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expand_more 380 milhões de cidadãos da União têm uma afinidade com a Comissão.
A democracia depende também de uma ligação, uma afinidade, entre o governo e aqueles que são governados.
Não tenho qualquer afinidade com o senhor Chávez nem tenho simpatia política por ele - de todo.
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Exemplos de uso para "affinity" em português
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EnglishI believe that you have expressed, it seems, an affinity with one particular energy source.
EnglishUnder our Rules of Procedure, you join a political group on the basis of political affinity.
English380 million citizens of the Union have an affinity with the Commission.
EnglishI have a very clear lack of affinity or political sympathy for Mr Chávez; a complete lack.
EnglishDemocracy depends also on a connection between government and governed - an affinity.
EnglishEvery country must choose the methods of energy production with which it has the greatest affinity.
EnglishToday, the political affinity that existed between Mr Blair and Mr Clinton is no longer even applicable.
EnglishSo, how do I explain this mysterious affinity?
EnglishThe feeling of reciprocal affinity has to grow.
EnglishIt proves that they have little affinity with European small- and medium-sized enterprises, the backbone of our economy.
EnglishI wonder what affinity there is between the British Conservatives and the bulk of the PPE on this fundamental question.
EnglishThe proposal to assign a separate budget line for funding this Strategy would demonstrate the affinity and innovation of the Baltic region.
EnglishWhen Scott Heiferman founded Meetup, he thought it would be used for, you know, train spotters and cat fanciers -- classic affinity groups.
EnglishAgain, the solution is to push powers down back to national authorities which have genuine affinity and allegiance from their voters.
EnglishWe delude ourselves if we believe that this House commands anything like the affinity and identity which national parliaments have built up over the centuries.
EnglishThe negotiations in Berlin in 1999 were conducted by Mr Kok and Mr Zalm, neither of whom had any affinity with agriculture and horticulture.
EnglishHowever, this special affinity cannot and must not be used as an excuse for not setting the same standards when it comes to preconditions as we do for other ACP countries.
EnglishBritain has always felt a special affinity with Poland, and this was evidenced in the early 1980s when Poland was going through very difficult times.
EnglishLadies and gentlemen, honourable Members, there is on our continent a historical mental affinity, a feeling of togetherness which makes us Europeans.
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