Exemplos de uso
Exemplos de uso para "hackneyed" em português
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EnglishWe only need to implement those which are on the table, which are already boring and hackneyed.
EnglishThat is a hackneyed phrase, but I really mean it.
EnglishAnswers phrased in hackneyed, Soviet-style language have now taken over from the initially condescending replies.
EnglishThere are no net contributors; that hackneyed notion is merely a fallacy dreamt up by bad accountants.
EnglishThe first, in my view, is the fact that many of the arguments have become hackneyed.
EnglishThe political aspect is linked in practice to the financial aspect, and both are linked to the much abused and hackneyed Lisbon Strategy.
EnglishThe report, in fact, is a hotchpotch of hackneyed ideas, all of which have the same purpose, namely the inversion of decent values and the promotion of decadence.
EnglishSchools cannot, of course, be encyclopaedias, nor should they conform to stereotypical international standards, or merely churn out hackneyed clichés.
EnglishThe UN Secretary-General did not greet us with polite and hackneyed words of thanks, no, he really read the riot act to Europe over its immigration policy.
EnglishI shall give one specific example, though there are others, of this great tendency to resort to hackneyed arguments which paralyse people and prevent the public authorities from acting in good time.
English. - (HU) It has long been considered a hackneyed saying in scientific life that there are three main strategic treasures which man will even go to war to obtain.