Traductions & exemples
it is plain that
on voit bien que [ex.]
expand_more On voit bien que notre planète a besoin d'une pensée globale et d'un courage collectif, comme nous y invitait, à la fin des années 1980, le rapport Brundland, avant le sommet de Rio.
Exemples d'usage pour « it is plain that » en français
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EnglishThe construction of this wall falls within a larger scheme that is plain to see.
English- E/CN.4/2004/NGO/135: South is not uniform - Plain speak about the globalisation
EnglishHowever, it is plain that those efforts have not yielded any practical results.
EnglishWe do not want an extension of the deadline to 2013; we want to make that very plain.
EnglishThey accuse me of having attitudes toward natives which are just plain false.
EnglishI want to make it absolutely plain that the Commission shares these concerns.
EnglishThe role of the torturers was played by plain-clothes officers from the local police.
EnglishAny delay will open the gates to the plain theft of intellectual property.
EnglishIn freight transport, the advantages are tangible and plain for all to see.
EnglishYesterday I made it plain that I would be introducing legislation in the fall.
EnglishPlain language explanations of each provision will complement the diagrammatic models.
EnglishTwo plain language information pamphlets have been developed about
EnglishThe important - and I think the instructive - outcome of the case is plain.
EnglishSecondly, he did not say I was lying so what I said was the truth, the plain truth.
EnglishStark differences, however, exist between the mountainous and plain areas.
EnglishIn plain language, the European Court of Justice cannot enforce the Charter.
EnglishHe was reportedly arrested at home by plain-clothes members of the security forces.
EnglishPlain Introduction for the System for Protection of Victims of Crime (2001)
EnglishMoreover, contract terms should be drafted in plain and intelligible language.
EnglishThe article in question makes it plain that the old approach is inadmissible.
- it is in the nature of things
- it is little point in
- it is more of a hindrance than a help
- it is no accident that
- it is not to be sneezed at
- it is not working
- it is obvious that
- it is only
- it is perfect
- it is plain sailing
- it is plain that
- it is question of
- it is rightly said that
- it is self-explanatory
- it is the height of the season
- it is the survival of the fittest
- it is too bad
- it is too early
- it is too late
- it isn't done
- it isn't much to look at