In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1extra masculinobeneficio extra masculinothere are no perks with this job — en este trabajo no tienes ningún (beneficio) extra
- one of the perks of living/working here is that … — una de las ventajas de vivir/trabajar aquí es que …
- And his head isn't turned by the perks of the job.
- Many government employees who could not otherwise afford these things get them as perks of the job.
- The zone will give tax perks to businesses providing maintenance, repair and overhaul services to domestic and foreign airlines.
- Sometimes it takes some extra perks to get the whole family to go boating - this year's line of great ‘toys’ will do the job.
- They enjoy superior grade vehicles, drivers and many other perks.
- And the job has its perks, including occasional dates with rock icons.
- One of the perks of my job is being able to go to swell places like this.
- My host worked in an executive capacity for a large multinational company, a chauffeur-driven BMW being among the perks of her job.
- Push-ups offer many other perks that you may be unaware of.
- They gave me time off to go climb mountains, and I was entitled to other perks like staff travel.
- Extra perks include fast shutter advance and a lens that accepts 49 mm SLR screw-on accessories.
- The cop, increasingly pleased with the perks of this job, goes into the theater.
- One of the perks of this job is getting to drive a lot of cars that I will never be able to afford.
- The discounters then successfully beat the majors at their own game, adding perks such as satellite TV, leather seats and extra legroom.
- Practicing medicine in a small town has its perks.
- This is the work of a writer who became a pop star by mistake, but discovered that the perks are better and stuck with it.
- Anyone with a credit card can take advantage of the perks once reserved for a spoiled few.
- One of the perks of the job was free access to the artificial snow slope.
- One of the perks of the job is free tickets to local gigs.
- The main feature is, of course, a trip to Caesars Palace with plenty of perks and gift certificates to smooth away the sorrow of losing the Oscar.
- That's one of the perks of the job, getting music long before it hits the shops.
- This is one of the perks of the job, that occasionally you meet interesting celebrities.
- Many miners felt, in fact, that the right to collect was one of the few perks of the job.
- Cruise lines may reward your loyalty by adding perks to the deal.
- One of the perks of her job was it left her with a lot of down time.
- But in practice, it has been a free-for-all, according to those who have enjoyed the perks of the job.
- The sand and mud can be quite a toxic mix for bicycles so be sure to take advantage of this perk.
- If the cash is not returned in time, investors may miss the chance to take advantage of this year's tax perks.
- All museums rely on the kindness of private and corporate donors, many of whom expect to be wooed with special perks or consideration.
- And there are a couple of extra perks thrown in, too.
- Depending on the hospice's resources, there may be extra perks, such as art, touch and music therapy.
- The perks of his job include free tyres and mufflers!
- In time they usually become people who care more about the perks of their job: mini-bars, expense accounts, fat salaries.
- They enjoy such perks as dormitory living, television and a well-equipped gym.
- Both companies offer health insurance, share options and performance incentives as more financially tangible perks of the job.
- Our 800-plus panelists are prohibited from accepting perks, and clubs can be banned from the competition simply for offering them.
- As an extra perk, hotel guests with wireless laptops can use the Wi-Fi network free of charge.
- For some, the up-front economic perks of mining sweeten the assessment of the anticipated social and environmental impact on the community.
- The most overrated part of the job is the status-oriented perks.
- Workers in the tourism sector can expect a variety of perks, which sometimes include accommodation and staff discounts.
1(coffee) hacerse(coffee) filtrarse
- As the coffee perked, she crawled through the door into the cabin looking a pale shade of green.
- A pot of coffee already sat perking, filling the room with its rich aroma.
- No matter whether you prefer espresso, drip, perked, or pressed, you need to start with high-quality gourmet coffee beans to get a good cup of coffee.
- Sitting on the sky blue counter as her coffee perked, Kina silently swore.
- He tried to get his mind back on training as he took another sip of the freshly perked coffee.
- Inside the theatre is cozy but not extremely inviting (unless you like vending machine snacks and perked coffee).
1(coffee) (en una cafetera eléctrica) hacer
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