In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(reach peak)to culminate in sth — culminar en algo
- The deployment phase of the project recently culminated in cross-cultural awareness training assisted by local rangers.
- From there the whirlwind events culminate in the discovery of the killer's identity.
- Every night ended up with the two of them exchanging insults, often culminating with her storming upstairs.
- All matches will culminate in the finals on Thursday next, December 19.
- Michelle had a very difficult labour, which eventually culminated in an emergency Caesarian delivery.
- Senescence represents the last stage of flower development, ultimately culminating in the death of the petals.
- Similar things happened across Europe and it all culminated in the great radicalisation of 1968.
- A remarkable clean-up effort culminated last month in the release of brown trout.
- Today this campaign culminated in a mass rally in London.
- Such thoughts reduce self-esteem which leads to depression and which can finally culminate in suicide.
- The three legs would culminate in a national final here in December.
- You asked for details of the review process culminating in the Home Secretary's decision.
- Their high-profile negative campaign culminated in a march.
- Why did it have to culminate in a murder?
- All this, you know if you did Othello in high school, culminates in murder and suicide.
- The event will culminate in a spectacular finale.
- The film culminates in an incredibly enjoyable finale, one of the finest of its type.
- The quarter and semi-finals will then be held in London and will culminate in the nail-biting national final.
- Convocation will culminate on Saturday with the graduation of students from the mathematics and engineering faculties.
- The day finally culminated in going out to a nice restaurant with my friend Linda.
- Saturn culminated on the midheaven as Beethoven passed away.
- If a planet culminates, sets or is on the nadir at the same time that a star occupies one of the sacred earth-generated angles, then that star walks with that planet.
- As the Earth rotates on its axis from west to east, it appears from our apparently stationary viewpoint that the stars rise in the east, culminate on the upper meridian and set in the west.
- During the winter months the Full Moon culminates higher and higher in the sky until it reaches its maximum height throughout the year at the full Moon nearest the winter solstice.
- Thus if the fixed star Regulus culminates on the Midheaven as Mercury rises on the ascendant it is referred to as a paran of Mercury and considered to have an influence upon its meaning.
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