In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1farming is their livelihood — viven de la agricultura
- our livelihood depends on it — de ello depende nuestro sustento
- to earn / gain one's/a livelihood — ganarse la vida / el sustento
- the shop affords them a bare livelihood — la tienda apenas les da para vivir
- it deprived them of their livelihood — los privó de sus medios de vida
- His life and his livelihood depended on the continued good health of his son.
- These poor souls also need investments to enable them to find jobs to earn a livelihood.
- It's true the timber trade provides a livelihood for some inhabitants of the region, but not for long.
- Some lectures concern the jobs or livelihoods of the listeners at the lecture.
- She gave myself and my crew a livelihood and we depended on her for our safety, but it is time to move on.
- You want to be there for the children but this is our livelihood, our career.
- Our cultures, livelihoods, businesses, and coastal communities depend on it.
- But with such working conditions employees are putting their livelihoods before making a stand.
- Nearly all have to adjust to both the responsibilities of freedom and the challenge of earning their livelihood.
- Of course many fishermen are against this because their livelihood depends on it.
- A great many people depend for their livelihood on these paths being open, not just for recreation.
- The club might not be in existence by the end of the season and ultimately it is our livelihoods and careers that are at stake.
- The livelihoods of many thousands of people depend on their success and they must succeed to ensure survival.
- We do not sorrow at the destruction of the tsunami just because across the continent we depend upon each other for our food and livelihoods.
- In many tribes, political positions, as well as trades and livelihoods, also are hereditary.
- Hundreds of thousands of working people have lost their jobs and livelihoods.
- In the city people have relied on business to supply jobs to maintain their livelihoods.
- I would never ask another professional to put his livelihood on the line.
- For many whose livelihoods depended on the yard the future has already disappeared.
- This is just one of the workers who depends on this industry for a livelihood.
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