In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(progress/news) alentador(progress/news) esperanzadorshe's always been very encouraging — siempre me (or nos etc.) ha alentado mucho
- you might sound a bit more encouraging! — ¡hay que ver qué ánimos me das!
- This was the encouraging milieu in which China's reform of the State sector was able to proceed.
- In Division One, Westwood's encouraging start continued with a 3-win at Queensbury Reserves.
- Still, he says, "seeing the effects in patients with depression was encouraging."
- However, for a mere six-week exposure, even modest success is encouraging.
- It is an encouraging story to set against Bath's cautionary tale.
- That there is any alternative media at all is actually quite encouraging.
- Last week the omens were not terribly encouraging.
- Even more encouraging is that he has shown the ability to single-handedly steal a game.
- However it was encouraging to note that a significant number of those surveyed predicted a standstill budget.
- One of the most encouraging signs for capital spending is that outlays for new construction are finally turning the corner.
- Builders already sense a more encouraging market in coming months.
- The meeting ended early with the only encouraging sign being a vague promise to keep communication open.
- Overseas, there are encouraging examples of leadership transforming the fortunes of a country by investing in its children.
- Word back from the players is very encouraging for the future.
- An extension to three diverse small biomolecules also gave encouraging results.
- Its recent track record in relation to the semi-states is hardly encouraging.
- The survey also found encouraging evidence on setting outcomes in the Criminal Justice Sector.
- AmCham's active involvement in the process is another encouraging sign for the treaty's conclusion.
- The results during the first year were very encouraging, with an estimated 250 million of additional yield from the various projects.
- That was something that was encouraging to me.
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