Vertalingen en voorbeelden
expand_more Zij zullen niet opgewassen zijn tegen de concurrentie en de hoge aanpassingkosten niet kunnen dragen.
Roemenië en Bulgarije zullen echter net zo min als de Europese Unie opgewassen zijn tegen een overhaaste uitbreiding.
Wij moeten dit werk doen om een alom aanvaard doel te bereiken: de voorbereiding van de uitbreiding van de Unie en de totstandbrenging van instellingen die tegen deze moeilijke taak opgewassen zijn.
Voorbeeldzinnen voor "able to cope" in het Nederlands
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EnglishHow will we be able to cope with a dependence rate of 70 % in the year 2030?
EnglishOtherwise they will not be able to cope with sudden competition from the outside.
EnglishWe have many tasks ahead of us, and I am proud that Europe is able to cope with them!
EnglishI am sure that the members of your group will be able to cope and vote calmly.
EnglishThese rules imply additional costs that the poorest beneficiaries will not be able to cope with.
EnglishNor will they be able to cope with the cost of converting to the euro and with competition.
EnglishOnly together will we be able to cope with the challenges that the enlarged Union will face.
EnglishA weak Union would collapse under such a confrontation, it would not be able to cope with such a confrontation.
EnglishThirdly, we have to be able to cope financially.
EnglishIt should now be able to cope with enlargement.
EnglishI believe that the structures and relationships, as they currently stand, may not be able to cope with that tension.
EnglishFrontier workers must be flexible, so as to be able to cope with the confusion of laws on both sides of the borders.
EnglishNeither in terms of costs nor of resources are small- and medium-sized enterprises able to cope with quarterly reporting.
EnglishIn order to be able to cope with this trend, methods of transport must become cleaner, quieter, safer and more efficient.
EnglishNeither Romania and Bulgaria, though, nor indeed the European Union, will be able to cope with an over-hasty enlargement.
EnglishOne thing, though, is clear, and that is that we would be able to cope with none of these major problems were it not for the European Union.
EnglishIndependent studies have shown that increased consumption means that the markets are able to cope with these additional quantities.
EnglishOn the contrary, Parliament, too, should prove to itself that it is able to cope on the resources at its disposal.
EnglishWe have just heard that we will be able to cope with all that within the framework of the Perspective that was adopted in Berlin in 1999.
EnglishThey'll never be able to cope."
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