In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(speech/to book) prefacio masculino(speech/to book) prólogo masculino(to event) prólogo masculinopreface to sth — prólogo de algo
- Ignoring her greeting card preface, the trio around me began to weave a tangle of memories, Lily's going farther back than the others.
- Add here the standard preface that I'm not a lawyer.
- A brief preface to each speech sets the historical context leading up to the event and provides a glimpse into Frome's life.
- This article is excerpted from the new preface to the updated paperback edition.
- As the poet, writer and journalist Mohamad notes in his preface, the book makes no attempt to give a comprehensive account of the era.
- As George Menasseri, noted academician who wrote the preface to the book, points out, it is a break from the tradition in that the authors did not depend much on the works of foreign writers.
- I annotated it and prepared the double book for publication with a preface explaining what I had done and why I had done it.
- As a preface to discussing specifics, I need to bring up some general issues surrounding theories of literary dependence.
- So when, earlier this year, the publishers Weidenfeld & Nicolson asked me to write a new preface to Christian's book, I was eager to read it.
- As a preface to this speech we should all remind ourselves that there is much work that needs to be done to achieve this ambition.
- In the preface of her 1963 book The Feminine Mystique, Betty Freidan wrote: ‘There was a strange discrepancy between the reality of our lives as women and the image to which we were trying to conform’.
- But that kind of clarification of my understanding of biblical teaching for evangelical groups has usually been a preface to a plea for humility.
- The book's 246 pages are divided into two forewords, a preface, eight chapters, and seven appendixes.
- Publishers could help by inviting authors to state in the prefaces to their books what in their view would constitute valid and serious grounds for scholarly criticism and disagreement.
- The only statement even vaguely likely to incite dislike is a preface to the summary of western thought which is characterised as ‘the inconsistency of their argument’.
- Jesus offers a preface in these verses, which come near the conclusion of the section in John commonly referred to as Jesus' farewell discourse.
- In addition to providing some history about them, it also doubles as a preface for describing the animation.
- The book contains a preface, six chapters and two appendices - one a list of end uses of asbestos and the other a partial list of organizations that specified asbestos in codes or standards.
- It appears in a 1964 letter published as a preface to a text written in the 1920s.
- Ullman's 10 steps are listed in a preface to the book's introduction and then spelled out over the course of eight chapters.
- Aguilera has written a preface for the book introducing the ongoing show at the Shanghai Museum, which is entitled ‘The Mayan Treasures from Mexico.’
- First published in 1994, this revised, softcover edition is, with the exception of a short preface, identical to the original, hardcover publication.
- Here's his preface to the original edition written in 1934.
- The relaunched book will include a preface written by renowned local poet Desmond Egan.
1(book) prologar(book) escribir el prefacio dethe coup prefaced a bloody civil war — el golpe de estado fue el prólogo de una sangrienta guerra civil
- she prefaced this by saying that … — a modo de introducción dijo que …
- As the title suggests, the book is divided into three parts, prefaced by a brief introductory chapter and followed by a brief concluding chapter.
- The sixteen essays, which are prefaced by an introduction by the editors, look at Newton's works in physics, mathematics, metaphysics and chemistry.
- Key prefaced his fourth and final book, Age of Manipulation, with an ‘Author's Warning.’
- The book is prefaced with four pages of worried preamble by the author about her inspiration - the memoir of an 18 th-century Korean crown princess - and how she translated its impact.
- Featuring over 140 creative recipes and prefaced by witty introductions, the book offers an inspirational approach to cooking and eating seasonal food.
- The book is prefaced by a ‘cast of characters’, and characters rather than abstractions govern its course.
- The volume is prefaced by an excellent review by the editors on the state of research which incorporates the submitted papers and an extensive bibliography.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.