"naïve" - tradução em português
Perhaps, according to some critics, this initiative could seem to be a naive approach.
And yes, on a scale from one to over-trusting, I am pretty damn naive.
This so-called anti-smoking campaign, if not naive, is stupid.
Nor is this a naïve proposal because we know that there will, of course, be further trade disputes.
Madam President, there is a naive belief that the euro will deliver us from all our economic problems.
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.
Secondly, speaking of a constitution, we must be careful not to be too naive.
Yet, as this excellent report shows, it is important not to be naive.
This Parliament will be naive if it gives discharge for your administration.
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We feel that, in this respect, there may have been a certain naive short-sightedness.
I do not know whether Mr Juncker was being naive or arrogant, but last week he counted the cost of it.
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.
It would be naive to think that the single currency could on its own induce political reform.
I thought that a bit of joined-up thinking and working at European level would be beneficial, naive as I was.
We should not be so naïve as to think otherwise.
Let us not be naïve and delude ourselves: aeroplanes are not bananas and tanks are not refrigerators.
It would be naive to think that no country would use its veto if Cyprus were not re-united.
If we are speaking about naivety, the fall of the Berlin wall seemed to be a naive dream for decades and then it became a reality.
When I criticise naïve federalism, it is not in fact federalism itself that I am criticising; quite the opposite.
I feel that one would have to be extremely naive, and not, one hopes, just corrupt, to believe that such a body might be truly objective.
It is naïve and misguided to believe that the more often we refer to the Constitution the more we will boost its chances for resuscitation.
Mr President, let us review REACH calmly, being careful to avoid both naïve green optimism and industrial pessimism.
It is naive to think that the EU Member States can build a wall around them to protect us from external economic threats.
It is the result of thirty years of naïve optimism on the part of the European left, whose good intentions are equalled only by the disastrous results.
It would be naive of those of us on the centre right in European politics to give any comfort to political groups that are closely linked to terrorists.
That is good, but it is naïve to believe that better labelling and better environmental information will solve this problem.
Mr President, firstly I would like to give my reaction to the rather naïve comments made by Mr Martinez about Kosovo.
We are not so naïve, however, as to expect this to be achieved by the current European institutions, which are all completely committed to private interests.
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