Exemples d'usage pour « to join up » en français
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EnglishThere are no limitations on the right to join or set up a trade union.
EnglishAs at 1 June, some 4,265 applicants had signed up to join the new army.
EnglishThat group was to join up with those coming from Harare.
EnglishI welcome the fact that Ireland is going to join up to a new single currency beginning on January 1st, 1999.
EnglishBut if there's enough of us, if all of you would join up... we could make this a fit place to live in.
EnglishThe only way out is for them to join forces and step up their fight against this policy.
EnglishDoes it intend to join up with that particular battle carrier group on whatever mission that may be tasked to that group?
EnglishThey took the road leading to Koysanjaq to join up with the Turkish units already positioned there.
EnglishThe countries of that region are queuing up to join the European Union, and this is the great attractiveness of the EU.
EnglishI believe it will be much more important than in the past to join up policies on trade and foreign affairs.
EnglishIt is time to join up the dots.
EnglishThe armed forces accept only those who have reached adulthood, and recruits must provide their personal details in order to join up.
EnglishWe also feel that the Council should wake up and join the real world, because it seems to think that this is unnecessary.
EnglishHalf of Europe is queuing up to join the EU and yet 48% of present citizens wonder whether it is a good thing.
English"I just had to join up," he said, "because of the change they made in me in St.
EnglishHalf of Europe is queuing up to join the EU and yet 48 % of present citizens wonder whether it is a good thing.
English- The arrival in Kinshasa on 27 April 2003 of senior representatives of the Congolese Rally for Democracy (CRD-Goma) to join the Follow-up Commission;
EnglishAll Cuban workers have the right to freely join and to set up union organisations with no need for prior authorisation.
EnglishI'll join up with you later.
EnglishHow do you join up Article 148, which coordinates employment policies, with Article 12, which coordinates economic policies?
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