adoption στα Γερμανικά

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n. adoption, annahme, verabschiedung

adoption στα Γαλλικά

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n. adoption (f)

παράδειγμα ποινές

So I decided to join my best friend, Anne, to enjoy our last summer together in my new country of adoption.
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However, in its final communiqué, the G20 was more cautious, only promising the adoption of policies that are ‘ambitious but realistic’.
(Source: Voice of America)
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In June, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International said that Ugandan homosexuals faced increased discrimination since the adoption of the measure.
(Source: Voice of America)
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Every adoption of a child must be approved by the authorities.
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Ferrera said that the promoters of the initiative are “tired” of the refusal by Republicans to consider the adoption of a reform this election year.
(Voice of America)
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In Ecuador, there was a further deterioration in press freedom last year after the adoption of a new communications law. The law asserts excessive controls over media content and gags journalists in the exercise of their profession.
(Voice of America)
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These adoptions at first aroused in Misia Petrona a little rebellion, the only ones of her life; but the centaur soon reduced her to terrified silence.
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“One can only wonder why they want to block (adoption of the resolution),” Grant said.
The news service “Voice of America”
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“On this occasion Russia can only express its opinion, which is unlikely to have an impact on the adoption of a decision. So in this case, Moscow’s position does not mean much,” summarized Yashlavsky.
The news service “Voice of America”
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“The Russian invasion requires a firm and resolute response, and the adoption of the ‘Ukraine Freedom Support Act’ demonstrates the unwavering commitment necessary to stand side by side with Ukraine,” Menendez said of his initiative earlier this year.
The news service “Voice of America”
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Συνώνυμα

1. choix: option, affiliation, attachement
2. admission: approbation, vote, suffrage, sanction, acquiescement
3. légitimation



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