Käännökset & esimerkit
Komissiolla - valitettavasti sen penkki on tyhjä - on tärkeät valtuudet petosten, korruption ja muun laittoman, unionin taloudellisia etuja heikentävän toiminnan torjunnassa.
Esimerkkejä "bench"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
EnglishI would like to praise the European noises that are coming from the front bench.
EnglishWhich bench are we planning to use to push these countries into the swamp of poverty?
EnglishIt is the method that is on the test bench in what the Commission is now starting.
EnglishThirdly: we need an e-Europe test bench for European initiatives.
English Mr President, I would appreciate it if your bench would occasionally look in this direction.
EnglishWhen I talk about words, I am thinking about words like "bench-marking" and "peer review" .
EnglishThe answer is clear, for the bench normally occupied by the culprits is empty: it is the Council's bench.
EnglishToday, when we are discussing social security, the Presidency bench has remained hopelessly empty.
EnglishI requested it myself from this bench last year from Commissioner Liikanen on behalf of the Socialist Group.
EnglishI would ask them to vote first and then come to the President's bench so that they can confirm the results.
EnglishI looked at that giant monster and said to myself -- I am not going to lock myself on that bench the whole day.
English(ES) Mr President, I will try to be very clear, given the wide variety of opinions expressed from my bench.
EnglishThe Union's whole development policy will be on the test bench when we come to define a new convention.
EnglishMy third and final point concerns bench marks.
EnglishAnd, talking about a 'reserve bench', I also wish to address Mr Pronk and ask the Commission to help me a little.
EnglishIn this respect, the Mediterranean could serve as a test bench for a Euro-African policy which respects identities.
EnglishI am sure there are not many people in this Chamber who understand what bench-marking or peer review means.
EnglishI see that the Irish bench is waking up.
EnglishSpain was the first great battle of the Second World War, the test bench for a war to come that would devastate Europe.
EnglishWho knows, maybe one day in the next two and a half years, I will chain myself to your Presidential bench, Mr President.