In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(knowledge) saber masculino(knowledge) conocimientos masculino(education) educación femeninothe learning of generations — el saber / los conocimientos de generaciones
- he had always set great store by learning — siempre le había dado mucha importancia a la educación
- a man of learning — un erudito
- It was in this London bookshop that Faraday acquired his learning, reading what he bound.
- They had no choice but to stay on in Asia, intermingling with the local peoples, and leavening Indian learning with Greek philosophy and classical ideas.
- His team of experts wear their learning lightly and the information is presented with admirable clarity.
- Their collective learning is immense, and is deployed without pity.
- It is your collective learning, your know-how and bank of experience.
- There have also been extraordinary achievements when intelligent faith, deep learning, and imaginative wisdom have come together.
- Leaders continually acquire new knowledge and abilities and pass their learning on to others around them.
- Share some learning / knowledge/information that you think is necessary in making a relationship work.
- I think it's a marvellous tool and it's great that we all have instant access to so much information, knowledge and learning at our fingertips.
- An urbane man who wears his intellectual learning lightly, he retires next year, when he will be 60.
- I am often highly impressed with the intelligence and learning of the military officers I meet at security conferences.
- All learning and knowledge is supposed to represent culture.
- Many contributors were Trinity graduates, parading classical learning and disdain for the vulgar.
- He would murmur a quiet corrective now and then, or insert an informative note, but never parade his learning.
2(act)aprendizaje masculinolearning process — proceso de aprendizaje masculino
- learning resources center / (British) centre — centro de material didáctico
- If experiential learning is properly implemented, learners are definitely not passive recipients of knowledge.
- It may just be apples and oranges; as researchers well know, the study of learning can be maddeningly complicated.
- Creative thinking, innovative material, and student-centered learning have not been encouraged.
- As such, the results underscore the importance of an instructional approach that encourages active learning.
- Each fast-paced presentation is designed to maximize your time and enhance your learning.
- But presentations by experts in the teaching and learning process facilitated our efforts.
- A pledge of $250,000 has been made in the coming territory budget, to improve interactive distance learning.
- Distance education facilitates lifelong learning, a major factor for all professionals in knowledge intensive fields.
- The agency offered numerous classes, films, and other learning opportunities on a regular basis.
- Mimetic adoption is a rather limited form of organizational learning from the experience of others.
- Her learning of English empowers her, but also affects her judgment.
- And the moment they are born one's own learning process starts all over again.
- The program includes a clear mission statement focusing on the school counselor's role in supporting student learning and achievement.
- Future research should be directed at more careful examination of these learning processes.
- The educational system emphasizes rote learning and memorization, rather than analytical thinking.
- A number of master piano teachers have promoted cooperative learning for students in small group settings.
- The site is intended to help you improve your learning of the English language.
- Courses that emphasized crop production, pest management, and courses that emphasized experiential learning were frequently listed.
- The school is very spacious and bright and will enhance the learning of pupils.
- You still need the sequential, programmed, methodical approach to your child's overall learning.
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