Käännökset & esimerkit
expand_more Kulttuuri on aina kaksiteräinen miekka, ja tämä on erityisen mielenkiintoista.
Damokleen miekka uhkaa siis kulttuuripolitiikkaamme.
"Rauhanlauseke" ei ole vain yhden pään, eli Euroopan yllä oleva Damokleen miekka.
Esimerkkejä "sword"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishThe 'peace clause' is not a Damocles' sword hanging over the head of Europe alone.
EnglishWhat appears to be a laudable aim, however, could also be a double-edged sword.
EnglishCulture is always a double-edged sword, and this is what is particularly interesting.
EnglishLike a sword of Damocles, it hangs over not only the Union, but over the whole world.
EnglishIn other words, the aim is to impose the liberal choices of big business by fire and sword.
EnglishThe problem with the world, however, is not that democracy should be won with fire and sword.
EnglishHowever, it is with our words that we must fight; words make the most extraordinary sword.
EnglishBut after we left, these same people were again put to the sword by the pro-Indonesian militias.
EnglishHowever, it is necessary for us to ensure that the information society does not become a two-edged sword.
EnglishMoreover, the date of 4 May hangs over us like a sword of Damocles.
EnglishA formidable sword of Damocles thus hangs above our cultural policies.
EnglishThey can then safely continue to sell to us without having a sword of Damocles hanging over them.
EnglishThis is why, in this area in particular, the government carries the sword of justice for a very good reason.
EnglishThe problem is that it is suppressed with fire and sword.
EnglishIf, however, decentralisation is not accompanied by the necessary powers, it might well turn out to be a two-edged sword.
English'I recognise you by the fierce edge of your sword.
EnglishSo it is I am afraid a double-edged sword.
EnglishSuch was the case with Mr Dimas in environment, who refused to see the sword of Damocles above our heads.
EnglishIf indeed it is a Damocles' sword, then it is also threatening the other heads around the negotiating table in Geneva.
EnglishThis sharp sword is necessary because warnings from the supervisory committee have simply been ignored in the past.