Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
"But they're a tradeoff for living so close to other people."
What is the tradeoff between making money and spending time with a child?
A tradeoff usually has to be made between these economic variables.
The jobs it will produce are not held by anyone yet, and that makes a difficult political tradeoff.
We do not have terms to describe fair play or a tradeoff.
I'm not sure that the tradeoff has worked for the fan.
As some officials pointed out to us, there is a tradeoff in this management approach.
The tradeoff for higher yields than that is much more risk.
"But in the scope of things it is worth the tradeoff."
This does not seem, to me, to be a sensible tradeoff.
Not that they, or others who have made the tradeoff, regret it.
If somebody can figure out what the tradeoff was, let them tell us."
The final choice for the video part of the conversion is the quality/size tradeoff.
So, there will be a tradeoff between reading in bright light vs full color.
But the tradeoff is a big gain in cargo space.
Regulators will have to decide if the tradeoff is good.
Basically there is a tradeoff on sexual selection taking place.
I could see that this was supposed to signal a tradeoff.
That is a tradeoff the Jets are willing to take, of course.
As market structure is changed by breaking the value/cost tradeoff, so are the rules of the game.
Even so, it was a tradeoff that I frequently enjoyed.
So there wasn't a tradeoff between risk and return: stocks were just a better investment, period.
The tradeoff is a lot more love from mainstream sponsors.
A first issue is the tradeoff between bias and variance.
The tradeoff for the capacity is usually limited access methods.