Käännökset & esimerkit
expand_more Kyse onkin siitä, kuka siivoaa jäljet - vahinkojen aiheuttaja vai joku muu?
Aivan kuin sen olisi kirjoittanut joku, jolla on ruusunpunaiset silmälasit.
Kuten joku muu sanoi, tällä hetkellä on tarjolla ainoastaan murusia.
Esimerkkejä "somebody"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
Nämä lauseet ovat otettu käyttäen lisälähteitä ja voivat olla epätarkkoja. bab.la ei ole vastuussa niiden sisällöstä.
EnglishSomebody had put a bed across the bathroom door and so she could not get in.
EnglishSomebody referred to the situation in America where exclusivity periods are shorter.
EnglishIt is essential that somebody of your standing should refute those denials.
EnglishThe issue is who tidies up afterwards - the person who causes it or somebody else?
EnglishWe must remember a significant fact: every minute somebody falls victim to a firearm.
EnglishSomebody once said: 'When I hear the word "culture”, I reach for my revolver'.
EnglishWhat really matters is that you spent it on somebody else rather than on yourself.
EnglishThink, "This is somebody who is incredibly vulnerable and in need of love."
EnglishGiven the complexity of the issue, I believe that somebody should explain this request.
EnglishIf somebody can be tracked without their knowing it, that has very serious implications.
EnglishNow, whenever somebody tells me that, I think, you want to see spirituality move something?
EnglishIf somebody is ill, they should be given the possibility of receiving medical care abroad.
EnglishAs somebody else said, all that seems to be on offer at the moment is the crumbs.
EnglishFor somebody to write that the finishing line has been crossed is a total falsehood.
EnglishToo many authorities are involved, and somebody needs to take the lead.
EnglishSomebody called it a 'breakthrough', and I think that is just the right word.
EnglishIn the past somebody said to me I have been defending the decisions the Commission makes.
EnglishWe hear a lot about a Marshall Plan: somebody even called it an Ashton Plan.
EnglishThe first time somebody jumped up and down and the lift started again.
EnglishTheir own photos are getting tagged with meta-data that somebody else entered.