Käännökset & esimerkit
expand_more Taajuudet ovat kuitenkin niukka luonnonvara ja ennen kaikkea julkinen hyödyke.
Jo Luxemburgin ehdotus oli niukka ja hyväksyttävän rajoilla.
Meille kerrottiin - ja se on totta - että radiotaajuudet ovat niukka luonnonvara.
Esimerkkejä "scarce"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishHowever, the spectrum is a scarce resource and, above all, it is a public good.
EnglishWe were told - and it is true - that radio spectrum is a scarce resource.
EnglishThose toxins find their way into the scarce water sources or pollutes arid land.
EnglishWe are entering an era in which the resources of the planet are scarce.
EnglishThe use of energy and scarce raw materials should be drastically reduced
EnglishThe opinion is that spectrum is a scarce resource that does not recognise borders.
EnglishFor example, it should be clarified that the 'scarce' resources are defined by the EU.
EnglishThat would only have diverted attention and scarce resources away from the relief effort.
EnglishThe radio spectrum is a scarce natural resource which has now started to come up for auction.
EnglishThat in turn will mean a huge additional utilisation of already scarce water resources.
EnglishThis should not become common practice in future in view of the scarce resources available.
EnglishChina is rapidly accumulating foreign currency reserves and control over scarce global resources.
EnglishResources are scarce and the last thing we need is two different sets of capability goals.
EnglishWe know that scarce resources in the budget will be with us for the foreseeable future.
EnglishThe scarce development resources must be used in the most effective and efficient manner.
EnglishDemocratic institutions are weak and press freedom is scarce.
EnglishUnemployment has risen and the jobs that have been created are scarce.
EnglishSince resources are scarce, I ask the Commission to make sure that no money is wasted.
EnglishJobs are scarce, tensions are high, people are hurting, angry and disillusioned.
EnglishWater is a scarce resource and its 2.2 million people are poor and live in rural areas.