In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(good, advantageous)beneficiosoto be beneficial to sb/sth — ser beneficioso para algn/algo
- a savings plan which is beneficial to the small investor — un plan de ahorro que beneficia al pequeño inversor
- Robert sees the setting up of the women's section as beneficial to the social side of the club.
- We can assure you that by doing so, it will be beneficial to all aspects of your life.
- The name should also be beneficial to a strong, long-lasting marketing campaign.
- Whether a cycle lane is beneficial to cyclists is doubtful as there are cars parked in the cycle lane most of the time.
- The more positive one is in his thoughts the more he is beneficial to himself and the society.
- We will have to make cost-cutting exercises on it but it will be beneficial to the squad and the football club as a whole.
- However, I now feel that it might be beneficial to me to be a little more open.
- Surely, it has to be more beneficial to the company to encourage efficient and quality working?
- The energy conveyed by those people is manifestly beneficial to the society that absorbs it.
- There are aspects of royal visits that are enormously beneficial to the general public, however.
- The game was beneficial to the players who had not played in Croke Park previously as seniors.
- This would be highly beneficial to the area and the economy in the years ahead.
- Let's agree that it is beneficial to invest in exhilarating public buildings.
- She says smaller families that focus on the education of their children would be more beneficial to the economy.
- It's beneficial to colleagues as it takes pressure off them and gives them more time to do their jobs.
- This was very beneficial to the children and a start in cultivating their love of literature.
- It will also be beneficial to the wildlife on the lake not to mention many other responsible lake users.
- There is also evidence that consumption of organically produced food is beneficial to human health.
- That would be beneficial to manufacturers interested in borrowing to invest in productivity.
- There's no doubt that running, like any other form of exercise, can be beneficial to your health.
2Derecho(owner) verdaderoshe has the beneficial interest in the property — tiene el usufructo de la propiedad
- she has a beneficial interest in the deal — es parte interesada en la transacción
- It made no reference to any ownership of any interest, legal or beneficial, in No.11.
- An intention to share a beneficial interest in property has to be manifested to give rise to a rival obligation.
- Here a husband and wife were beneficial joint tenants of the matrimonial home.
- An occupier under a beneficial lease cannot require the annual value to be cut down to the rent actually reserved.
- It would appear that Amanda is neither a legal nor a beneficial owner of the property.
- Ask the local authority for its view on the legal and beneficial ownership of mum's house.
- The question was whether there had been a change of beneficial ownership so as to attract duty.
- Doubts have been raised as to the beneficial entitlement of the Defendants in the following respects.
- Both beneficial ownership of the house at Harmonia Crescent and the debts are in issue.
- The only case that was put before him by Mrs Oakes was that she was the beneficial owner of the property.
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