⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'laissez-faire attitude' von Englisch nach Deutsch
laissez-faire attitudelaxe Einstellung {f}
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Übersetzung für 'laissez-faire attitude' von Englisch nach Deutsch

laissez-faire attitude
laxe Einstellung {f}
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The stereotypical "bad boy" was described by Kristina Grish in her book "Addickted" as "the irresistible rogue who has the dizzying ability to drive women wild" with a "laissez-faire attitude about life and love".
  • ICANN has been the subject of criticism as a result of its handling of RegisterFly, and the harm caused to thousands of clients as a result of what has been termed ICANN's "laissez faire attitude toward customer allegations of fraud".
  • Because of the 'laissez-faire' attitude that characterizes the festivities, drug dealing, drug use and public drinking are tolerated to a degree.
  • With the 1923 Kanto earthquake and the War, a vast number of films had already been destroyed, but even worse was the complete laissez-faire attitude of the major studios to their own product.
  • Kahn-Freund, as the senior lawyer on the commission, has been regarded as having substantially written the Donovan Report published in 1968, although credit for moving the Commission's views towards a 'laissez faire' attitude has been largely given to another member, Hugh Clegg.
  • To the surprise of many employees and journalists, IBM initially adopted a very hands-off, laissez-faire attitude towards its new acquisition.
  • In a response published in the same paper, the Vice-Chancellor of Murdoch University Steven Schwartz accused Martin of a position supporting the concept of a "laissez-faire attitude towards academic freedom (in which all sides are presented impartially)" saying his "approach to academic freedom is neither logical nor practical" as this approach "forces universities to abandon their most cherished values: scholarship, wisdom and truth".
  • He adopted a "laissez-faire" attitude to Catharism – and to other cultures and religions.
  • His views became very influential and informed the Victorian "laissez-faire" attitude toward state intervention for the poor.
  • This ‘laissez faire' attitude led to overproduction and saturation of the market, destroying numerous tobacco manufacturers in the process.
  • Since the 1990s the Met has been the subject of numerous investigative reports and books critical of the Met's "laissez-faire" attitude to acquisition.
  • Perhaps due to the war and her unstable family life, Oda was considered unstable and had a laissez-faire attitude to life and work.
  • In 1937, the Supreme Court began moving away from its laissez-faire attitude concerning Congressional legislation and the Commerce Clause, when it ruled in "National Labor Relations Board v.
  • A laissez-faire attitude adopted on the part of the Brazilian government in the 1960s has led to the predominance of private organizations in the provision of family planning services.
  • Although the authorities have been criticized for their laissez-faire attitude during the famine, relief measures were introduced towards the end.
  • While everyone seems to develop a laissez-faire attitude towards the disappearance of Uku Nyalo's best chicken layer, Uku Nyalo herself sets out to investigate, leaving no stone unturned.
  • Notably, the series takes a "laissez-faire" attitude towards the show's atmosphere, and the fourth wall is frequently broken; characters often reference the fact that they are on a studio set, and several episodes feature scenes and segments where the show's cameramen and crew become involved in the storyline.
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