In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(follow)seguirin the debate/struggle that ensued — en el debate/el forcejeo que siguió / que tuvo lugar a continuación
- Riots ensue and protesters issue a call for the government to step down.
- Excited discussion ensued, the result of which was that we decided to dive again the next day.
- A long argument will ensue between you and the cabbie and will result in you resolving never to take a cab again.
- Arguments then ensue about physical presence and virtual absence.
- We just laugh at the very idea of the fight that would ensue at the end of this.
- A chase ensued and the men eventually abandoned the car and escaped into a forested area.
- The bandits attack, a bloodbath ensues, and casualties are heavy.
- Things would go back to normal for a while but then another fight would ensue.
- Even more rumours would ensue, thus issuing the greater need to move as soon as possible.
- Another tragedy ensues, after which he gives himself up to imprisonment for some years.
- It is not the same as advanced development, although such development often ensues.
- A short brisk fight ensued before he slipped the net under a nice plump rainbow trout.
- Slightly raised eyebrows and the rolling of eyes ensued as a result of his less than pleasant remark.
- Please visit the original post in order to read the many reactions that ensued.
- The film takes the myth of the werewolf and transplants it into a small-town community and carnage ensues.
- The clash ensues, with casualties on both sides, as people fall having been speared and hit by poison arrows.
- There was a fine crowd present and a positive discussion ensued on proposed changes.
- The champagne would flow and the seductive conversation would ensue.
- It must ensue as a result of one's dedication to a cause greater than oneself.
- Consequently, there can be a lot of competition during the negotiations that ensue afterwards.
2ensuing present participlein the ensuing days — en los días subsiguientes formal
- in the ensuing fight — en la pelea que tuvo lugar a continuación
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