Vertalingen en voorbeelden
expand_more Alle geruchten in de media ten spijt is dit geen onderwerp van discussie in de Commissie.
Dat geeft alleen maar aanleiding tot allerlei geruchten over ongeregeldheden.
Het gaat hier dan ook niet om geruchten, het gaat hier om een echt probleem.
Voorbeeldzinnen voor "rumours" in het Nederlands
Deze zinnen komen van externe bronnen en zijn misschien niet nauwkeurig. Bab.la is niet verantwoordelijk voor deze inhoud.
EnglishDespite media rumours, this is not a subject for discussion in the Commission.
EnglishI am aware of those rumours but I am not in a position either to confirm or to deny them.
EnglishThere are rumours that the last game of the season will be without time limits.
EnglishThere are even rumours that she has been handcuffed in her own house.
EnglishHowever, now there are rumours that it will be a convention without government representatives.
EnglishWhen we do hear rumours on this subject, all we hear is that no progress has been made.
EnglishThere are, at the very least, rumours that Serbian militias are up to their old tricks again.
EnglishRumours have it that the Commission is already doing something of the kind.
EnglishIn Greece, we hear various rumours without there being any official information.
EnglishI have heard rumours that all 15 Member States have rejected it in the Council.
EnglishI wish to point out to the Commissioner that there are remarkable false rumours circulating about that.
EnglishDespite reassurances from the Minister of Education, these rumours are still giving cause for concern.
EnglishThere are rumours circulating concerning new furniture that has been purchased for the D3 Building.
EnglishSo it is not a question of rumours, it is a real problem.
EnglishTo paraphrase Mark Twain, rumours of its death may be exaggerated.
EnglishIt only leads to rumours about a lack of transparency.
EnglishIt has also been alerted by increasing rumours in the media.
EnglishThere will be fewer rumours circulated in the media if openness and transparency hold sway.
EnglishAre we to believe the rumours that only a voluntary agreement by industry is planned?
EnglishThere have been rumours of more kidnappings, but they have not been confirmed.