discordance en Allemand
This tactic of discordance of opinions cannot go on and the question is, why is the Council afraid of the European Parliament?
Let us be sensible and adopt this sound and sensible proposal or we will risk a great divergence and indeed, discordance, in the Union.
B. Concordance and discordance of international
B. Concordance and discordance in international policies
The discordance in the missile control regime also needed to be addressed with a view to achieving a substantial limitation in strategic arms.
To make matters worse, only 10 per cent of the people know their HIV status, and discordance is as high as 48 per cent.
A selective approach can only lead to further discordance and stalemate.
It is of considerable concern that the processes of globalization are taking place within a context of increased social tension and political discordance.
Some observers mentioned that people of African descent faced difficulties in some European countries in participating in the elaboration of national plans of action against racism; there was a "discordance between national realities on the ground and the rhetoric".
And discordance here is defined... as... delusions of reality stemming from childhood trauma and... a heightened state of anxiety...
a harsh mixture of sounds: dissonance, discord
strife resulting from a lack of agreement: strife, discord