In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of war, violence) escalada femenino(of dispute) intensificación femenino
- Jiang said the beatings represented a sharp escalation of a recent campaign by the Shanghai authorities to silence Mr. Zheng.
- All signs point to an escalation of state repression over the next week.
- The seizure marks a growing escalation.
- Each side reacts to the actions of the other in a continuing escalation of reciprocal acts.
- He said there were many factors responsible for escalation in militancy-related violence.
- Any escalation in the war of words is clearly worrisome, of course.
- The White House today blamed Hamas for the escalation of the violence in the Middle East.
- But there is something quite desperate about the escalation of force.
- Opposition leaders have also played a direct role in the escalation of violence.
- Putting out an eerily similar editorial is liable to lead to escalation now.
- Students are encouraged to draw conclusions about the likelihood of escalation.
- Now Turkey is threatening an escalation of the conflict.
- However, the nature of escalation of violence appears to be different.
- In my experience there is always escalation in these sorts of problems.
- I have in mind the escalation of violent quarrels and feuds, particularly in a tribal culture.
- Fires come in three strengths, each phase an escalation of the last.
- Commanders have vowed no repeat of such an escalation this time around.
- But an atmosphere of rage in the Islamic world can only make escalation more likely.
- And that then leads to the kind of escalation across the border that is quick likely.
- Ignoring the patient can also lead to escalation.
2(of costs)aumento masculinoescalada femenino
- "Suddenly we saw a massive escalation in their blood pressure to very dangerous levels," she said yesterday.
- That is due to the escalation in house prices.
- Later, escalation in steel prices forced the authorities to make a decision to increase the project cost, delaying work.
- In cost escalation, Kerala is among the top states.
- He said the issues behind the cost escalation were being addressed by the council chief executive.
- The next step in technology escalation is the addition of a stand-alone personal computer.
- Then my colleague asked a totally different question about the issue of price and the huge escalation in price since this time last year.
- We felt that this was an insufficient strategy, given the continued escalation of HIV infections.
- This report was understood to detail the escalation in human rights abuses since the presidential elections last March.
- This is down from an annual escalation rate of 3.7% for the same quarter of 2002.
- The increase on attacks against children is in line with the escalation in attacks on adults in the same period.
- Today the cost has risen to $360 per square foot - a 62 percent escalation.
- The political escalation of the Chinese exchange rate question raises difficult issues of a face saving nature for the Chinese government.
- They appear to be at particular risk for initiation and escalation of marijuana and illicit drug use and consequences.
- Burton gained a consort price, a rapid escalation in his acting fee; in return, he lent Taylor the glory of a classical stage tradition.
- Successive governments have been clueless about the continuing escalation of crime in our nation.
- It does not sprawl or dance across the page; there are no dizzy escalations or sudden wild drops.
- In those days, the price of electricity was nominal, and few foresaw the major escalation of utility costs that lay ahead.
- Clearly, the escalation of U. S. troops in Baghdad failed to meet its mission.
- The bank has lifted its official interest rate in a move that could be the start of a series of interest rate escalations.
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