- n. Plural form of country.
“The commission would establish military training exchange programmes among the forces of the two countries as well as reinforce security on the countries´ shared borders as a way of fighting cross-border crime.”
“Commitments to the Kyoto Protocol by Annex B countries are a major driver of energy efficiency, as about 70 percent of these countries greenhouse gas emissions are related to energy use.”
“_To use wine in wine countries, therefore, is essentially the same thing as to use cider in cider countries_; and it does not appear that the one, in such cases, is much more productive of intemperance than the other.”
“ That is only a pipedream; nobody, either in Russia or in the countries of our Allies, will recognise this Governmentor even in the enemy countries .”
“Issuing countries of reserve currencies are constantly confronted with the dilemma between achieving their domestic monetary policy goals and meeting other countries´ demand for reserve currencies.”
“After almost two hundred years of capital accumulation -- to a great extent as the result of exploitations and colonization -- the developed countries want the developing countries, who are victims of those rich countries̒ pollution, to stop developing their economies!”
“Sure enough, there are two kinds of countries - those that have been designated by the US Secretary of State as «program countries» and the rest.”
“The "problem" with education in Anglo-Saxon countries is that too much is dependent on the individual teacher; the system is set up in order to be dependent on having a gifted rather than an ungifted teacher.”
“I have no idea why, but I do know that mysuccess rate for getting packages to certain countries is exactly zero.”
“The empirical pattern of beliefs within countries is consistent with this explanation: people who perceive corruption to be high in their country are also more likely to lean left ideologically (and to declare support for a more intrusive government in economic matters).”
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absorption capacity, absorption rate, acceding country, accession candidate, accession countries, accession country, accession criteria, accession cycle, accession negotia..., accession partner..., accession priorities, accession treaty and 2650 more...
All words of the Lisbon Treaty
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The 100 most frequent constituents of EU collocations. People working for the EU are able to complete any of these words to a multiple-word expression with ease. Try it out if you are one! For a gr...
The 100 most frequent words in Joao Barroso's "State of the European Union" address in September 2011
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