Traducción de hard-line en Español:


de línea dura, adj.

Pronunciación /hɑːdˈlʌɪn/


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    de línea dura
    • The parallel British demilitarisation of the province, will also be tough on hard-line unionists.
    • You are never going to convert hard-line extremists by behaving properly, David concedes.
    • These judges should not be hard-line ideologues for the controlling political party.
    • AK has publicly stated its commitment to the secular status of Turkey, but now it will have to destroy hard-line Islamist groups.
    • If fuel prices continue to rise and the Government is not prepared to do something about fuel duty, then it had better look out, warn hard-line farmers.
    • Radical and hard-line criticism was poured on senior teachers.
    • Blunkett, the hard-line hammer of the criminals, the bulwark against the terrorist threat, was the natural front man for such a campaign.
    • The impasse is encouraging hard-line Unionists to target the rule as a critical flaw of the reforms they oppose.
    • Patent litigation is expensive, and a large company can wear down almost anyone if it adopts a hard-line stance.
    • But now, nobody's questioning, except a few hard-line pro-rights activists.
    • He has the great advantage in politics of being popular with people who are not just hard-line members of his own party.
    • One can only hope that Teheran's hard-line clerics haven't been reading the Washington Post.
    • Meanwhile, Oliphant said Safa has noted with extreme concern the hard-line attitude of the city officials in Cape Town.
    • The squatters were mostly from hard-line enclaves in the West Bank, not from Gaza settlements slated for evacuation.
    • Too often, he failed to understand how he was perceived not by hard-line Democrats, but by the general public.
    • Draganova is a member of the hard-line Stalinist Bulgarian Communist Party.
    • So why does he sound so much like a new-age hard-line feminist?
    • Roger and his hard line crew at Woolies would fall about laughing!
    • As a result, politics has been dominated by hard-line ethnic parties ever since.
    • Many of the madrassas were run by Jamiat-e-Ulema-i-Islami, one of Pakistan's main hard-line religious parties.