Traduções e exemplos
expand_more Qualquer tipo de desvio será de ora em diante severamente punido.
Um dia será escrita a história desta oportunidade falhada, deste tempo perdido, e serão julgados muito severamente todos aqueles que acreditaram que a violência era uma arma política justificável.
Exemplos de uso
Exemplos de uso para "harshly" em português
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EnglishThere is a feeling of social unease in China which the authorities harshly suppress.
EnglishAn order that is harshly enforced poses a risk to the operators concerned.
EnglishBut all in all it is not strange that the Irish should feel harshly treated.
EnglishThird observation: you judge very harshly the common agricultural policy.
EnglishThe Chinese Government has responded harshly to the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize.
EnglishIt has reacted excessively harshly, both internally and externally.
EnglishLet us speak harshly to one another, as we sometimes must, to overcome our weaknesses.
EnglishSo far even war criminals have been treated less harshly by the Serbian judiciary.
EnglishIt is, however, on climate change that you may be more harshly judged.
EnglishThe Christian minority, in particular, is harshly persecuted, and their religion is even prohibited.
EnglishAny kind of deviation will from now on be harshly punished.
EnglishTo put it harshly, to us, to the European Union, stripped down to its bare essentials, what does this mean?
EnglishYou punish the person concerned as harshly as you can.
EnglishA corrective action mechanism with a factor of 1.08 has also been included to penalise offenders more harshly.
EnglishYou harshly said, Commissioner, that the Committee on Legal Affairs' proposal undermines the Commission's position.
EnglishWe are concerned that Romania and Bulgaria should be judged no more or less harshly than previous newcomers.
EnglishIn the past, ENISA was harshly criticised.
EnglishThere is too often a tendency to criticise state aid harshly as a measure causing distortion in competition.
EnglishIf you fail to deliver on this then we will all judge you very harshly and will in fact all suffer as a result.
EnglishI do not remember our requirements for tidying up penal codes and changing the attitudes of the police being quite as harshly worded as they are today.
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