Traduções e exemplos
expand_more Que é a vida terrena senão jogo e diversão frívola?
Que tomaram sua religião por diversão e jogo, e os iludiu a vida terrena
No seu pior, são descartáveis, para diversão.
amusement (também: comfort, delight, diversion, enjoyment, fun, gratification, happiness, pleasure, satisfaction, deliciousness)
expand_more Verificámos também com algum prazer que o Governo francês protestou e exigiu a continuação da unanimidade para estas matérias "extremamente sensíveis".
Verificámos também com algum prazer que o Governo francês protestou e exigiu a continuação da unanimidade para estas matérias " extremamente sensíveis ".
Caros colegas, fiquei hoje com a ligeira sensação de que alguns de entre nós acham que a senhora deputada Haug teria elaborado este relatório para seu próprio e enorme prazer.
Quando a senhora comissária Gradin levantou esta questão e fez dela uma das prioridades do seu mandato, foram provavelmente grandes o divertimento e o cepticismo acerca das dimensões do problema.
Exemplos de uso
Exemplos de uso para "amusement" em português
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EnglishThis is something we're building for, you know, amusement parks and that kind of stuff.
EnglishNaught is the life of this world but a game (or pastime) and a sport (or amusement).
EnglishSuch who took their religion for an amusement, sport and a pastime; who were beguiled by the life of the world.
EnglishNow this store, it was almost like going to an amusement park.
EnglishBut there would be some amusement in some of the more rural parts of Ireland at the tone of the debate.
Englisha bit of amusement to kill time while traveling
EnglishAt worst, they're throwaways, they're for amusement.
EnglishPerhaps he thought that it was an amusement park.
Englisha day of rest, leisure and amusement
EnglishHowever, it provoked a lot of amusement - especially in the Court of Auditors - when it was seen what was being presented as audits.
EnglishAnimals are, by definition, not just there for our amusement. It is only right that a civilised society should give their beastly fate more attention.
EnglishI spent ten years chairing the Security and Disarmament Sub-Committee at a time when our embarking on this work was regarded with some amusement.
EnglishSo, in New York City, on the first Saturday of every summer, Coney Island, our local, charmingly run-down amusement park, hosts the Mermaid Parade.
EnglishIt is also noted with some amusement that the French Government has protested and has called for unanimity on these 'very sensitive' issues to be maintained.
EnglishI hope that this House will not start to think of our interventions as an annoying habit, or even something to be treated superficially and with amusement.
EnglishIt is also noted with some amusement that the French Government has protested and has called for unanimity on these 'very sensitive ' issues to be maintained.
EnglishLadies and gentlemen, I rather got the impression today that you thought Mrs Haug had drawn up this report largely for her own amusement.
EnglishMadam President, from this side of the hemicycle, we are following with some amusement the division between right and left on the more or less extendable definition of human rights.
EnglishMinors under public custody should be able to participate in amusement activities, including play and recreation activities adequate for their age and have access to education.
EnglishWhen Commissioner Gradin raised this issue and made it one of the priorities for her term of office, there was probably quite a lot of amusement and scepticism about the extent of the problem.
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Aprenda outras palavras
- amulet in the shape of a fist with crossed thumb and forefinger
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- amusement park
- amusing person
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