Fordítások & példák
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "appeasement" szó használatára magyarul
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EnglishWe are only bolstering the Mullahs when we continue this policy of appeasement.
EnglishAppeasement only whets the appetite - the insatiable appetite - of terrorists.
EnglishInstead of backing appeasement, we should back the legitimate Iranian Opposition.
EnglishBesides, Europe has its own unhappy experience of political appeasement.
EnglishDan decided that he liked Mondale's anger and unconcealed hatred better than his smarmy appeasement.
EnglishOur worship was never one of blood sacrifice or appeasement.
EnglishBut we follow a policy of appeasement in the EU.
EnglishThe term frozen has a notion of appeasement.
EnglishThis policy of appeasement is lethal, not only for the interests of the Iranian people, but also for everyone who wants peace.
EnglishWhat has our policy of appeasement achieved?
EnglishEvil cannot be appeased, as it is in the nature of evil to exploit every appeasement for its own ends.
EnglishReturning to business as usual before Moscow fully complies with its commitments is close to appeasement.
EnglishThe rapporteur highlights the weakness of the EU's policy towards the Burmese junta, a weakness that is tantamount to appeasement.
EnglishThe European Union is in danger of being inclined to follow a line of appeasement with this dictatorship, as it did with Cuba.
EnglishNo more talk; no more appeasement.
English(FR) Madam President, I would like to thank the Commissioner, who has clearly shown himself this evening to be on the side of appeasement.
EnglishWe need an independent debate in the presence of all parties, so as to avoid potential conflicts of interest and promote appeasement.
EnglishThat war was immediately preceded by a secret pact between the Soviet Union and Germany, and by the policy of appeasement adopted by the countries of Western Europe.