In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1favorablementehe spoke very favorably of her — habló muy bien de ella
- we were very favorably impressed — nos causó muy buena impresión
- to be favorably disposed/inclined to(ward) sb/sth — estar bien dispuesto hacia algn/algo
- The patrons responded favorably, and I was glad to see some repeat customers for our performance.
- But consumers may not react favorably to the copy protection, say analysts.
- He is the author of a great number of serious historical works, most of which have been favourably received.
- She explained: "Most of my clients have responded very favourably to this technique."
- Good intentions go a long way with me, so I tend to be favorably disposed towards holiday specials.
- It was well placed in the Royal Academy, and was favourably noticed by the critics.
- It's still too premature to say whether it will be allowed, but it is being looked upon fairly favourably.
- However, history may treat McCarthy more favourably than the contemporary press.
- Several members of that board have commented favorably on the rigor and integrity of the new peer review process.
- And so, all in all, I am very favorably impressed with him.
- Having both the public and television industry respond so favorably to the production is a real thrill.
- By all accounts he is progressing favourably in his new stand.
- Many of those passing by while I was taping them commented favorably on his work.
- I could see that Holmes was favourably impressed by the manner and speech of his new client.
- We have found the figures insufficient and we are not looking favourably at the offer.
- Both have similar favourable ratings, with slightly more than half of voters viewing each favourably.
- First of all, as you know, we view the initiative favorably.
- Wall Street regards favorably the company's long-term prospects but not necessarily the short-term share price.
- Mr Morris, however, is now progressing favourably.
- Higher levels of consumption, conversely, are viewed more favorably.
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