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expand_more Joku on ollut tietoinen skandaalista jo hyvin pitkään, ja joku on halunnut salata sen.
Joku on joskus todennut, että ?mieluummin ulkomaalaisena Yhdysvalloissa kuin Euroopassa?.
Toivon, että joku onnistuu siihen mennessä välittämään parlamentin viestin heille.
Esimerkkejä "someone"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishAs someone stated, it has taken quite a while to get 27 Member States to ratify.
EnglishSomeone said during this debate that the European Union's response has been hasty.
EnglishIn this affair, we are the imaginary actors in a play written by someone else.
EnglishThere is no point in waging a conflict of competence at someone else's expense.
EnglishI hope that someone will manage to convey Parliament's message to them by then.
EnglishFamilies should have the option of bringing someone in to do some domestic work.
EnglishThe punchline is that someone advises you to throw yourself out of a helicopter.
EnglishThat way, we can verify that the email address doesn't belong to someone else.
EnglishCould someone, either Mr Bourlanges or yourself, give us some information on this?
EnglishSpending someone else's without their permission is not budgeting, it is theft.
EnglishI say this as someone who comes from the Alps, where forests are very important.
EnglishThe truth is that a terrorist is someone who thinks that an end justifies any means.
EnglishWhy would someone leave their home to go for a brisk walk in a toxic neighborhood?
EnglishIf someone is on a list for the wrong reasons, how can he be taken off the list?
EnglishFor someone to share control of your computer, you must give the person permission.
EnglishI will refer to only one case, because it concerns someone I knew personally.
EnglishNo one can vote in his own place and in someone else's and do it accidentally!
EnglishWe were told by someone who was sent out that we had all been made redundant.
EnglishI have already asked someone to speak in favour, in accordance with the Rules.
EnglishToday, however, we are talking about someone for whom diamonds may become a curse.