Käännökset & esimerkit
expand_more Esimerkiksi Schengenin sopimukseen liittyminen oli hidas ja erittäin hankala prosessi.
Lukemattomien elämien hidas sammuminen ei vain näytä olevan tarpeeksi dramaattista.
Hidas ratifiointiprosessi on tunnetusti ongelma myös muilla alueilla.
Kuten aina, yhteiskunta kehittyy, ja lait seuraavat yhteiskunnan usein nopeankin kehitysprosessin perässä, ja siksi lait ovat käytäntöä jäljessä.
Esimerkkejä "slow"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
EnglishIf the substance were labelled explicitly, this industry would die a slow death.
EnglishThe report rightly highlights the slow pace of implementation of this directive.
EnglishHowever, the reform process embarked upon so far sometimes feels a bit slow.
EnglishA slow foxtrot makes your back ache, and your partner may end up disappointed.
EnglishJust as we were slow to react to the economic storm, but that is another story.
EnglishFragmentation makes your hard disk do extra work that can slow down your computer.
EnglishToo many of these programs opening at the same time can slow down your computer.
EnglishProgress achieved to consolidate Bosnia as a single State is far too slow.
EnglishSo, it will slow down, but - it must be stressed - there will not be a recession.
EnglishUnfortunately, we have to say that the practical reforms have made slow progress.
EnglishHowever, the fact that progress has been slow does not mean that nothing is happening.
EnglishWhen it came to economic criteria, however, progress had been extremely slow.
EnglishWe fully support the Commission' s criticism of the slow speed of reform in Europe.
EnglishUnnecessary files on your hard disk take up disk space and can slow down your computer.
EnglishYou cannot change the world that quickly, and even Europe is slow to move.
EnglishIt is therefore only natural that people are disenchanted with the slow pace of change.
EnglishYes, it is too slow in many ways, but actually we have come quite a long way.
EnglishI expressed my very real concern about the slow pace of the present negotiations.
EnglishHowever, we need to recognise that progress in this area has been far too slow.
EnglishThose who criticise the Solidarity Fund as being ineffective or too slow have a point.