In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(contain as part)incluirher duties include looking after the animals — sus obligaciones incluyen el cuidar de los animales
- does the rent include heating costs? — ¿el alquiler incluye / en el alquiler están incluidos los gastos de calefacción?
- Food, drinks and a cabaret, usually involving belly dancers, are included in the price.
- It includes articles researched and presented with the vigour of the good scholar.
- Price includes a four course lunch, a ticket for the match and a match programme.
- Food is included in the entry price so it's a bit of a bargain.
- The party includes a full Christmas dinner with all the trimmings, drinks and music.
- The top price includes a table-side seat and meeting the players during the refreshment interval.
- With dinner and breakfast included, this price actually works out cheaper than having to eat out twice a day.
- This price includes hotel accommodation and flights direct from Glasgow to Hong Kong, via Dubai.
- The few articles of furniture included a narrow bed, a chair, and a desk in one corner.
- The admission price includes free entry to the door prize, which will be raffled that day.
- All this was included in the holiday price, so that was great.
- The price also includes a private driver and a local guide at sites of interest.
- On our honeymoon Shara was only allowed breakfast and dinner because lunch was not included in the price.
- The fries were quite good, and they are included in the price of the dinner.
- The price also includes return coach travel, return Channel crossings and a visit to Bruges.
- All seemed to be reasonably priced and included tea or coffee.
- I note with satisfaction that I am not asked to pay airport tax - it seems to be included in the tour price.
- The article also includes a section on use of cadavers in other research.
- These prices are per room per night and include dinner and breakfast for two people.
- Price also includes breakfast, afternoon tea and a combination of four evening meals and two lunches.
2(put in)incluir(with letter) adjuntar(with letter) incluirdid you include Michael on your list? — ¿incluiste a Michael en tu lista?
- I'll include a note with your letter — adjuntaré / incluiré una nota con tu carta
- if she's included, you can count me out — si ella va, conmigo no cuentes
- we're all included in the invitation — estamos todos invitados
- I am under a closed and private adoption agreement, with a hint of black market included.
- The Supreme Court filings included only a hint of the nastiness and sleaze from the family fight.
- My friend Lawrence's pictures of Ivan were almost included in The Guardian article, but were pulled at the last minute.
- The Prime Minister hinted yesterday that legislation on airguns may be included in the Queen's Speech.
- The FBI's documents included no hint as to how someone mistakenly put on can get himself removed.
3(count in)incluirservice isn't included — el servicio no está incluido
- I want everyone to help, you included — quiero que me ayuden todos, usted incluido / incluso usted
- there were six, if you include the baby — eran seis, contando al bebé
- All these insecurities and reactions I had - rational or not - would not have happened if he had have included me in his fantasy.
- Part of that context is the community that we come from, and this community includes you.
- He was running around saying to people, look, the system is corrupt, you're not included.
- I also seem to recall that Clarke said this encounter included him and other unnamed persons.
- He will be in the squad and the likelihood is we will include him on the bench.
- He is included by name regardless of whether or not he has children.
- I worry that she may be including me in more of her life than is healthy for someone who is just a friend.
- The dispatcher told me that mandatory evacuations were being ordered for a certain area and we were not included.
- In fact, in my college years, they switched tactics and included me in vacations to Vegas and Nashville.
- They talked the whole time at dinner and never once included Haylee in their discussions.
- I was really touched that he included me on this list.
- There might be a cousin visiting and you have to decide whether you include him in the sample.
- Sonia reportedly informed him that the appointment included him, too.
- He has a group of MPs around him but it is a small one and it doesn't include anyone particularly senior.
- Don't you have to have some kind of threshold before you're included in a nationally televised debate?
- It's so wonderful that you included me in your quest to inform!
- Her neighbours, who were mostly her own relatives, were not obstructive to her but never included her in their circle.
- Later he ticked me off for not including him in on emails to the client.
- Miss Howie said it was eight months before some officers would include her when they made cups of tea.
- More often, though, I hear plans being made around me and I'm not included.
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