In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(accompanying)(effect/consequence) secundario(advantage/benefit) adicional(expenses) imprevistoincidental to sth
- these duties are incidental to the job — son responsabilidades que conlleva el trabajo
- the dangers incidental to the plan — los riesgos que conlleva / acarrea el plan
- That space came along as a necessary but incidental accompaniment of the two arches.
- There was no fireman's rule in English law requiring firemen to accept the ordinary risks incidental to fighting a fire, having claims only in respect of unusual or extraordinary risks.
- Usually it's the ‘living expenses’ and other incidental costs that throw budgets out of whack.
- Each attack's accompanied by great incidental animations, ranging from acrobatic swordfights to the crackle and flare of Force Lightning tearing into the enemy.
- Achieving this designation in public policy requires identifying opportunities both as a specific agenda and as incidental to other APA activities.
- Such background details were not incidental, but necessary and defining parts of so deeply felt an experience.
- For instance, a charity has to refrain from political advocacy, unless such lobbying activity is merely incidental to the charitable purpose.
- As in his biography of Macarthur, the Aborigines are incidental, minor problems for his hero to overcome.
- The latter has pages of editorial to play out fantasies and impart visual narratives, and the clothes are incidental; they just happen to be what the models were wearing at the time.
- The background is no incidental backcloth for the staging of the figure's magnificence.
- For most the countryside is simply background, incidental.
- But while reducing accrued liability makes the balance sheet look better, there's no effect on expenses beyond the incidental savings of closing the office.
- The Matriarch of the family gives him some money for books and incidental expenses.
- Thus, for example, activities initially incidental to the main of an area of land may grow in scale to a point where they convert the single use to a composite use and produce a material change of use of the whole.
- The figures under the heading IEP relate to constituency office IT costs, stationery and incidental expenses.
- The team will pay for their own accommodation and it is hoped a sponsor will come forward to cover incidental expenses so all the money raised can go directly to Rosemere.
- Yes, like I said we still don't have the money to cover even the incidental expenses, so I'm spending out of my pocket.
- Criticism of the footnote is not a quibble about a minor incidental proposition.
- A hundred dollars left at the desk to cover any incidental expenses I might incur in a day didn't get me effective use of the phone in my room or access to the mini-bar.
- We know something of Casaubon's background from incidental remarks.
- The scholarship will cover the full tuition and accommodation fees involved but will not cover travel to the Colaiste or other incidental expenses.
- Book sales as such became an incidental, minor percentage of daily turnover in this and other bookshops.
- We manage 90 seconds of incidental chitchat before conversation dries up.
- Most cakes were eaten as incidental items to accompany a glass of sweet wine (the origin of the Madeira cake) or a dish of tea.
2(minor)incidentalde menor importancia
- The aim is to reduce the incidental catch of gamefish like marlin while allowing stocks of swordfish, oceanic sharks and tuna to replenish themselves.
- Precision comes from being able to strike the desired target while avoiding incidental casualties or unwanted damage.
- When the wasp attacks the larval butterfly, it drives the ants to attack each other, turning them into incidental casualties.
- They are not meat eaters, and any insects they swallow are accidental or incidental.
- The small and incidental commercial catch is marketed as ‘perch’.
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