Esimerkkejä "amenable"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishThey have always been amenable to Parliament, which is something that I greatly appreciate.
EnglishIt follows that we have to give close consideration to what areas are amenable to settlement.
EnglishIf the EU shows itself to be amenable here, we can ride out the current crisis.
EnglishPlayers in European agriculture have demonstrated that they are amenable to reform.
EnglishWe will pay precise attention to how amenable to discussions the Council is, and to how openly it deals with us.
EnglishHere too, I think, one must be amenable to compromise.
EnglishWe must not be amenable to compromise on this, and the Council must not be left under any misapprehension about this.
EnglishAlthough it is amenable to criminal law everywhere, it is not defined in the same way in all the Member States.
EnglishI trust the House will be amenable to our proposal.
EnglishMany people in the East were amenable to this, in the expectation of receiving great financial support and imminent wealth.
EnglishThe EU will maintain its strong commitment to Macedonia and will actively support a government amenable to reforms.
EnglishI will end by thanking the Minister, the Council representative, for his amenable contribution to the meetings of recent months.
EnglishAre you amenable to this idea?
EnglishI would add that we are amenable to any practicable form of banking supervision.
EnglishWe are amenable to changes in the points of justification, but by the same token we want to stick with the original wording of the text itself.
EnglishWhen we had the trialogue last Thursday, the Swedish Presidency took on board, and were very amenable to, what we were saying.
EnglishPeople brought up in Soviet multiculturalism were more malleable and more amenable to becoming slaves in the service of the empire.
EnglishSo this makes quantifying silk properties by methods such as tensile testing, which is basically, you know, tugging on one end of the fiber, very amenable.
EnglishThe programme is particularly amenable to small communities, as it is very easy to obtain a grant and there are no unnecessary bureaucratic obstacles.
EnglishDuring the course of it you said that if there were requests from national authorities for extensions, then you would be amenable to considering those requests.