Příklady použití pro "misled" v českém jazyce
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EnglishAt the time, Mr Brok was more than likely misled by the use of wrong terms.
EnglishOne point mentioned by Madam de Veyrac is, of course, people being misled.
EnglishThe procedures must protect consumers from the danger of unhealthy food and from being misled.
EnglishWe cannot allow the consumer to be misled by the food additive thrombin.
EnglishAs the scientific evidence is still inconclusive, we cannot allow parents to be misled.
EnglishDear furious fellow Members, you have been deliberately misled.
EnglishThe amendments that have been tabled are a kind of bluff and we have been manipulated and misled.
EnglishVoters are always right, but they may be misled by populism.
EnglishI would therefore like to make it clear that I am sorry to see you have been so badly misled and deceived.
EnglishThe people have been duped, misled and treated with contempt.
EnglishConsumers are currently being deliberately misled.
EnglishIt is also very important that they know the exact price of the tickets and are not misled by potential hidden costs.
EnglishBut we should not be somehow misled by this.
EnglishWe must not allow ourselves to be misled by fine-sounding, but empty statements relating to patients and consumers.
EnglishThe supervision of health claims was introduced so that consumers would not be misled by false information.
English"Bring these kids home because they are misled."
EnglishPrecisely because of past scandals, it is very important that we prevent any possibility of the consumer being misled.
EnglishAnd they said, "These kids are misled."
EnglishIt is not the Commission's view that there is a general problem of consumers being misled about the origin of sheep meat.
EnglishMany people were misled and lied to over what they were buying and there must be a legal remedy to the situation.