How are you taken for granted

Translation for "taken for granted" in English

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Democracy is a process that never will taken for granted can be.
Visa liberalization is a privilege and not an automatic right, that taken for granted can be.
Visa liberalization is a privilege and not an automatic right which can be taken for granted.
He stressed that the notoriety of our bass fishing can not taken for granted become,.
It was taken for grantedthat strikes should not be suppressed by the state.
And how your body serves you ... and yet, it will taken for granted, Day after day.
VEHICLES, ROADS AND FRICTION "traction" becomes taken for granted when driving modern vehicles under normal road conditions, even on wet roads.
VEHICLES, FRICTION & ROADS "Traction" is taken for granted when operating modern vehicles under normal driving conditions, even if the road surface is wet.
During the award winner Pia Peitl emphasized that the role of the EU in the lives of its citizens is often greater than they are aware of - many things become taken for granted.
During the award ceremony, prizewinner Pia Peitl stressed that the role of the EU in the lives of its citizens is often much greater than they are aware of - many things are taken for granted.
Another point: if the teachers are constantly available, their presence will often be taken for granted and the number of participants is small because the student's life is so full of other obligations.
Also, when teachers are available constantly, they are often taken for granted and attendance can be low, since students lives are so busy with other commitments.
Marriage is a living reality: life as a married couple must never taken for granted at no stage in a family's journey.
Marriage is a living reality: the life of a couple should never be taken for granted, in any phase of a family's journey.
European countries have long been pioneers in protecting human rights, but today these rights and freedoms are ours taken for granted have threatened.
European countries have long been at the forefront in defending human rights but, today, these rights and liberties that we may have taken for granted are challenged.
But this support can hardly taken for granted especially if the repression against the independence of Catalonia should enter a new phase.
But that support can hardly be taken for granted, above all if the acts of repression against Catalonian independence enter a new phase.
ISO 9001: 2015 de ISO 9001: 2015 en It is done by us taken for grantedthat we meet customer expectations and meet the high requirements for obtaining the certificate.
ISO 9001: 2015 de ISO 9001: 2015 en It is taken for granted that we meet customer expectations and meet the high requirements for obtaining the certificate.
These polls were not even carried out by the BJP taken for granted.
In times when the transatlantic alliance is no longer taken for granted we have decided to award the John McCain Dissertation Prize for outstanding academic achievement.
In times when the transatlantic bond can no longer be taken for granted, we have decided to create the annual John McCain Dissertation Award for academic excellence.
However, when the cameras switched from film to digital, it became taken for grantedthat digital SLR and compact cameras use different sized image sensors.
When cameras made the switch from film to digital, however, it was taken for granted that DSLRs and digital compacts would use different image sensors.
In twelve EU countries we now have a piece of Europe in our wallets, with the euro within the Union taken for granted and the new Member States are queuing up to adopt the euro.
Today, in 12 countries of the EU, we have a piece of Europe in our pockets, with the euro being taken for granted across the Union and with new Member States joining the queue to introduce it.
We have not only been host parents for those affected by the Chernobyl catastrophe from Belarus since 2000, but also provide the children, their families, as well as children's homes and kindergartens with aids that are here taken for granted are.
Not only offer we hospitality as guest families for people affected by the Chernobyl catastrophe since 2000, we also supply children, their families as well as children houses and kinder gardens with goods that are here taken for granted, such as clothes and hygienic items.
I've had this for a long time taken for granted, but not anymore.
I took that for granted for a long time, but I don't now.
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