Překlady & příklady
expand_more Je to skutečně naivita, nebo jen předstíráte naivitu ve snaze, jak se říká, aktivně popírat realitu?
I přes chvályhodnou práci, kterou Komise přípravě této strategie věnovala, mě zaráží její naivita.
Za druhé, stále mě překvapuje naivita, s kterou tento Parlament považuje přístěhovalectví za způsob vyřešení nesporného demografického problému Evropy.
Příklady použití pro "naivety" v českém jazyce
Tyto věty pochází z externích zdrojů a nemusí být správné. Společnost bab.la nenese za tento obsah žádnou odpovědnostl.
EnglishYou have even mentioned potential errors, and admitted to possible naivety.
EnglishThe interference of political motives is too visible to overcome naivety.
EnglishIs it because there is, historically, a general degree of naivety as regards this substance?
EnglishWhen looked at more closely, it is actually a mixture of naivety and complicity in their methods.
EnglishHowever, it is above all the naivety of European politicians which allows Russia to play such games.
EnglishOn this subject, we are having a confident dialogue with the Americans, but one without naivety.
EnglishWe ask, in a spirit of naivety, with a touch of naivety, for the Doha Round to be completed as soon as possible.
EnglishThe fiasco of the climate summit has exposed Europe's weakness and the naivety of its political elite.
EnglishDespite the Commission's praiseworthy work on drawing up the strategy, it amazes me with its naivety.
EnglishIs this real naivety or are you just feigning naivety, in an attempt, as it were, to actively deny reality?
EnglishIt is therefore true that there is a great deal of naivety in our resolution, but we need to be clear and firm.
EnglishIt follows that Europe's weakness in its relations with Russia is caused by its own naivety and short-sightedness.
EnglishWe adults often envy them their technical skills, but in their childish naivety they can easily be abused.
EnglishTherefore, one thing is clear as far as we are concerned: we do not want Cold War rhetoric, but neither do we want naïvety.
EnglishIt is the tip of the iceberg based partly on the collapse of fundamental moral principles and partly on human naïvety.
English(SV) We say 'yes' to transparency, but we want to avoid the naivety that can expose people to danger or abuse.
EnglishHowever, as Mr Melo reiterated a short while ago, we must not be naive and we ask the Commission - above all - not to make the mistake of naivety.
EnglishFrom this viewpoint, I must say that there is a certain confusion in the European attitude and sometimes even a certain naivety, and that this also extends to Parliament.
EnglishSecondly, I continue to be amazed at the naivety with which immigration is looked upon in this Parliament, as a kind of solution to Europe's undeniable demographic problem.
EnglishIn this case, however, I feel that we might be falling prey to a degree of naivety and maximalism, and that by seeking perfection, we are running the risk of not achieving the best outcome.