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expand_more E quanta arrogância nos critérios políticos impostos a estes países!
É uma manifestação de suprema arrogância e desrespeito pela voz dos cidadãos.
Seria um acto de arrogância tentar resumir a Cimeira de Copenhaga em dois minutos.
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Exemplos de uso para "arrogance" em português
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EnglishIt would be arrogance to attempt to sum up the Copenhagen Summit in two minutes.
EnglishOnly a clear 'no' or 'never' will do in the face of so much blind European arrogance.
EnglishThe confidence of Turkey’s Prime Minister, Recep Erdogan, verges on arrogance.
EnglishIt is an expression of the highest arrogance and disregard for the citizens' voice.
EnglishMadam President, I must say that the arrogance of this EU knows no bounds.
EnglishThis week in the Spanish Parliament we witnessed the Spanish Government's arrogance.
EnglishIn the meantime Britain continues to treat the Community with arrogance and contempt.
EnglishOnly a clear 'no ' or 'never ' will do in the face of so much blind European arrogance.
EnglishI was quite alarmed at the arrogance and ignorance shown by the Americans.
EnglishAnd what arrogance there is in the political criteria imposed on these countries.
EnglishTo invoke the Treaty of Lisbon is therefore an expression of unacceptable arrogance.
EnglishWhen shall we finally understand that this policy supports Ankara's arrogance?
EnglishWe must make it clear to them that there is no place here for arrogance.
EnglishAlthough often suspected of arrogance, the Commission has managed to come down off its pedestal.
EnglishTheir fall was caused by pride and unbridled blind arrogance.
EnglishPoliticians should set aside their arrogance and comfortable situation.
EnglishThe mighty, through their arrogance, invariably sow the seeds of their own downfall.
EnglishHow can French and Dutch voters be expected to accept such arrogance.
EnglishWhat arrogance to claim that integration only catches on in the well-educated sections of society.
EnglishThe Commission's neo-liberal arrogance is scaring to any democrat.
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