Esimerkkejä "baffling"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishI find this completely baffling in a sector which claims that the customer comes first.
EnglishBut to me, what's most baffling and most tragic about this is that it misses the whole point of being human.
EnglishFirstly, I find the whole anti-road sentiment of this report baffling in the extreme.
EnglishIt is baffling therefore to hear that fresh regulation is bad because it would stifle financial innovation.
EnglishAs I see it, that is a completely baffling argument.
EnglishSome of these decisions are beyond my comprehension as the rapporteur, and I am sure the whole committee finds them equally baffling.
EnglishThe fact that this request came from the Greens makes it all the more baffling, and it should be thrown out for this reason.
EnglishIn this connection, I should like to remind you that our latest study into the cost of cross-border payments has yielded baffling results.
EnglishIs it not a baffling suggestion that the significance and role of the European Parliament should be reduced by a Constitution based on this draft?
EnglishHow anyone can argue that this is a plan that will support the peace process is baffling when only 1% of the US contribution is set aside for this specific purpose.
EnglishBaffling as this may appear the Commission, Member States and other policy makers need to take stock of these perceptions and undertake steps to correct them.
EnglishWhat I find more baffling, frankly even inexplicable, is the notion that the talks could flounder on the US and to a lesser extent the EU position on agriculture.
EnglishThey have received nothing, and instead of thanking these people for their self-sacrifice, the Hungarian Government made the baffling decision to disband the Hungarian Guard.
EnglishAgainst this background it is of course baffling that the costs of the crisis have to be borne primarily by governments and are passed on by governments to the ordinary taxpayer.