"naïve" - tradução em português
Without being protectionist, the line defended here may be described as less naïve.
The naive reasoning in this report would be disastrous to the global economy.
I think that the Commission needs to be a bit less naive in this respect.
Perhaps, according to some critics, this initiative could seem to be a naive approach.
Immigration as a means of increasing population is a naive route to take.
We must beware of a certain naïve optimism as regards the North-South divide.
The European Parliament is neither naïve nor romantic on questions of anti-terrorism.
It would be naïve to say that there were no illegal domestic workers in Europe.
Secondly, speaking of a constitution, we must be careful not to be too naive.
The report that is before you is constructive, but not naive, in my view.
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Exemplos de uso para "naïve" em português
We should not be so naïve as to leave the business of supervision to the Americans.
We feel that, in this respect, there may have been a certain naive short-sightedness.
Those who tell us that we must leave the market alone are naïve ideologists.
This is absolutely crucial because, in this area, we appear naive and weak.
We should stop being naive and dare to invest in nuclear energy and nuclear fusion.
I believe that the debate going on here right now is a little naive.
It would be naive to believe that Tehran would not be able to put pressure on Europe.
We cannot afford to be naïve any longer, particularly at this time.
By this I mean that some of our fellow Members are rather naïve.
Indeed, it has only taken a year for us to be disabused of many naïve ideas.
Of course, these are very simple words, and perhaps rather naive in relation to modern-day violence.
Let us not be naïve and delude ourselves: aeroplanes are not bananas and tanks are not refrigerators.
I do not know whether Mr Juncker was being naive or arrogant, but last week he counted the cost of it.
We should know what we are doing and we should not be naive.
To some extent they have been perhaps sophisticated, or naive, victims of these new-fangled alchemies.
Moreover, I am not so naïve as to confuse campaign rhetoric with a Platonic dialogue.
This will not stand in the way of peace, but will simply stop people from being naïve.
Hope for improvement is fine, but we should not be naive.
(NL) Mr President, Baroness Ashton, stop being so naïve.
It would be naïve to ignore the role of EU regulation in the current crisis afflicting the car industry.
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