In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
(cantante)tenortiene voz de tenor — he sings tenor
2(de un discurso, texto)a juzgar por el tenor de sus declaraciones — judging by the tenor of his statement formal
- se distribuyen al siguiente tenor — they are distributed as follows
- a tenor de los datos disponibles — according to the available information
- a tenor de las fotografías — judging by the photographs
- a tenor de lo establecido en el artículo primero — in accordance with the stipulations of article one
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