Käännökset & esimerkit
Kysynkin, että jos kansainvälinen yhteisö myöntää Kosovolle oikeuden irtaantua ja itsenäistyä, miksi tätä oikeutta ei annettaisi koko alueelle, myös serbien asuttamille alueille?
Esimerkkejä "to become independent"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
Nämä lauseet ovat otettu käyttäen lisälähteitä ja voivat olla epätarkkoja. bab.la ei ole vastuussa niiden sisällöstä.
EnglishThe military, which has become independent after a fashion, has played a role.
EnglishIt is only since we joined the European Union that Ireland has become truly independent.
EnglishMadam President, a few years ago I visited Albania, just after it had become independent.
EnglishThe Commission's internal inspectorate, UCLAF, must become an independent control body.
EnglishThey have become more independent, both politically and economically.
English(EL) Mr President, only yesterday Condoleezza Rice said that Kosovo will become independent.
EnglishI saw Slovenia and Croatia become independent states and experience war at the beginning of the 1990s.
EnglishWe have to become independent from America's economy.
EnglishOLAF would then become the Community's independent investigatory authority, an important step.
EnglishIn Germany, for instance, they must become independent.
EnglishThey need to increase the proportion of renewable energy so that they become more independent of the oil market.
EnglishWe must put a stop to the plundering of raw materials and help Africa to become economically independent.
EnglishThe new state of South Sudan is due to officially become independent on 9 July, extending the family of states in our world.
EnglishThese countries are mostly remote, relatively poor, small and have become independent fairly recently.
EnglishThis is a completely shameful parallel: East Timor is going to become independent, whereas Macao is moving towards a communist dictatorship.
EnglishTwo: to agree that Kosovo might become independent only within the European Union after meeting the membership criteria.
EnglishThese federal states have become constitutionally independent with their own address, own house, own budget, own management.
EnglishThe Slovak experience gives the lie to claims that Scotland is too small to become a successful and independent nation within the EU.
EnglishIn the multipolar world of the 21st century, the EU must therefore become an independent entity capable of political action.
EnglishOnly a Union like that can become an independent actor in global politics and have confidence in itself as a partner in transatlantic relations.