In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(management/secretary/system) eficiente(machine/engine) de buen rendimientothe least efficient mines — las minas menos rentables
- "It's very efficient in terms of the time it takes to perform, " said Dr. Stevens.
- I also know that these sort of things would be a lot easier if people would just be efficient.
- The party ran an efficient system that was designed to control the people.
- The new duty of the police authority is to achieve efficient and effective policing of its area.
- One of those institutions is a legal system that is effective, efficient and independent.
- She is efficient enough, but never really inspirational.
- His efficient girlfriend is annoyed when he insists on accompanying her on a research trip to Mexico.
- Chris was known widely as an astute and efficient farmer and a devoted family man.
- This means the cluster can be slowed as a result of the least efficient worker.
- He said the new system allowed a more efficient ordering service at the front desk.
- In some ways it is a sleek and efficient machine; in others, it is full of flaws.
- It is highly probable that changing working patterns would produce a more efficient fire service.
- He proved to be an efficient administrator and a person who was able to bring out the best in this staff.
- I can guarantee that there will be no problems, the crew is very competent and efficient.
- It certainly seemed a very efficient system and one which everyone participates in.
- I work with a team of women who are really well organised, effective and efficient teachers.
- They were efficient, and that was the real reason why the others disliked them.
- Corruption makes markets less efficient, more costly, and less innovative.
- With age, your kidneys become less efficient in removing waste from your bloodstream.
- This way we got to experience the amazingly cheap and efficient Italian railway system.
- We are now able to provide the public with an information system that is more efficient and easier to navigate.
- As a briskly efficient technician attached the rope I had a most odd sense of dislocation.
- I am most impressed with the efficient and professional manner in which my crew responded.
- Contracts would be awarded to those who offer efficient services at the best price.
- Learn to become more organized with day-to-day activities and a more efficient worker.
- The system is efficient and well integrated with overground train, bus and tram routes.
- I find that the present system works well and offers an efficient service at a relatively low cost.
- He has also been remembered as an efficient man who was devoted to his farm and his family.
- If we use only five to eight firms, we will be able to offer a streamlined and more efficient service.
- The more information the system has, the more efficient and effective it will be.
- They are now forced to be more efficient and produce better products for consumers.
- The rapid transit system is clean and efficient and the four legs of the line cover most of the city.
- Their gearing becomes more efficient, materials get lighter and stronger and ergonomics improve.
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