Traductions & exemples
expand_more Même après 54 années d'indépendance, la menace terroriste n'a pas diminué.
Il a déclaré que la pratique de la torture avait diminué à la prison d'Abou Ghraib après cette visite.
Le taux d'abattage n'a pas diminué.
Exemples d'usage pour « abated » en français
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EnglishEven after 54 years of independence, the threat of terrorism has hardly abated.
EnglishWhile I am glad that the violence has abated somewhat since then, tensions remain high.
EnglishThe revolutionary dynamism that motivated Émile Shoufani 24 years ago has not abated.
EnglishAlmost a month after the occurrence of that tragic incident, our outrage has not abated.
EnglishThe tension caused by the fuel crisis abated for only a brief period.
EnglishThe repression of Gio, Krahn and Mandingo minorities have also abated.
EnglishAlthough the fishermen have been warned, the difficulties have not abated.
EnglishThose concerns have not abated since the report was completed.
EnglishIt will not be abated for them, and therein they are in despair (of any mercy and hope of escape).
EnglishIn the last couple of years or so the practice of illicit external transfer of women seems to have abated.
EnglishEmission factors (mean values) were assigned for unabated emissions and abated emissions.
EnglishAs we denounce vertical proliferation, horizontal proliferation does not appear to have abated.
EnglishThe tension in Kosovo has abated somewhat over the past month.
EnglishThe Advisory Committee was informed that the ground fuel problems faced by the Mission had abated.
EnglishFollowing the visit, he stated that torture at Abu Ghraib abated.
EnglishIf the penalty is imposed on a person who confesses and later retracts his confession, then the penalty is abated.
EnglishFirst and foremost, although some geopolitical risks have abated, they have not all evaporated.
EnglishThe danger has abated in some places, but it is not enough.
English(e) At that time, the acuity of the problem had abated;
EnglishHere the person becomes entitled to a national minimum pension abated by his or her service pension.