Vertalingen en voorbeelden
awkward (ook: butterfingered, clumsy, clunky, cumbersome, fiddly, gauche, ham-fisted, inept, left-handed, tacky)
Wat is democratie toch onhandig en lastig.
Nog verbazingwekkender is de volkomen onbeholpen poging om kernenergie door middel van het SURE-programma als het ware in de sector van normale energiebronnen te loodsen.
Voorbeeldzinnen voor "awkward" in het Nederlands
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EnglishI think it is rather awkward to have to make a speech without a copy of the text.
EnglishBut the shooting day would end, and I'd return to my gnarly, awkward self.
EnglishNow the situation remains vague and awkward for both industry and the consumer.
EnglishMr President, the matter now before us has been an awkward one for the Council.
EnglishOf course, the most awkward question is basically what happens to the waste.
EnglishMr President, this is always a slightly awkward moment in the procedure.
EnglishThese amendments would also make the objectives awkward to deal with and difficult to supervise.
EnglishIt is historically charged and naturally it is an awkward situation.
EnglishIt's so awkward to work up there that sometimes I even gave the injections right through their clothes.
EnglishIf this amendment were to be implemented, it would have very awkward consequences in Sweden.
EnglishThat came from a 1960 paper on space travel, because, if you think about it, space is pretty awkward.
EnglishMr President, it is an awkward situation, this tenth anniversary of the elections of the NLD in Burma.
EnglishWell, perhaps one can understand the Commission – the issue of quotas is really awkward.
EnglishThe different practices and laws that exist in the Member States would make it an especially awkward task.
EnglishYou can see him walk barefoot on an awkward land, sometimes in a marshy land, and so on and so forth.
EnglishThe situation is particularly awkward in colleges, which do not have the funds to support it.
EnglishOnce out and in the open this, though a bit awkward, might not be such a big problem.
EnglishCP: At first, very kind of pained, awkward conversations.
EnglishWe have every confidence in her skills as rapporteur in this very awkward conciliation procedure.
EnglishResidence permits are granted for just short periods of time and it is awkward and costly to renew them.