In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(usually, as a rule)generalmentepor lo generalen general
- There were arguments like in any other normal marriage but we generally got on with each other.
- The bus station is pretty well lit, and there are generally people around.
- We did not usually stock shoes, seeing as they generally had to be custom-made to fit the wearer.
- Do extras generally get to eat the same meals as the rest of the cast and crew?
- Over a normal seven-day week it generally receives up to five million customers.
- Customers in Britain generally get a good deal for their money when it comes to car insurance.
- This sort of behaviour is common in the elderly and the young and generally causes no harm.
- These are normally much smaller and generally caught on meat or fish baits.
- A person with normal hearing can generally separate the speech from the background sounds.
- The extraction of teeth is a commonly performed and generally safe procedure.
- How do you generally spend the twenty minutes or so before you nod off?
- This is because men generally start parenting later in life and women have a longer life span.
- That was generally the point where we considered it was safe enough to move him up to bed without disturbing his sleep.
- The leaked document generally uses one of three reasons for denying requests for certain pieces of text.
- Women generally tend to form a group and try to stick together during the travel.
- It is a routine and generally safe procedure, but all surgery does carry some element of risk.
- We generally celebrate our birthdays quietly, without much fuss or fancy goings-on.
- In an ordinary case it is generally said you judge it by the action of the man in the street.
- This is attitude is generally welcomed as a form of enlightened tolerance.
- It's generally good to take risks; if they don't destroy you, they make you stronger.
2also generally speaking(broadly)por lo generalen generalpor regla general
- There is, generally speaking, no single piece of information in a signal or structure.
- The gameplay itself is generally pretty good, but a little too similar to the first game.
- As stated above, generally speaking, necessity is a broader heading than duress.
- Nor, generally speaking, will the customer's bank be in breach of its duty of performance.
- I know they vary over the long term but that is generally a decline over years.
- She was horrified by the repetition and was generally not happy with it.
- Monday too turned out to be a generally sunny day and so too was Tuesday, as this picture shows.
- His hearing, vision and mobility are normal and he is generally healthy and not on any medication.
- So I ate it, and raved about it, and got it all over my keyboard, and was generally happy.
- The standard of golf was generally very high, so to come away with fifth is not a disgrace.
- Western intellectuals are generally shifting to the left, certainly on these questions.
- The street will follow the line of a national cycle route and will generally be narrower than a normal road.
- They were slipping around on the cobble-stones and generally looking wretched.
- His letters are also generally free of the standard evocations of God and his will.
- Their history has generally been one of dramatic change over hundreds of years.
- The ground is generally decent and usually provides a good jumping surface.
- A customer survey launched last August has brought a generally positive response.
- So far we have been looking at media rather generally in terms of communication options.
- She would answer telephones, make calls to customers and generally act in the same way as an employee.
- However, generally speaking the standard of driving in the area is very good.
3(as a whole)en generalI meant people generally — me refería a la gente en general
4(by everyone)it is generally admitted that … — en general se reconoce que …
- he's generally admired — es admirado por todos
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