In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(corruption/disease) erradicar(uproot) desarraigar
- It is difficult to erase it from the memory of the brain even after eradicating the disease.
- It eradicates cowardice, destroys doubt, fills you with vitality, lets you do the impossible…
- Shortly into the crisis there was therefore a balancing act between eradicating the disease and limiting the wider economic damage.
- Anyone with an interest in the countryside has a role to play in eradicating the disease: from the livestock farmer to the rambler and mountain biker.
- Amanda has been working to remove processed food from school menus and to eradicate harmful E numbers.
- I think the majority of farmers overwhelmingly support containing and eradicating the disease.
- In the light of the recent issues in the game we have to stamp down on this type of activity and eradicate it from our game.
- These two steps alone will eradicate a large number of diseases we face today.
- Treatment is available that eradicates the virus and eliminates or reduces liver inflammation and fibrosis in some patients.
- Just as we are close to eradicating polio, can the same be said about eliminating lymphatic filariasis?
- We continue to do that and our campaign to eradicate pensioner poverty goes on.
- Who still wants to listen to Indonesia's argument that it does not need any assistance in eradicating terrorism or its roots here?
- The minister said she also wants to offer support for a program to eradicate illiteracy.
- The decree stipulates that it is mandatory for the government to involve the public in eradicating the disease.
- Perennial weeds such as horsetail and bindweed need more attention because the roots should be removed to stand any chance of eradicating them.
- By the end of next month we will have succeeded in eradicating the illiteracy of 1,300,000 Venezuelans.
- However, the main difference between the two countries lies in the resolve of the Scots to eradicate the disease.
- It is extremely difficult to eradicate prejudices so deeply rooted and natural.
- We must not undo the excellent work that has ben done in almost eradicating these diseases from our shores.
- The elimination of hunger is thus the first requisite for eradicating poverty.
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