Betekenis van:
at variance

at variance
Bijvoeglijk naamwoord
  • contradictorisch; tegengesteld
  • not in accord
"desires at variance with his duty"




  1. The restructuring plan is not, therefore, at variance with the terms of the Guidelines.
  2. The Spanish authorities maintained that the decision to initiate the procedure was at variance with the Italgrani II case-law [14].
  3. is the biomass at time j. For each treatment group and control group, calculate a mean value for growth rate along with variance estimates.
  4. ‘Rationality failure’ means a malfunction where the signal from an individual sensor or component is at variance with that expected when assessed against signals available from other sensors or components within the control system.
  5. The Association also claims that a restrictive interpretation of the rules would be at variance with the LeaderSHIP 2015 initiative, which is one of the measures for implementing the Lisbon Strategy.
  6. The Member State concerned shall, without delay, notify those measures to the other Member States, and to the Commission, which may decide that the Member State concerned must amend or abolish such measures, insofar as they distort competition and adversely affect trade in a manner which is at variance with the common interest.
  7. The decisions which are within the competence of the Director General and relate to matters specified in this Article shall not be taken before ten working days have elapsed since the opinion of the Committee was given, if those decisions are at variance with that opinion.
  8. As pointed out in the comments received, the Court also criticises the fact that differing transitional periods have been granted to the undertakings — ranging from a few months to several years — on the ground that this is at variance with the general principle of equality of treatment.
  9. Third, the average return requirement is said to be at variance with Article 87(1) EC, read in conjunction with Article 295 EC, since imposing such a special requirement on the public investor infringes the principle of equal treatment of private and public undertakings arising from Article 295 EC.
  10. It should be noted that Art 5.3 (g) of Dir. 96/48/EC as modified by Directive 2004/50/EC and Art 5.3 (g) of Dir. 2001/16/EC as modified by Directive 2004/50/EC are at variance in that the first speaks of ‘professional competence’ in respect to staff on the High Speed rail system, whilst ‘professional qualification’ is used in the second one in connection with the Conventional rail system.