In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Britanicoconserje femenino(government/president) (before noun) provisionalcaretaker manager — (in sport) directora técnica provisional femenino América Latina
- The Guardian spoke to the Jenny Lind's caretaker manager, Dudley Cooke.
- Mercer became general manager of Coventry in 1972 and was caretaker manager of England for seven games.
- But there is still no news on his future as caretaker manager.
- Livingston, meanwhile, are making a case for caretaker manager David Hay to be appointed on a permanent basis.
- With close friend Viv Busby still caretaker manager of the Minstermen, Crosby did not comment on the possibility of a return to York.
- Kharine made two appearances under Barnes before Kenny Dalglish immediately used him in his first four games as caretaker manager.
- And caretaker manager Viv Busby recognises the value of a tight back line especially against the likes of Conference play-off hopefuls Aldershot Town.
- A year ago he moved as a player/coach to Southport where Hesketh was caretaker manager.
- Prior to Connor's arrival, successful Youth team coach Mickey Feeney had acted as caretaker manager.
- St Mirren caretaker manager John Coughlin was mightily relieved that Ricky Gillies was deemed fit to play.
- Trevor Brooking was appointed caretaker manager of West Ham as Glenn Roeder recovered in hospital.
- A new Prime Minister, Hans Modrow, headed a caretaker government that shared power with the new, democratically oriented parties.
- ‘Sometimes substitutions work, sometimes they don't,’ said caretaker manager Chisholm.
- He stayed in football, managing several clubs in the Western League, and was caretaker manager at Exeter for a short while.
- Assistant boss Brian Cottington has been appointed caretaker manager.
- The veteran striker - he is 37 in a fortnight - has been acting as assistant to caretaker manager Kevin Keen.
- Hampton have deliberated on the successor to caretaker manager Brian Cottington for three weeks.
- That left caretaker manager Carl Serrant, and his team, chasing the game right from the start.
- Agostinho Oliveira will bring the curtain down on his role as caretaker manager in Braga this week.
- She asked the government to accept public demands that it scrap the law and hand power over to a caretaker government.
2.1US (of pets)cuidador masculinocuidadora femenino
- This could actually be the result of incompatibility between behaviors typical of an animal breed and a caretaker's behavior or environment.
- The caretaker is responsible for all expenses, such as food and shelter, while the animal is under their charge.
- Cat caretakers will assist in keeping the cat area clean and safe at all times.
- Taylor turned around to see Rowel, the oldest animal caretaker.
- These include employees with job titles such as animal caretaker, auto mechanic, custodian, baker and tree trimmer.
- Her father was the animal caretaker, and she assisted with the horses.
- In turn, animal-welfare professionals will hold individual caretakers accountable.
- In addition, staff can help caretakers select an animal that is compatible with their environment and resources.
- The animal's caretakers are still unable to identify the gender because the mother zebra's protective instincts prevents close inspection.
- The program features the story of a baby animal, and the struggles of the parents and caretaker in the months following conception.
2.2US (of people)→ carer
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