In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(en un concurso, certamen) decisionDerecho rulingDerecho judgmentel fallo es inapelable — there is no right of appeal against the judgment / ruling
2(en naipes)voidtener / llevar fallo a tréboles — to have a void in / be void in clubs
3.1Spain (error)mistake¡qué/vaya fallo! — what a stupid mistake!
3.2Spain (defecto)faultse detectó un fallo en el sistema de seguridad — a fault was found in the security system
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