In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(loss of blood)hemorragia femeninoa brain hemorrhage — una hemorragia cerebral
2(loss)fuga masiva femeninoa staff hemorrhage — una deserción masiva de personal
- So perhaps this is just what our comprehensives need, an effective way to staunch the haemorrhage of middle-class children from the state sector while generally improving standards for everyone.
- The trend is a serious economic flaw because it has resulted in financial haemorrhage not to mention the serious loss of business to local insurance firms.
- The US industry has had a dramatic collapse in confidence and performance resulting in a haemorrhage of jobs, but the greatest impact of this has been on the US market.
- Focal hemorrhage and loss of architectural integrity were apparent.
1(patient) tener una hemorragia(patient) sufrir una hemorragia formal(wound/blood vessel) sangrar mucho
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