In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1to do the legwork — hacer el trabajo preliminar / de campo
- it took a lot of legwork before I found anything — tuve que andar de arriba para abajo antes de encontrar algo
- Finding a mental health provider takes some legwork.
- Josh Claybourn, one of the founders of ITA, figured it was probably a fake and did a lot of legwork to try and find out for sure.
- And it proved that if you are prepared to put in a bit of legwork and be brazen enough to ask, you really can get some reasonable bargains.
- Of course, you can search for a sales rep or distributor yourself, but he prepared for a lot of legwork.
- Finding the mechanic took some legwork, but Patroni found the man and his garage.
- It takes determination, organization, and a lot of legwork - and that's just the beginning.
- Little legwork was required in this instance, though.
- Have today's journalists removed themselves from doing the proper legwork?
- That will require a lot of legwork, he cautioned.
- To get access to school bonds, you have to do a lot of legwork.
- However, they hope the preliminary legwork will pay off.
- I know, I completely rely on other people to do all the real legwork.
- No matter where you travel, however, there are free events and activities that just take a little planning and legwork to find.
- You'll need to do some legwork to see what sort of schools fall into your savings range.
- If you have your own set of burning questions, you will have to do your own legwork, so to speak.
- But such legwork does far more than inform them of what their co-medium is thinking.
- If you are interested in pursuing this, let me know and I'll do some additional legwork.
- The old Bulgarian Ministry of Trade and Tourism was helpful in the past but there is still a lot of legwork for him to do.
- With only a fraction of their financial firepower, he and his volunteers will have a lot of legwork to do.
- However, many of the websites that charge a fee will do this legwork for you.
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