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neologism

Last Update: 2014-04-06
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Neologismo

Neologisms

Last Update: 2012-09-11
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Neologismo

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Last Update: 2011-05-08
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Neologismo

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Neologismos

Neologism

Last Update: 2011-08-27
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Cinco años más tarde, tal vez haya llegado el momento de integrarlos en mayor medida, quizá incluso con una palabra que se ponga de moda, un neologismo como , con el fin de superar esta contradicción y esta distinción entre competitividad y medio ambiente.
http://www.europarl.europa.eu/

Five years later, the time has perhaps come to integrate them more, maybe even with a buzz word, with a new word such as , in such a way as to overcome this contradiction and this distinction between competitiveness and environment.
http://www.europarl.europa.eu/

Last Update: 2012-02-29
Subject: Social Science
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Reference: europa.eu

Por consiguiente, la declaración es aceptable, y desearía darle oficialmente las gracias, señor Michel, por su papel esencial de mediador, intercesor, explicador - si puedo aventurar este neologismo -, y, como ha subrayado, Europa - y no creo que eso se deba únicamente a la salida de los Estados Unidos - tuvo un peso muy importante, porque usted supo comprometerse y porque Europa no era sólo quince países, sino trece países más.
http://www.europarl.europa.eu/

In effect, therefore, the declaration is acceptable and I would like to thank Mr Michel, officially, for the essential role that he played as mediator, intercessor and - if I can risk a neologism - explainer. As you have emphasised so well, Mr Michel, Europe was able to make its full influence felt - and I do not believe that it did so only after the departure of the United States - because you showed great personal commitment, and because Europe consisted not only of fifteen countries, but of thirteen others as well.
http://www.europarl.europa.eu/

Last Update: 2012-02-29
Subject: Social Science
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Reference: europa.eu

.(FR) No puedo resistirme a emplear términos o, más bien, neologismos dignos de los que figuran en el informe, para denunciar la " e-pocresía " recurrente de ustedes en materia de empleo y de protección social.

I cannot resist the pleasure of indulging in terms, or rather coining phrases, worthy of those used in the report in order to condemn your repeated e-pocrisy regarding employment and social protection.

Last Update: 2008-03-04
Subject: Social Science
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Reference: Europarl
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El Consejo aprobó el 28 de mayo de 1998 -ahora sigue una palabra, Vorbeitrittsvereinbarung (acuerdo de preadhesión) que he estado a punto de leer equivocadamente como « desliz » (Vorbei-Tritt): el sentido puede variar en alemán si no se acentúa debidamente; la burocracia no para de inventar curiosos neologismos-, como estaba diciendo, el Consejo aprobó el Acuerdo de preadhesión sobre la lucha contra la delincuencia organizada entre los Estados miembros de la Unión Europea y los países candidatos a la adhesión de la Europa central y oriental y Chipre.

The German word for pre-accession pact is one of those interesting new words that the bureaucrats are always inventing, and I nearly mispronounced it so that it came out as pre-cession!In the case of organised crime we are faced with criminal activities which are unfortunately spreading not only within the applicant countries but also from them into the Member States of the European Union.

Last Update: 2008-03-04
Subject: Social Science
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Reference: Europarl

El empleo ha resistido bien, podemos leer en el documento, que inventa incluso el sabroso neologismo de « mejora diferida de los niveles de empleo », antes de decidirse a reconocer la amarga verdad: « por vez primera en diez años, la zona euro ha registrado un retroceso, perdiendo unos 200  000 puestos de trabajo en términos netos en 2003, y la tasa de desempleo debería seguir aumentando ligeramente en 2004 ».

Employment has proved pretty resistant, or so it appears from the report, which goes as far as to invent the piquant neologism of ‘ delayed improvements in employment levels’, before admitting the bitter truth that, ‘ in its first decline in ten years, the euro zone recorded a loss of some 200 000 jobs (in net terms) in 2003, and the unemployment rate should continue to rise slightly in 2004’.

Last Update: 2008-03-04
Subject: Social Science
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