Käännökset & esimerkit
expand_more Olut on muutamissa maissa jopa peruselintarvike.
Eläköön olut, eläköön viini, eläköön martini!
Herra Hallamin tarkistuksessa 14 tähän direktiiviin sisällytetään nimittäin olut, siideri ja poiré-päärynäjuoma.
Esimerkkejä "beer"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
Nämä lauseet ovat otettu käyttäen lisälähteitä ja voivat olla epätarkkoja. bab.la ei ole vastuussa niiden sisällöstä.
EnglishMr Berlusconi says that they can all go and have a beer whenever they want to.
EnglishA different legal basis applies to all other alcoholic beverages, including beer.
EnglishIn Wales, my own constituency, half of all fifteen-year-olds drink beer every week.
EnglishMrs Beer, you know very well that I am very attached to that concept.
EnglishThis equates to a duty increase on half a litre of beer of just over 1 euro cent.
EnglishThis report aims to apply a special rate of excise duty to beer produced in Madeira.
EnglishI would point out to Ms McKenna that it is already permitted in beer.
EnglishBeer, meanwhile, is not subject to any specific Community regulation.
English(Laughter) And for many years afterwards, I would have a desperate desire to taste ginger beer.
EnglishIt is not the presence of the additive, it is the fact that the cat should not be drinking beer.
EnglishThis is also, at the same time, my answer to Mrs Beer and the concept of human security.
EnglishThe obligation of re-use is often to the advantage of local producers of beer or mineral water.
EnglishMs Beer, I particularly wish to commend the mission which you led last month to Tehran.
EnglishIf her cat is drinking beer, then that is probably what is making the cat ill.
EnglishIn the vote I would like to see the proposal to include beer extended to include cider also.
English Mrs Beer, please could you present the text of the amendment?
EnglishIn the European scheme of things, this is comparatively small beer.
EnglishThe Czech Republic produces world-famous beer, including Pilsner.
EnglishThank you, Mrs Beer, and I wish you a speedy recovery from what looks very much like a broken arm.
EnglishWould waitresses in beer gardens have to cover up their ?