Fordítások & példák
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "averting" szó használatára magyarul
Az alábbi mondatok külső forrásokból származnak és nem miden esetben ponstosak. Ennél fogva a bab.la semmilyen felelősséget vagy kötelezettséget nem vállal az itt megjelenő információkért.
EnglishEl grinned weakly as he went down the ravine, averting his eyes from the sprawled dead he passed.
EnglishThe clerk took no notice, averting his gaze as Munro moved away.
EnglishAnd you commit yourself wholly to averting the price life exacts.
EnglishHe said, averting his eyes and looking the picture of misery and embarrassment, It's about that car.
EnglishDirk Jansen was already passing his own body, averting his eyes.
EnglishIt is not just about averting the threat of a nuclear bomb.
EnglishI've noticed her-look at him once or twice, murmured Miss Marple, averting her eyes.
EnglishAfter all, if we do not change mobility habits, we will never succeed in averting climate change.
EnglishOnly a global agreement has any chance of averting a humanitarian disaster in the country.
EnglishI find it absolutely appalling that all of us in Europe are averting our eyes and that we are failing to take action.
EnglishI always eat heartily after narrowly averting death.
EnglishStill averting her gaze from the window, she imagined the platform descending, the corpse disappearing.
Englishthe need for policy instruments aimed at averting such large and damaging price fluctuations;
EnglishNimue said, averting her eyes, Tell me something of Morgaine.
EnglishThe old man, averting his eyes, brought a cover for me.
EnglishIt seemed a shame to Clark that he couldn't thank the man personally for his part in averting a nuclear war.
EnglishHe passed a few pedestrians, averting his face without seeming to, and drew attention only for his height.
EnglishTiberius thought that perhaps Nerva was annoyed with him for not having taken his advice sooner about averting the financial crisis.
EnglishIn proposing such loans, we are promoting entrepreneurship and increasing work activity, thereby averting and reducing social exclusion.
EnglishTherefore, it is clearly a question not only of saving money and averting disasters, but above all of saving human lives - that really is the priority.