Překlady & příklady
Když se podíváte na tyto nepatrné výhonky v tomto bezplatném motivu pro Windows, je jen těžko uvěřitelné, že se z nich jednou stanou mohutné stromy.
Příklady použití pro "mighty" v českém jazyce
Tyto věty pochází z externích zdrojů a nemusí být správné. Společnost bab.la nenese za tento obsah žádnou odpovědnostl.
EnglishThis is a mighty industry, and it creates instability and violence wherever it goes.
EnglishBut one thing is true: we are at the beginning of a mighty struggle for control of the Internet.
EnglishMr President, I appeal to the mighty of this world: Do what is right!
EnglishAnd even mighty Brazil is going down with five percent per year, and Turkey with seven percent per year.
EnglishAnd will Asia be able to handle that new position of being in charge of being the most mighty, and the governors of the world?
EnglishWhere are the mighty United States, China, Russia and the European Union, which claim to be civilised countries?
EnglishWhere in this situation are the mighty of this world?
EnglishWas it not a feisty Slovene who, raising his fist against a mighty empire, first declared: 'All roads do not lead to Rome!'?
EnglishWe should remember that, behind Ukraine, there is the mighty hand of Russia, which would once again like to dominate this part of Europe.
EnglishWith this port package, we have taken a mighty step forwards, knowing that these rules can and must be improved still further in future.
English"Mighty oaks from little acorns grow"—but it’s kind of hard to believe when you look at the tiny sprouts in this free Windows theme!
EnglishI am pleased that it has happened in these two important debates that have been held tonight in this important and mighty Parliament.
English. - Madam President, let me express my admiration for the stoic Japanese resilience in the face of these mighty forces of nature.
EnglishTo some extent, they paid dearly by having two of their cities, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, annihilated by the mighty nuclear holocaust brought upon them by the US.
EnglishWhen countries are not in a position to intervene in defence of the weakest, who are being attacked by the actually not-so-mighty, they cannot be regarded as civilised.
EnglishIt is the right of people to defend their legitimate interests and struggle for a better future without any interference from the mighty political, economic and military powers.
EnglishThese negotiations have called for some particularly mighty efforts, in the shadow of the entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon and the stringent budgets imposed in the Member States.