In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(mixture)combinación femeninoan interesting color combination or combination of colors — una interesante combinación de colores
- the two methods work very well in combination — los dos métodos funcionan muy bien usados en conjunción
- The name comes from a 19th century combination of cata (from the Greek for down, kata) and ion.
- But I thought that it was important, because I saw that many of these problems had to be dealt with in combination with other countries.
- An artist may use a combination of processes to create an original print.
- The show has been packing halls around the country with its combination of top quality characters, high production and sheer entertainment.
- The twinport petrol engines achieve reductions in fuel consumption by using a variable intake manifold in combination with high rates of exhaust gas recirculation.
- But now the boots are back, often but not always in combination with a miniskirt, and they are certainly harder to combine with the jeans.
- The artist's technique involves the use of digital photography in combination with graphic designs and the exhibition is slated to begin on March 17.
- He said it was crucial to study the uplands because they had a distinct combination of agriculture, landscape, tourism, plus artistic and cultural inspiration.
- The process is a combination of computer-aided engineering and experimental methods.
- Different individuals will prefer different combinations of work and leisure.
- By the same token, certain ingredients used in combination capture benefits not achievable when used alone.
- He displayed a winning combination of size, shape, definition and poise.
- It carries a strong earthy flavour and can be used in combination with wheat flour.
- In spite of all this, there is something about Shakespeare and something about performance without walls; in combination, they make magic.
- The combination of top quality performance and the ambience of the concerts has produced evenings of great enjoyment both musically and socially.
- Power foods are a convenient pick-me-up and are good for you when used in combination with a wholesome diet of fruit, vegetable, grains, and proteins.
- Most scientists working with the new inhibitors and monoclonal antibody treatments acknowledge they will be used in combination with chemotherapy for years yet.
- In short, everyone would have a similar combination of empowerment and quality of life benefits.
- In most countries, rubella vaccine is administered in combination with measles and mumps vaccine to children as part of their immunisation schedule.
- We've found that your particular combination of qualities is rare - only 2 in 10,000 people share the same general mix of traits.
- To analyze the data we employed a combination of qualitative and simple quantitative techniques.
- Toilet training is a combination of several developmental processes.
- But they said the ‘kicker’ was that the carbohydrates needed to be eaten in combination with little or no protein.
- The number of bumps on each wheel in combination with the rotational speed determined the pitch produced by a particular tone wheel assembly.
- Most children get the right amount of fluoride through a combination of fluoridated toothpaste and fluoridated water or supplements.
- A perfect game requires a perfect combination of skill, concentration, and luck.
- He made it over two months from a combination of processes involving painting and cut-and-paste images, using a crackled paint effect to make it look old.
- You are extroverted and strong-willed, which, in combination means you are good with people and aren't willing to let opportunity pass you by.
- In combination there is something even beyond, that joins the three in harmony.
- Each responds to a distinct combination of built form, architectural circumstance and institutional activity.
- These strategies must be used in combination: users will leave if the content is good but hard to find, or if it's easy to find but offers only empty calories.
- This has come about through a combination of two processes.
- It is the combination of these two reactions that allows the ozone layer to protect the planet.
- Really nothing more I can add to that except used in combination with your pillow its dead handy for wrapping bottles/breakables in your suitcase.
- Nevertheless, two events occurred recently which, had they happened in isolation, would probably not have resulted in such a seismic shift in my world view as they did in combination.
- Artificial tooth supports surgically set in the jaw are used in combination with bridges, dentures and crowns to replace any number of missing teeth.
- Each stage is a combination of natural processes and human intervention, requiring patience, knowledge, discernment and flair.
- Or use in combination with other sun-loving annuals or perennials.
- The invention also relates to the use of the above-mentioned flame retardant combination, especially in thermoplastic polymers.
- The therapy involves heated, very smooth stones being rubbed into your back, arms and legs in combination with traditional Swedish massage techniques.
- Mahavira gave special rules for the use of permutations and combinations which was a topic of special interest in Jaina mathematics.
- His final publication was on combinations where he used the notation (m, n) for the combinations of n objects selected from m objects.
- The mathematical possibilities, the permutations and combinations, the percentages, all tended to mislead a good number of readers.
- One of the hardest parts about doing problems that use permutations and combinations is deciding which formula to use.
- Perhaps they're computing permutations of combinations?
2(of lock)combinación femenino
- She said with a bite of sarcasm before quickly performing the combination and pulling open her locker.
- She opened the school door and went running down the hall to her locker; she quickly twirled her combination and opened her locker and grabbed her book.
- Permits for individuals and small groups will be available from the Lake District National Park Authority and will be issued with combination numbers for locks.
- Curious, she dialed her combination and opened the door.
- I smiled happily then turned and headed for my locker, dialed the combination, opened it up and stuck the new books I'd required on the shelf.
- I dialed the combination and opened the locker's door.
- If a bowler could figure out the combination, he could open up the safe and get the money.
- The leader rapidly tapped in the combination that opened the door and switched off the alarms.
- I went to my locker, number 278, entered the combination, and opened it.
- The correct combination will open the device.
- He turned the lock knob to put the combinations in and then opened it.
- Finding just the right combination was a process akin to spinning the dial on a lock, praying each time to hit the right series.
- Turning the dial and entering the correct combination, he pulled open the metal safe door and peered inside at the Manila folders it contained.
- I went to my locker, did my combination and pulled it open.
- It must be a hidden safe, one that will only open if the right combination was dialed on the phone.
- She spun the combination and pulled open the door.
- Figuring out a master combination is a methodical process of elimination, determining pin by pin how deep to cut the key.
- I shrugged it off, and went to my locker, and was in the process of doing the combination when I felt someone's eyes on me.
- He set the safe on his bed, quickly put in the combination and opened it.
- He fiddled with his combination and opened his locker.
prenda de ropa interior de una pieza
4Britanico(motorcycle and sidecar)moto con sidecar femenino
- A thought I just had: how much do you hate it when motorbike/sidecar combinations come apart in films and the sidecar carries on on its own, usually ending up in a duck pond or hay stack.
- Racing with specially constructed motor cycle and sidecar combinations is a recognised but inherently very dangerous sport.
- He was last seen heading for Moscow on a motorbike/sidecar combination!
- They moved at high speed, often with motorcycle combinations, ahead of the panzer divisions, to reconnoitre routes and maintain the momentum of the assault.
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