Exemples d'usage pour « just out » en français
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EnglishI would just point out once more that your Group was evidently not in agreement.
EnglishThis money was not just being thrown out to industry, although some of it was.
EnglishBut I just want to pick out a couple of points and ask a couple of questions.
EnglishBearing in mind that time is limited, I would like to point out just a few problems.
EnglishWe in the Prairies have just found out that our durum wheat is worth $1.37.
EnglishIn Europe, well, the Guantánamo prisoners did not just fall out of the sky.
EnglishA national survey using a participatory approach has just been carried out.
EnglishThe hon. member should understand my whole speech, not just 23 words out of 1,500.
EnglishI also agree that these texts have been brought out at just the right time.
EnglishI just want to point out that the quake reached 8.3 on the Richter scale.
EnglishI just wanted to point out to you that the Council presidency is here today.
EnglishIn all, just sixteen out of more than fifty states have joined the mechanism so far.
EnglishWe have not just taken the money out, we have taken the care out of health care.
EnglishI just came out of the defence committee too and it is the same process.
EnglishThe Reform Party did not do well but the NDP just about took them out.
English Mr President, I should just like to point out that the clock says it is 6.56 p.m.
EnglishBut I just don't come out with my entire life story over martinis and a Coke.
EnglishI should just like to point out once again that the joint text still holds good.
EnglishThey go to church and feel bored... but they keep going everyweek just out ofhabit.
EnglishI wish I could just come right out and tell everyone Ann's a lousy lay.
Traductions similaires pour « just out » en français
left out adjectif