Käännökset & esimerkit
Esimerkkejä "bargain"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishNow, we are talking about whether they are to be given money into the bargain.
EnglishWill you keep your side of that bargain which says this Treaty is dead?
EnglishBoth sides of the bargain need to understand their rights and obligations.
EnglishMr President, I must tell you that there will no fool's bargain struck with us.
EnglishI am confident that the forthcoming European Council will be able to fulfil its side of the bargain.
EnglishThus businesses and citizens will have made a fool's bargain.
EnglishMr President, the Kremlin has got all it wanted from its bargain with President Sarkozy.
EnglishIt is no longer the time for a fool’s bargain for the South.
EnglishShe is a lady who drives a very hard bargain, I have to say.
EnglishI firmly believe that we have fulfilled our part of the bargain and we can go to Madrid with our heads held high.
EnglishEmployer and employee strike a mutual bargain in the same way as the buyer and seller of any commodity.
EnglishHowever, what is important now is that the Commission and the Member States drive a hard bargain in Copenhagen.
EnglishThe judges also want to be legislators, and in this case constitutional legislators into the bargain.
EnglishFor example, the bargain or British cheque.
EnglishNow there are real deals to be had at bargain prices.
EnglishWe should not be seen to be renewing agreements where the third party has not fulfilled their side of the bargain.
EnglishThe saddest aspect of all this is that we demand they keep their side of the bargain when we forget to keep ours.
EnglishWe can do this by driving a hard bargain, yet remaining specific, regarding the planned reforms in Zimbabwe.
EnglishWe know that the Commission has driven a hard bargain, but, in the words of the Korean proverb, 'even the best make mistakes'.
EnglishIt is absolutely essential that we enshrine in European law the right to join trade unions and the right to bargain collectively.