In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of stadium)arena femeninoruedo masculinosports arena — estadio deportivo masculino
- The spectators were told the flags had to be dismantled in the interests of health and safety in the events arena.
- She said that the policy did not apply to other sporting arenas such as cricket pitches and other outdoor recreation facilities.
- I had seen pictures of sports arenas and Coliseums but I had never actually been inside one.
- House music weaves a fine thread through the three arenas and one terrace area which have been set up.
- They were among thousands of slaves being trained to fight to the death in the arena for public entertainment.
- Why are cities across the country sinking taxpayer money into sports stadiums and arenas?
- We need to build new stadia and other sporting arenas promptly in order not to be disadvantaged at critical times.
- Whole towns could be surrounded, or a mile-wide dragnet thrown over an area which contained sporting arenas.
- Mila glanced up at a small box-like room just above the 3rd level seating in the arena.
- In one of sports great arenas, the Milan derby indulges the connoisseurs.
- It specialises in, amongst other things, the design of sports arenas.
- Northern sports are played in arenas, centers, gardens and the occasional field.
- The atmosphere was more like that of an examination hall on finals day than a sporting arena before a big event.
- They could borrow an idea from sports arenas: premium seating with a dedicated waiter.
- A Gladiator was a man trained to fight in arenas to provide entertainment.
- Water for irrigating parks, sports arenas and golf courses must be treated waste water and cannot be running water.
- An arena demonstrating traditional sports such as kabaddi will give fans a chance to test their skills.
- I provide services to places like sporting arenas, as well as doing documentaries and what have you.
- Logs and wooden benches provide basic seating around the main arenas - but for more comfort it is worth taking an old cushion or blanket.
2(scene of activity)ruedo masculinothe political arena — la arena política
- a third candidate has entered the arena — un tercer candidato ha saltado a la palestra / al ruedo / ha entrado en liza
- It is high time we gave shape to a new culture, where each arena of activity is given its due place.
- He has also recently turned commentator on India's business and economic scene and indeed social and political arenas.
- In the tough, macho arena of rock climbing, one woman has beaten the boys at their own game.
- Our participation in the policy and political arenas must be consistent and reliable.
- It was created as an arena for the representation and expression of minority opinion.
- Much more important, there is no way that the movement can keep the political arena at arm's length.
- In brief, there are at least three arenas of activity for critical intellectuals and oppositional educators.
- We are as powerful a partner as you can get on the corporate battlefield, or in the political arena.
- These conflicts are played out in political arenas across the world assessing guidelines and regulations.
- The arenas of conflict are diverse, including negotiations on opening markets and on intellectual property rights protection.
- Labor movements, writ large, have thus acted in both market and political arenas.
- My own opinion is that the whole flabby saga belongs in the popular media arena for which it was clearly created.
- Now they are more likely to inhabit the political and media arenas.
- During the week running up to the meeting the campus was transformed into an arena of political debate.
- Empowerment has now moved from the arena of management circles and into our daily lives.
- The shift from the political to the cultural arena helped entrench old divisions and to create new ones.
- He did not seek to enter the political arena which is where you would seek to place him, with all its attendant risks.
- A better policy is to promote liberty in the religious sphere as well as in the economic and political arenas.
- These arguments have now been tested in a political arena for the first time.
- An individual or group can initiate, or obstruct, public policy in many political arenas.
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