In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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1a pesar de ser tan joven se desenvuelve muy bien en el trabajo — despite being so young she performs very well in her job / she copes very well with her work
- se desenvuelve con igual soltura en inglés, alemán y español — she speaks English, German and Spanish equally fluently
- se desenvolvió bien en la entrevista — he performed well in the interview
- no sabrán desenvolverse en la vida — they won't know how to get by / manage in life
2(hechos/sucesos) to developel programa se fue desenvolviendo de la manera prevista — the program progressed / developed according to plan
- a medida que los acontecimientos se vayan desenvolviendo — as events unfold / develop
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