French translation of 'ultimatum'
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Example Sentences Including 'ultimatum'
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Germany has delivered another ultimatum to Greece to write reforms into law if it wants vital funding to avoid running out of cash.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
And a different kind of storm looms with the neighbour who issues an ultimatum over selling his wing of the castle.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
And he gives her an ultimatum.The Sun (2014)
Give him an ultimatum - you or his girlfriend.The Sun (2010)
On the way there he pulls over to deliver an ultimatum - if she goes ahead with the surrogacy, their relationship is over.The Sun (2012)
Tell him that he isn't committing enough to your relationship and then issue an ultimatum.The Sun (2012)
When a relationship moves more slowly than you want, it is tempting to issue an ultimatum.The Sun (2010)
He had come with an ultimatum.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
He has been given an ultimatum by his fiancée to put on as much weight as possible before their wedding two weeks after next summer's Olympics.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
If that were not embarrassing enough, senior technical officials issued an ultimatum that may still jeopardise the entire athletics programme.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Do I put up and shut up, or give an ultimatum?The Sun (2015)
Give him an ultimatum if you want to give him a last chance.The Sun (2010)
Give him an ultimatum.The Sun (2006)
His family issued an ultimatum: he returned to rehab in 2006 and said he had remained sober since.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
I want to give him an ultimatum - lose the drink and drugs or lose me.The Sun (2014)
If she won't accept advice, give her an ultimatum.The Sun (2015)
If you give him an ultimatum it might make him realise he doesn't want to lose you.The Sun (2016)
That ultimatum was delivered to him in much smoother terms, with more diplomacy, but the outcome was the same.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The governors have been given a ten-day ultimatum to present an action plan to improve the school or lose its funding, in effect closing it.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
You could give him an ultimatum, but don't hold your breath.The Sun (2013)
For this very reason, Germany would almost certainly stay in the euro if faced with an ultimatum.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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'ultimatum' in Other Languages
British English: ultimatum /ˌʌltɪˈmeɪtəm/ NOUN
An ultimatum is a warning that unless someone acts in a particular way within a particular time limit, action will be taken against them.
Workers have given the government an ultimatum.
- American English: ultimatum
- Arabic: إِنْذَارٌ نِهَائِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ultimato
- Chinese: 最后通牒
- Croatian: ultimatum
- Czech: ultimátum
- Danish: ultimatum
- Dutch: ultimatum
- European Spanish: ultimátum
- Finnish: uhkavaatimus
- French: ultimatum
- German: Ultimatum
- Greek: τελεσίγραφο
- Italian: ultimatum
- Japanese: 最後通牒
- Korean: 최종 제안
- Norwegian: ultimatum
- Polish: ultimatum
- European Portuguese: ultimato
- Romanian: ultimatum
- Russian: ультиматум
- Spanish: ultimátum
- Swedish: ultimatum
- Thai: คำขาด
- Turkish: ültimatom
- Ukrainian: ультиматум
- Vietnamese: tối hậu thư
Translation of ultimatum from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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