In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(rule/visit) por poco tiemposhe briefly wondered what he was doing there — se preguntó por un momento qué hacía él allí
- he nodded at us briefly — nos saludó con un ligero movimiento de cabeza
- At the restaurant they must wait briefly for a table, and they sit at the big oak bar.
- Boies had been able to come back to Quebec briefly for Mia's birth.
- When I chat briefly to Mareko backstage at the gig later that night, he too is modest and friendly.
- A man arrested for a spree of killings and other violent crimes appeared briefly in a packed courtroom here yesterday.
- Last week when I briefly met the PM, he seemed an enormously satisfied man basking in the accolades of having made " history ".
- Sarah sighs briefly, shaking her head and watching Daimon.
- His eyelids flickered briefly, and he mumbled something I couldn't quite catch.
- There's no shortage of drop-dead titles that strutted bravely but briefly and are heard no more.
- An expression combining fury, frustration and resignation would briefly appear, like a small cloud across the sun.
- She also worked briefly for The Bostonian.
- After we chatted briefly, she rang a bell and summoned Jacinta, her Spanish maid.
- Young appears only briefly in the film.
- Using the free end of the second connecting wire, briefly touch the positive lead on the power supply.
- Darcy snorted briefly, his mouth twitching.
- George exhaled deeply and leaned against the wall, briefly looking away before gazing back at Becky apologetically.
- She brings the distant briefly close above his dreamy abstract stare.
- The rider returned to Puerto Rico briefly in early September following an accident on July 23 at Del Mar in which fellow rider Alex Solis was injured.
- We end by looking briefly at tools of the trade.
- Grill the steaks briefly, salting them as they cook.
- In the late 1930s, he briefly attended Tuskegee Institute before he was expelled for bootlegging.
2(reply/state/speak) brevemente(speak/reply/state) sucintamente(say) lacónicamente
- Briefly, two major assumptions were made for the calculation.
- The obvious problem of pseudonymity of New Testament books is only briefly considered.
- Allow me to briefly mention these.
- We will start by looking at the new rules, and will then consider the old ones more briefly.
- Toward the end of the council fire the boys will be receptive to the suggestion of a hero tale, simply, briefly told.
- Let us take these issues briefly in turn.
- Then I will describe briefly the history, beliefs, and practices of SGI.
- Let me briefly touch on all four.
- Let me return briefly to the huge, above-forecast tax gain included in the supplementary estimates.
- In the article in question, Engels outlines briefly the history of the German party.
- This review will deal extensively with this use of the optimization theory and the concept will therefore be briefly discussed.
- It is a multi-faceted story and I want to tell it today, briefly, from six different perspectives.
- The following paragraphs briefly review the factors' limitations.
- Evaluations of the two programs are briefly described below.
- I will briefly summarize some of the main areas of law that are relevant to this case.
- To the best of my knowledge, on one occasion Gerry Adams briefly stated that we had not achieved self determination.
- The bill has a number of features, and I will speak briefly on a couple of them.
- This argument is actually borne out by the experience of almost all the countries of South Asia that have been briefly discussed above.
- Deuteronomy 29: 23 briefly recalls the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah with brimstone and burning salt.
- Ellis also quotes briefly from the letter Jefferson wrote to Roger Weightman days before dying.
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