Eksempelsætninger "to be prone to" på dansk
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EnglishIt ought not to get involved in administrative issues, as it is so prone to do.
EnglishOn mobile devices many sites are prone to redirect navigations to mobile-friendly pages.
EnglishTroop deployment, as we know, is expensive and very prone to failure.
EnglishAfter all, people like you and I are prone to evil of all kinds.
EnglishBy doing this we can steer a path away from a situation in which we are continually crisis-prone.
EnglishAll expert reports confirm that the region is highly earthquake-prone.
EnglishFor years, construction has been taking place in areas close to rivers, areas that are prone to flooding.
EnglishMany are prone to terrible problems of drug abuse.
EnglishEveryone knows that people who are vulnerable and socially excluded are more prone than others to certain diseases.
EnglishThe dams had to be knocked down because the Danube delta, which is prone to flooding, had virtually dried up.
EnglishWho would willingly stunt his growth or make himself prone to violent or aggressive behaviour?
EnglishIn my view at the moment it is far too prone to technical logjams stopping political initiatives.
EnglishAnyone who does not understand that will pay the price through higher interest rates and an inflation-prone Euro-zone.
EnglishIn the report we read for example that women from urban areas are more prone to breast cancer than women from rural areas.
EnglishWe have been too prone to see European agriculture as the producing of food in a way we have been accustomed to for years.
EnglishThe EU and the United States should be involved together in the financing and building of effective early-warning systems in areas prone to risk.
EnglishLadies and gentlemen, the border area between China, India, Pakistan and Afghanistan is one of the most earthquake-prone regions in the world.
EnglishI hope it will also help stop ‘ gold-plating ’ of EU directives, which some governments are rather prone to.
EnglishSome of the areas of Community policy implemented by the Member States are, as we all know, also very much prone to fraud.
EnglishOf course, I am prone to consider this a sign of openness and rationality, for the very reason that a great number of our proposals have actually been adopted.
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- be able to
- be alert to the fact that
- be attentive
- be forever grateful
- be implemented gradually
- be inclined
- be introduced gradually
- be missed greatly
- to be prone to
- beach chair
- beach cleansing
- beach getaway
- beach goers
- beacon light
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