In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- This used to be a joint enterprise with her husband.
- In my submission, that evidence clearly laid the basis for the joint enterprise, at least as far as the attempted armed robbery went.
- Neither of them are alleged to have actually wielded the knife, but were part of a joint enterprise, he said.
- Indeed most of the things I had done were really joint enterprises.
- It is at this point that the idea of a joint enterprise, be it marital or based on cohabitation, becomes crucial.
- The contributions of big game hunting to the imperial enterprise were multiple and complex.
- You are advised to take the lead with regard to joint enterprises and commitments.
- Many view the European project as an enterprise of long conversations with little change.
- Along the way, there are some moments that threaten to take the entire enterprise completely off the rails.
- Next, you'll list the tasks that will bring about the successful completion of your new enterprise.
- China and Russia will support a joint enterprise and have voted for the UN Security Council resolution of condemnation.
- It is also an enterprise that complements other positive environmental, farming and rural development schemes.
- The Universe was believed to be far too complex for such an enterprise to be even considered.
- So bold an enterprise, so boldly undertaken, is bound to provoke not merely thought but dissent.
- Thus, given the scope of the enterprise, the project would inevitably enhance teaching and stimulate research.
- But you have a common commodity and a common end and you have a joint enterprise, have you not?
- The cases tend to talk in terms of there being a joint enterprise, or pre-arranged plan or talk of the accused acting in concert.
- The emperor undertook great enterprises with enthusiasm; his son avoids them.
- We want added-value projects, enterprises that involve design and development, for instance.
- This made farming a joint enterprise with each benefiting from the other.
1.2(initiative, daring)empuje masculinoiniciativa femeninomen of great enterprise — hombres de gran empuje / iniciativa
- the spirit of enterprise — el espíritu emprendedor
- Big cities are both cradles and magnets for enterprise and creativity.
- Sometimes, however, it can take a little initiative and enterprise to secure municipal services for the village.
- A happy combination of luck and enterprise has put a South Lakeland village on the brink of prosperity for the foreseeable future.
- The spirit of enterprise depends on this will to win.
- For the sake of Britain's future I want every child enthused with the spirit of enterprise.
- Only then will Scotland match its historic commitment to tackling poverty with the new spirit of enterprise on which our shared future depends.
- As a result, initiative, enterprise, and valor are once again at a premium.
- He has the drive, ability, enterprise and youth to make a further substantial contribution to the Irish media.
- A baya of enterprise, energy and skill may be the proud builder of four nests in a colony, each happily occupied with a female on eggs.
- Remember, inventive enterprise built America, not the Federal Government.
- These grown-up children were usually those who had no spirit of enterprise.
- It shows enterprise and the ability to get on with other people, and these are often better guides to character than academic achievement.
- But, I am bound to add, in the context of the spirit of Western enterprise, it should not surprise us.
- The inequality in the world just now is reprehensible, but human ingenuity and enterprise can triumph against the odds.
- I knew from an early age what that comfort depended on: diligence, enterprise and initiative.
- The spirit of enterprise is alive and kicking in Scotland.
- Or is it only the last chapter of the long story of our ability to absorb foreigners, and draw new strength from their energy and enterprise?
- I want to pay tribute to that effort and spirit of enterprise.
- It took a number of coincidences and lots of good luck to release this strong spirit of enterprise hidden in them.
- Scotland needs many more people like them with ambition, courage and a strong spirit of enterprise.
2.2(business activity)free enterprise — la libre empresa
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