In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person) emprendedor(person) decidido(person) con empuje(company) dinámico(attitude) emprendedor(attitude) decidido(attitude) positivo
- A go-ahead Bradford business pioneering a radical new energy drink is being backed by a West Yorkshire business initiative.
- Friday I am seeing some very go-ahead graphic designers in North Walsham who have come up with some very innovative campaigning ideas.
- To the right of us, the young, go-ahead dynamic couple with a kid that is only 5 but is already signed up to play for Liverpool F.C. have just had their entire front garden block paved.
- They're becoming a very strong branch with some very go-ahead people.
- It must have wounded this ambitious, go-ahead politician obviously determined to make his mark on the world with his innovative ideas.
- Last year the go-ahead Club opened another nine holes, giving 27 holes in total.
- Committee member and Blackley MP Graham Stringer, ex-chairman of Manchester Airport, said it was seen as one of the most go-ahead airports.
- There have been major improvements to the eighteen hole course in recent years and it is expected the new facilities will attract many new members to the go-ahead club.
- It's a dynamic, go-ahead set of people Ken Livingstone's going to be in charge of.
- David C used to be a trendy go-ahead researcher in Central Office and very cliquey.
- Basingstoke is a go-ahead place and the community should not hide its light under a bushel.
- Though the real world's rough edges may be feeling pretty abrasive, this is still a gung-ho go-ahead time for Fish.
- For many years John was a Director of Listowel Race Company Limited - a real go-ahead man all out to improve Listowel Races in every way possible.
- ‘Manchester, an exciting, go-ahead city, is well geared up for it,’ said the Prime Minister.
- If a man acts in a particular way then they are seen as being ambitious, go-ahead, and driven.
- Both are go-ahead characters who know what they have to do to reach the top and are prepared to make the sacrifices.
- If we can consolidate we'll do well, but we are a go-ahead club, we've had to be to get this far.
- Blackpool has always been a go-ahead place and in recent years successful attempts have been made to extend the season.
- There is a go-ahead spirit which is extremely stimulating… a feeling that anything can be achieved.
- I think it's a hard-working school with go-ahead ideas and it is fun to be part of it.
1to give sb/sth the go-ahead — darle luz verde / el visto bueno a algn/algo
- we got the go-ahead for our plans — dieron luz verde / el visto bueno a nuestros planes
- Sligo County Council recently gave the planning go-ahead for the complex on the Eastern side of Dublin road.
- It was suggested last week that the £800 million scheme had been given the go-ahead by the local authority.
- However, I'm bloody amazed we gave the go-ahead for the export licence.
- But work was halted after a public outcry, and in what would be a major U-turn by the authority, members are expected to give the go-ahead for the berms to be ripped up.
- The procedure had never been carried out in the UK, but the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority gave them the go-ahead.
- A planning inspector has given the go-ahead for the site of a former jam factory at Easterton to be developed, despite fears over safety.
- If approved, the go-ahead will be given to a full-scale feasibility study.
- In a Commons written reply, he gave the go-ahead for 30 authorities to pilot new ways of voting or counting in local and mayoral polls on May 2.
- Windermere is to get nine new affordable homes after the Lake District National Park Authority gave the go-ahead for a development at Lickbarrow Road.
- Following the bizarre events at Old Trafford, it seems just a matter of time before the authorities give the go-ahead for the introduction of video technology.
- Doncaster Council chiefs are expected to give the go-ahead at a planning meeting next week, which could see work beginning before the end of the year.
- Last week, too, environmentalists were incensed by go-aheads for logging in protected forests and oil-drilling on a beach with a colony of rare sea turtles.
- Oldham subsequently got the go-ahead from Jefferson to proceed with the building of Pavilion I.
- The company has failed to get the final go-ahead from the authorities, however, despite Reynolds's no doubt excellent contacts.
- Kildare County council has given the go-ahead for planning permission to relocate the State laboratories from Abbotstown to Backweston.
- According to the planning inspector's decision that gave the centre the go-ahead in November last year after a public inquiry, 16 men are coming.
- Today we got the final go-aheads and completed procedural formalities for our documentary on the Armenian Church.
- Detailed plans of the development have now been lodged for planning approval following the go-ahead from local area councillors.
- At a meeting held last Thursday, Shipley Area Planning Panel gave the go-ahead for the meeting house on the former Acacia House Hotel site.
- About 88 parking spaces are also to be created for the flats if the scheme is given the final go-ahead by planning bosses.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.