Traduções e exemplos
expand_more Naturalmente, posso compreender que tenha havido alguns colegas que disseram aqui que seria precipitado.
Não contentes com o facto de terem precipitado a crise, esses parasitas querem agora explorá-la para ganharem mais alguns biliões.
Esta falência é vista, na verdade, como tendo precipitado a recessão económica e a crise financeira profundas que actualmente vivemos a nível mundial.
Exemplos de uso
Exemplos de uso para "precipitate" em português
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EnglishBut precipitate action by the Community on closures must be avoided.
EnglishOf course I can understand why some Members have said that we are being precipitate.
EnglishThis war will precipitate a conflict between civilisations.
EnglishI believe that our resolution today helps to foster such awareness and to precipitate such action.
EnglishThat is what is at stake here, and it leaves little room for taking up positions which are demagogic, precipitate or tactical.
EnglishDo we need to breed terrorists who will attack Europe and the USA to precipitate effective action like in Afghanistan?
EnglishMr President, it is important that we, as a House, are not rushed into precipitate action by the activities of a few journalists.
EnglishBut what we have learned from our incidents is that precipitate reaction can often do more damage than the initial crises.
EnglishThe constitution of armed militia by the authorities is tending to precipitate the infernal cycle of vengeance and to lead inexorably towards civil war.
EnglishThe European Union has been known, time and again, to adopt precipitate legislation, based either on alleged or sometimes real terrorist threats.
EnglishThe report by the Committee on Budgets seems precipitate just because it does not place the accent on the priority need to bring about political union.
EnglishSo I suggest that we urge the Commission to hold a longer and deeper dialogue about this; not to precipitate action but to measured consideration.
EnglishOur task is to fill that gap and in particular to shoulder our responsibilities in the face of economic and social developments which may well precipitate a serious crisis.
EnglishWe are concerned that the equity capital requirements for our SMEs will not be achievable by 2006, and that this will precipitate a massive number of foreclosures and bankruptcies.
EnglishWe need to make sure that our fellow citizens maintain confidence in the banking system and do not give in to this tide of panic, which would only precipitate a downward spiral.
EnglishQuite apart from that, the people in Romania and Bulgaria, too, have a right to see those problems resolved before any enlargement, particularly if it is to be a precipitate one.
EnglishI fear that such precipitate action by our colleagues might also have prevented Parliament from giving a proper hearing to the voluntary associations and from studying their problems in depth.
EnglishAfter all, water is the most essential means of survival and it is not impossible for drainage water to enter the ground water and for the emissions in the air to precipitate into the water.
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