In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(give right)to entitle sb to sth — darle a algn derecho a algo
- it entitles you to free admission — te da derecho a entrar gratis
- that doesn't entitle him to be so rude — eso no le da derecho a ser tan grosero
- to be entitled to sth — tener derecho a algo
- to be entitled to compensation — tener derecho a indemnización
- I think she's entitled to a little respect — me parece que se merece / que se le debe un poco de respeto
- Residents were granted 99-year lease agreements, entitling them to lease the land under their houses for between $36,000 and $46,000 upfront.
- is a government-issued document or permit entitling its holder to prospect and extract minerals, together with associated privileges.
- Within this time you are entitled to cancel the order and receive a full refund for unused goods.
- Plus, you can claim up to twelve month's back-payments if you were entitled to claim earlier.
- Owners frequently ask whether their boat warranty entitles them to a complete replacement or refund of the purchase price if the vessel proves defective.
- Have you claimed all the tax allowances and credits that you're entitled to?
- The decision of the competent authority or authorities which entitles the developer to proceed with the project.
- Every natural and legal person is entitled to the peaceful enjoyment of his possessions.
- It was deemed that I was not entitled to benefit as I had not paid in enough in the last three years!
- It is a bit of a mystery, and we are investigating why he did not receive the standard of service he was entitled to.
- Every natural or legal person is entitled to the peaceful enjoyment of his possessions.
- If goods are not of satisfactory quality consumers are entitled to a legal remedy.
- He is entitled to remain silent and require the prosecution to prove its case.
- All four-year-old children are already entitled to receive free nursery education.
- In this case, a concession was effectively a fiscal grant, entitling the holder to collect revenue from land worked by others.
- Meanwhile he was not entitled to any pay and could not be asked to do any work.
- He is entitled to claim that money back from the Commons as long as the office is not used for party politics.
- If she is entitled to receive it for professional services rendered, then she must be paid.
- Those persons are not entitled to claim the rights and privileges under the Convention.
- It is well established that patients are entitled to receive competent care.
- If your tent is faulty or unfit for normal use you are entitled to a refund if you act quickly.
- In particular, would she be entitled to claim any compensation if I asked her to move out either now or in the future?
- Only when these options are exhausted would you be entitled to terminate employment.
- Patients are entitled to receive health care on the basis of clinical need.
- The issue is whether changing the licence plates on the leased vehicle constituted a breach of the lease agreement, thereby entitling the plaintiff by counterclaim to damages for breach of contract.
- A separate hearing will decide how much holiday and sickness pay he is entitled to.
- Where the employee has committed a serious breach of contract then this would of course entitle the employer to terminate the contract.
2formal(name)titularponer por títulodarle el título dea poem entitled 'Laura' — un poema titulado / que lleva por título 'Laura'
- he entitled it 'X' — le dio el título de 'X'
- De Botton presents us Xavier de Maistre, a Frenchman who, in 1790, undertook a journey around his bedroom, later entitling an account of what he had seen ‘Journey Around My Bedroom’.
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