Esimerkkejä "to take the trouble"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishIt is unfortunate that the President did not take the trouble to be here today.
EnglishBut those who take the trouble to grasp it see the value and see the potential benefits.
EnglishWe shall take the trouble to study these reports carefully.
EnglishPlease take the trouble to read the Rules of Procedure and apply them.
EnglishGovernments held to democratic account generally take more trouble over the welfare of their people.
EnglishWe European politicians should therefore take the trouble to consider how we can turn this situation round.
EnglishMight it not be an idea - and one that you could take on board today - perhaps to take the trouble to visit amazon.de or amazon.com?
EnglishTo protect non-professional investors, financial companies need to take the trouble to check their level of knowledge and their resources.
EnglishI find it most regrettable that he did not take the trouble to inform the Committee on the Environment at any stage of his dealings.
EnglishYesterday evening at 11.45 p.m. the UPE Group did not even take the trouble to be here - not a single one of them turned up.
EnglishHe was the only one to take the trouble to introduce himself to the non-attached Members of the European Parliament and to answer their questions.
EnglishAmnestycomplains, for example, that the governments of the Union’s Member States often do not even take the trouble to reply when it contacts them.
EnglishI was recently asked by some people attending a public meeting why they should take the trouble to elect representatives to the European Parliament.
EnglishThe President of the Council has stated today that Europeans do not take the trouble to read the Strategy, and that they do not like it, but that is not their fault.
EnglishMr President, there are very, very few Europeans who take the trouble to look at the products which they consume, be they coffee, sugar or chocolate.
EnglishIn particular, as has been said already, even by our Left-wing MEPs, should the European Parliament not first take the trouble to put its own house in order?
EnglishThe MEP was not allowed to take the floor to defend himself before his fellow Members, who incidentally did not take the trouble to read up on the facts of the case.
EnglishI hope that the new Danish Parliament will have members who take the trouble to read the Commission's annual programme and the EU legislative proposals and consider them.
EnglishIt seems to me that if a spokesman cannot take the trouble to be here for this entire debate and be here on time for his own speaking time he should not be allowed to speak at all.
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