Traductions & exemples
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Toute une série d'événements ont mené au projet de loi C-284.
À cet égard, nous attendons avec intérêt les délibérations du Conseil qui doivent mener à la prorogation du mandat, le mois prochain.
Exemples d'usage pour « to lead up » en français
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EnglishIn the lead-up to the election, there are signs of increasing cooperation.
EnglishIn the lead-up to the High-level Plenary Meeting, the following documents will be issued:
EnglishI also wish to stress the active Arab diplomacy in the lead-up to the conference.
EnglishGermany also took the lead role in setting up the new Afghan police force.
EnglishIn the lead-up to the high-level meetings, the following documents have been/ will be issued:
EnglishWe will be following events closely in the lead-up to the loya jirga.
EnglishIn the lead-up to the general debate, the following documents have been or will be issued:
EnglishPolitical parties have become increasingly active in the lead-up to the elections.
EnglishIn the lead-up to the high-level meetings, the following documents have been or will be issued:
EnglishIn the lead-up to the Conference, the following correspondence will be issued:
EnglishWe can assume that such a memo was not circulated as the lead-up to a beauty pageant.
EnglishHis report will be very useful to us in our deliberations which lead up to the granting of a discharge.
EnglishThe way was now clear for constructive engagement in the lead-up to UNCTAD XI.
EnglishThe Commission seeks to help shape a global consensus in the lead-up to 2010 and beyond.
EnglishAdequate resources and technical support need to be mobilized in the lead-up to the local council elections.
EnglishIn the lead-up to the Summit, the following documents have been issued:
EnglishThe Portuguese authorities stand ready to provide such a force in the lead-up to elections.
EnglishWhat are our expectations for the new cycle that will lead us up to the 2010 review conference?
EnglishNamibia will play its part in the lead-up to Copenhagen.
EnglishThe first of these is that our experience of the Kosovo conflict must lead to a speeding-up of the enlargement process.
Traductions similaires pour « to lead up » en français
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