Vertalingen en voorbeelden
amiss (ook: bad, cockeyed, erroneous, faulty, incorrect, miserable, mistaken, nasty, poor, preposterous)
Wij vinden dat wij in een jaar waarin zoveel verkeerds gebeurd is, kunnen verdedigen dat te doen.
De bereidwilligheid om excuses aan te bieden is nooit misplaatst, dus met name die clausule in de ontwerpcode heeft mijn steun.
Voorbeeldzinnen voor "amiss" in het Nederlands
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EnglishLadies and gentlemen, a number of warnings would not be amiss in this debate.
EnglishI am concerned about something more fundamental that is amiss in the Intergovernmental Conference.
EnglishPlease do not take it amiss, but I shall not be voting for a resolution of this nature.
EnglishA little more conservatism in the calculations would not have gone amiss.
EnglishA touch of realism and an element of the specific would not therefore come amiss.
EnglishMr President, in terms of human rights, there is of course a great deal amiss in Chechnya.
EnglishThe financial pyramid affair shows that strengthening controls would not be amiss.
EnglishWe think that we are justified in this course of action in a year in which so much has been amiss.
EnglishFor there is certainly a great deal amiss in Communist Vietnam.
EnglishYou prevent panic by taking adequate measures and not by acting as if there is nothing amiss.
EnglishIf, on the other hand, workers in the weakest positions have to work longer hours, then there is something amiss.
EnglishAnother area where an extra few million would not go amiss is category five, administrative expenditure.
EnglishNo one wants to rob the Member States of their authority but a bit more openness would not go amiss.
EnglishIt is true that, as far as cod is concerned, something is amiss.
EnglishIn short, a little semantic correctness would not go amiss.
EnglishSo something is very much amiss in this whole business.
EnglishThe statistical data we received in this respect does not lead us to believe that anything should be amiss.
EnglishThey all said that indeed, there is still a great deal amiss in Turkey; some said that we are only halfway there.
EnglishI would, however, like to highlight - and I know he will not take it amiss - a fundamental problem which remains unresolved.
EnglishA readiness to apologise never comes amiss, so I particularly support that particular clause in the draft.