In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(whole)enteroan entire year — todo un año
- the entire village went to the dance — todo el pueblo / el pueblo entero fue al baile
- the entire proceeds will go to charity — lo recaudado se destinará íntegramente / en su totalidad a obras de caridad
- The fiber needs to be inspected along its entire length for damage before use.
- I am afraid that a whole country, an entire people, will be destroyed for nothing.
- It was finally Saturday, which meant the entire group had a whole day of freedom on their hands.
- You can think that you ate a whole loaf and the entire thing is still there.
- Now, they are marketed as essential and whole supermarket aisles and entire shops are devoted to selling them.
- Even in the case of severe damage to the entire intestinal wall, tissues seem to regenerate well.
- One tiny mistake could take weeks to undo, a larger error could cause the entire ship irreparable damage.
- For one eerily glorious moment in time, the whole entire world seemed to be completely silent.
- Note that this trick does not reduce the size of your file as a whole or make your entire sales content load faster.
- Projecting growth over a whole century for the entire planet is just plain silly.
- The lack of pricing power is cramping business and could end up damaging the entire economy.
- The head teacher says that their entire budget for the whole of last year amounted to $16.
- I find it best to cache each object on a page separately, rather than caching the entire page as a whole.
- When crown tissue is infected and becomes decayed, the entire plant may wilt and die.
- I nod and look around to see broken glass covering the entire room.
- As a result, individual lives, families, and entire cultures have been damaged by sin.
- When one scholar violates that trust, it damages the legitimacy of the entire academy.
- For an entire day, the whole village gets ready by hunting and cooking and such.
- The entire knife feels solid and well made, and the blade is amazingly sharp.
- Dentists are routinely extracting entire sets of severely decayed teeth from toddlers under general anaesthetic.
- This Agreement embodies the entire understanding of the Parties as it relates to the subject matter hereof.
- This sounds like entire supposition, and I would like to know what reasoning is behind it.
- Because a crystalline solid is regular, we can see the inner form of the entire solid by looking at a fragment.
2(confidence) absoluto(confidence) total
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