« bland » - traduction française
We have seen that theoretical or bland citizenship, some vague feeling of belonging, makes Europe weaker.
They are more aware of that than they are of the Treaty of Amsterdam, since, as a Spanish journalist said, the Treaty is colourless, odourless and bland.
My delegation notes that the report remains a largely statistical compilation of events, a bland listing of meetings and outcome documents.
Synonymes anglais de « bland »
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I seem to have heard a lot of bland speeches like that over the last few years!
However, the article contains a somewhat bland, if not dangerous, reference to minors.
Mr. Alan Bland, Regulation Consultant, Association of International Accountants
However, deaths of nine more Mexicans on Wednesday shattered such bland assurances.
Ms. Doreen Bland, Secretary to the Council, Association of International Accountants
Bland statements such as 'reducing demand is an important aspect' is not good enough.
Bland statements such as 'reducing demand is an important aspect ' is not good enough.
Twenty-one years on, must we come up with such a bland formulation?
The bland acceptance of such inflammatory material by lawyers is unacceptable.
Neither will bland complaints about not getting everything we want or when we want it from trade negotiations.
It is unfortunate that this awful tragedy has now become a bland, everyday statistic.
Harmonisation does not mean bland similarity.
It was a rather bland speech about what we could all do and how marvellous that would be.
The governments of the Member States did not accept this definition, which is also rather simplistic and unduly bland.
microwaved food needn't be bland
The last speaker from the Bloc sat in the defence committee hearing yesterday when Dr. Bland made a presentation on procurement.
In comparison with “weapons of mass destruction”, the term “conventional weapons” sounds bland.
All these carrots of encouragement are bland without the stick of a statutory right to interest.
My group was appalled, politically speaking, at the blandness of the terms of the Socialist pseudo-censure motion of December.
She said at one point, rather blandly I thought, that she was going to propose tangible measures in various sectors.
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