Exemple de folosire
Exemple de folosire pentru "to put in a place" în română
Aceste propoziții provin din surse externe și este posibil să nu fie corecte. bab.la nu este responsabil de conținutul lor.
EnglishWe have to work together with the Member States to put this in place.
EnglishWe need to put tests in place in order to handle this situation properly.
EnglishHowever, it will take time to put this in place.
EnglishYou have said that you will put them in place.
EnglishAs part of the change in the direction of our policy, we must make sure that we put policies in place for regional markets.
EnglishShe could simply have said: 'Yes, Parliament is right and I will put that in place and take it into account in future'.
EnglishI am not suggesting harmonisation, but that we attempt to put initiatives in place at European level to promote the French system to some degree.
EnglishThe fact that the Swedish Presidency ultimately put it in place seems to me to have been the big success of this transition Presidency.
EnglishYou should also bear in mind that doing this, even on a global scale, would imply a very costly implementing mechanism to put it into place.
EnglishIt is important that the Commission and the Council recognise free area status within the EU and put safeguards in place for these areas.
EnglishTherefore, I would like to know: Does the Commission intend to put measures in place which will guarantee permanent jobs for young people in particular?
EnglishAll this is on the agenda of the strategy for women and we are going to put that in place step by step - not in order to just speak about it, but to change things.
EnglishThere are discussions going on with the European Parliament, with the Commission, in order to put everything in place that we need to do so that the Treaty can enter into force very swiftly.
EnglishIt is the responsibility of the Member States to put controls in place to prevent the unauthorised use of the CE mark and, if necessary, to have products withdrawn from the market.
EnglishAnd, following on from the last question, are some countries more receptive than others to the measures being proposed by the European Union, and what are the barriers being put in their place?
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