In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(business) negocio muy lucrativo masculino(business) negocio muy rentable masculino(product) producto de gran venta masculino(investment) inversión muy productiva femenino(investment) inversión muy lucrativa femenino
- The new system may not be a huge moneymaker for the district, but it will save time and money.
- On last year's list of big moneymakers, PG movies held five of the top 10 spots, which I guess is kind of unusual.
- The so-called ‘big-time’ programs which emphasize either football or men's basketball are potentially huge moneymakers.
- He is so tied up with his own problems, in a fast-changing, competitive business, that he has no time for his musicians as anything but potential moneymakers.
- The more affluent clients, especially if they use Merrill for other services in addition to brokerage, are moneymakers for the firm.
- Newspapers were risky as business enterprises, fledgling moneymakers, but, like most small businesses, it was the start-up costs that could prove to be disastrous.
- I'd like to see a major studio take its slate down to 8 films a year… and have 6 significant moneymakers.
- Unfortunately developing countries lagged behind, with drugs becoming politicized and easy moneymakers by immoral officials.
- ‘Revenue-wise,’ says an official with the telecom's cable channel, ‘it's one of our biggest moneymakers.’
- Even the smaller NASCAR series are consistent moneymakers.
- Such stamps are moneymakers for the Postal Service.
- He says he's in no hurry to turn his Chinese operation into a moneymaker.
- It's not surprising that books on infant sleep are top moneymakers for publishers - in early infancy, every baby wakes in the night, so every parent will want such books.
- The biggest moneymakers in any organization are always the people who know how to be different.
- There, he showcased an ability to succeed where others had failed, turning a money-losing unit into a moneymaker after only one year.
- Anytime you can offer her a product that will allow her to protect herself and her valuables is sure to be a moneymaker for your store.
- Republicans say it is a moneymaker because it prompts property sales that would not have occurred otherwise.
- In most countries, major moneymakers and head offices for large companies are found in populous areas - especially in or near the capital.
- Banking and stock trading have the potential to be big moneymakers if someone can migrate users to the wireless Web.
- That rarely happens, however, and the book should be looked at as a long-term investment rather than a direct moneymaker.
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