Eurospeak


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Eurospeak

[ˈjʊərəʊspiːk] N (hum) → jerga f burocrática de la UE
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The British philosopher Roger Scruton similarly addressed what he called "The Totalitarian Temptation" and devoted a chapter in A Political Philosophy to "Newspeak and Eurospeak" (2006, pp.
We're taking our country back!" The Brexit vote is a stiff rebuke to the economic and political "integration and harmonization" process that in Eurospeak is also known as "widening and deepening," the constant adding of new members (widening) and the relentless usurpation of jurisdiction over more and more domestic affairs (deepening).
The peculiarities and difficulties related to the distinct, sometimes merely deceivingly similar legal systems, cultures, languages, to which add the issue of the EU law, which is, "quite simply, a new legal language" (McAuliffe, 2009: 106), that of the Eurospeak or Eurojargon (French)--which is "reflect[ed] in Eurotexts [...], i.e.
See also OXLEY, supra note 23, at 158 ("The Americans interpreted globality as 'Eurospeak' for saying that little was to be allowed to happen in the negotiations on agriculture.").
The Commission hopes for "political guidance," Eurospeak for a push from the highest level.
"The sooner that is recognized the better it will be for all parties involved." Lars Field, one of Chancellor Merkel's advisors, said on January 19 that Greek debt would have to be "rescheduled or restructured" (coded Eurospeak for de facto sovereign default) and that Germany would find it difficult to increase the euro rescue fund.
The Low Pay Commission was designed to be what in Eurospeak is known as a 'social partnership' institution, meaning equal representation of employer and trade union interests.
In eurospeak, it is common to refer to the term of partenariat, partnership, in this context (Snyder 1993:36).
This is Eurospeak for the gang of four producing "certified organic olives".
Franzosische Sprachpolitik heute", Eurospeak. Der Einfluss des Englischen auf europaische Sprachen zur Jahrtausendwende (eds.