Käännökset & esimerkit
expand_more Seesteinen taivas, kaikkialta saapuvat satakielet, tyyni meri, uskomaton auringonpaiste.
Auringonpaiste on luonnonilmiö, josta on tunnetusti vaikea säätää, eivätkä kaikki Euroopan unionin jäsenvaltiot saa edes nauttia siitä paljoa.
expand_more Metaania syntyy sitä enemmän, mitä korkeammaksi lämpötila nousee ja mitä enemmän aurinko paistaa.
Vaikka ette olekaan saariston asukas, saaret eivät ole vain lomia, aurinkoa ja merta varten.
Käännökset & esimerkit
Esimerkkejä "sunshine"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
Nämä lauseet ovat otettu käyttäen lisälähteitä ja voivat olla epätarkkoja. bab.la ei ole vastuussa niiden sisällöstä.
EnglishClear skies, swallows flying in from all around, calm seas, incredible sunshine.
EnglishWe have sunshine; we have the potential of biofuels; and in some places we have wind.
EnglishMore methane is emitted as the temperature rises and there is more sunshine.
EnglishIt is great to live in semi-darkness and not always in the sunshine, in artificial light.
EnglishAll we ask is that on your next visit you bring a little sunshine to Brussels.
EnglishWe look for a change of scenery, sunshine in winter, and for that you have to go a long way.
EnglishAs you are not an islander, I feel I must point out that islands are not just places for holidays, with sunshine and the sea.
EnglishWhat we want to achieve is for the Member States themselves to decide what to do with this ‘sunshine directive’.
EnglishI have consistently pushed the Sunshine Policy to prevent war and settle peace on the Korean Peninsula.
EnglishThe crux of our Sunshine Policy calls for peaceful coexistence and peaceful exchange and cooperation between the two Koreas.
EnglishIf you put them on the spot on the subject of regulation and directives, the line they take is: ‘the sunshine directive?
EnglishBut if I am a dark-haired, brown-eyed, dark-skinned southern European, I could spend six or seven hours in the sunshine to no effect at all.
EnglishTo Mrs Weisgerber I have to say that anyone who refers, in the title of their press release, to a ‘sunshine directive’, is consciously aiming to misinform.
EnglishLuckily, where poor people live, often there is a lot of sunshine, which makes quite clearly the case for renewable energy in the developing world.
EnglishThousands of people gathered in the hot July sunshine: dignified, sad, a ceremony of memorial, of remembrance and, of course, of grief.
EnglishClearly, you have not experienced Italy's sunshine; you have never been to Italy and you have never tuned into an Italian television channel.
EnglishSunshine is a natural phenomenon that is notoriously difficult to legislate on, and some Member States of the European Union do not have very much of it at all.
EnglishHowever powerful we may consider ourselves to be in this Parliament, we cannot legislate for sunshine or rain across 25 Member States.
EnglishThe aim of this step was to support the Sunshine Policy pioneered by the South Korean President Kim Dae-Jung, who also had the backing of the international community.
EnglishI would simply say – and I do so as a fellow, proud Scot – that the contribution he made to this debate today would not easily be confused with a ray of sunshine.