In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1instantáneodon't expect their reaction to be instantaneous — no esperes que reaccionen al instante / enseguida
- What Barsamian's questions provoke is an eloquent and desperate plea for direct, instantaneous action.
- Technology must be developed to make the transactions instantaneous.
- The technology must be developed to make the transacting of money instantaneous.
- Companies could efficiently share and distribute information, providing a faster decision-making process, effective internal communications and instantaneous feedback.
- This is an improvement over earlier systems that depended on the use of a stand-alone gas detector with alarm, which experts had to monitor continuously so that the reaction to any malfunction could be instantaneous.
- Figure 2 demonstrates a rapid but not instantaneous decrease in elongation of primary roots of lupin when pressure was applied to entire axes.
- Being that he was from around these parts, his sense of direction was almost instantaneous.
- The Empires disappeared suddenly, as though in an instantaneous catastrophe.
- It's that instantaneous direction change, the wheel-shredding asphalt grind that cooks up this sure winner on the attention-o-meter.
- The old USSR was run by men who did not see the abject and instantaneous murder of civilians as a reason to celebrate.
- All of these, by virtue of the information age, are characterized today by rapid change and often instantaneous awareness.
- Best practices at this point suggest rapid, but not instantaneous, installation of vendor packages.
- What was needed was a new, direct democracy with more instantaneous feedback to guide the political class.
- Once airborne I could immediately feel the aircraft's sensitivity because every change in height and direction is instantaneous.
- This death would have been rapid, almost instantaneous.
- The instantaneous hostility of France to the second UN resolution proposed by Britain and America was presented last week as a brave moral stand by the French foreign minister, Dominique de Villepin.
- With the instantaneous and free flow of information brought about by the Internet and other technological innovations what happens in, say, a remote part of Kalimantan or New York could reach Jakarta in a matter of minutes.
- Yet mathematicians were able to revolutionize the subject by inventing a whole new language of mathematics which was capable of expressing instantaneous change: that language was the calculus.
- Inertia precludes limbs from making sharp directional changes or instantaneous starts and stops.
- This is because the travel time of light, although very rapid, is not instantaneous.
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