our legal advice, which appears to be ambivalent.
EnglishIt is also worth remembering that imposing our norms and standards on other countries and societies is morally ambivalent.
Synonyymit (englanniksi) ilmaisulle "ambivalence":