In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1requisito esencial masculinocondición sine qua non femeninodedication is a prerequisite for success — la dedicación es una condición sine qua non para triunfar
- She also has one of the essential prerequisites for the role - a big set of lungs.
- The decision-making process must comply with these prerequisites to result in a decisive policy.
- Admission will require a bachelor's degree in another field and science prerequisites.
- These tests are the necessary economic prerequisites for membership of a successful currency union.
- In some instances there may be certain prerequisites that must be accomplished prior to submitting an entry.
- However, those nations must be prepared and there are prerequisites necessary to realizing this potential.
- The program might be full or the student may not have the necessary prerequisites.
- Yet, one of the basic prerequisites for management is to know both the limits of the organization and of oneself.
- There simply did not exist within Russia the objective economic prerequisites for so radical a transformation.
- He is trying to stabilize the situation and to create prerequisites for the continuation of the democratic process.
- Major issues appear to be the number of credits required, courses offered, and prerequisites.
- A secure job and a reliable partner who is also good parent material are considered essential prerequisites.
- The arguments for demanding formalities or other prerequisites to create contractual relations where none existed before are strong.
- These requirements are sometimes referred as functional prerequisites.
- Such experiments require at least two prerequisites.
- All three prerequisites must coincide for an injunction to be appropriate.
- There are certain parameters and prerequisites that must be followed and met before the humor can even begin to work.
- These basic prerequisites for conducting high quality research into complementary medicine would not have been in place several years ago.
- He strongly feels that songs and dances are the essential prerequisites of any Hindi film.
1(condition) sine qua nonshe lacks the prerequisite qualifications — no reúne los requisitos esenciales
- He didn't allow the man to have his prerequisite two cups of coffee after waking up.
- This will happen on occasion but only after you have reached a prerequisite level.
- All the prerequisite formalities were smoothly dealt with and battle was joined!
- I thought how many would actually go through with it if this was the prerequisite event.
- Her voice is adequate, if not remarkable, and all the prerequisite beats are in place.
- These agencies already have the prerequisite technical and executional skills.
- This was always the prerequisite act before a fight: you push your hat forward.
- I'm not sure that Andrew, who doesn't have the prerequisite surname at the end of his name, is actually a real person.
- Pupils then will have the prerequisite experiences to write the same kind of poem.
- A handful of states require prerequisite contact hours or extensive work histories.
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