In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(difficulty)problema masculino(family/child) difícilheart/back problems — problemas de corazón/espalda
- before noun he has a drink problem — bebe demasiado
- he has a weight problem — tiene problemas con el peso
- she's got boyfriend problems — tiene problemas de amores
- we were faced with the problem of what to say to her — nos vimos enfrentados al problema de qué decirle
- I'm having problems deciding — me está costando decidirme
- any problems, just call me — si hay algún problema, llámame
- getting another ticket was no problem — no hubo ninguna dificultad / ningún problema para conseguir otra entrada
- no problem! — ¡no hay problema!
- this should present no problems for an experienced musician — esto no le debería ofrecer ninguna dificultad a un músico con experiencia
- what's the problem? — (what's the matter?) ¿qué pasa?
- that's their problem — es cosa suya
- money is not the problem — el problema no es el dinero
- your problem is that you're bone idle — lo que pasa es que eres un gandul
- problem case — caso problemático
- problem drinker — persona con problemas con el alcohol / la bebida
- problem drinking — problemas con el alcohol / la bebida
- problem page — consultorio — de problemas sentimentales etc de los lectores
- This is a good time to deal with earthy details, practical matters and health problems.
- Academy status gives schools greater freedom to tackle the problems associated with low performance.
- When constructed the roundabout will hopefully alleviate the difficult traffic problems experienced by motorists when exiting Ursuline Court.
- Workers have already been forced to look for other jobs due to financial and family problems.
- Thus Aer Lingus and its directors face serious technical problems from a company law perspective.
- But most experts believe the country's drug problem is likely to get a lot worse before it gets better.
- We are never going to solve environmental problems without also solving social justice problems.
- Many youth today are disillusioned and lack personal vision, which partially explains the drug problem plaguing many western countries.
- He also has been plagued by left hamstring problems.
- However, you do clearly have a problem dealing with stressful situations.
- The source of the country's problems is the lack of confidence in the governing process.
- To my knowledge it's the only commercial product in the world that actually has resolved that fundamental problem.
- He stressed that prison overcrowding was the main problem facing all prisons in the country.
- The mechanism of adaptation remains a fundamental unsolved problem in evolutionary biology.
- But the website seemed to be experiencing some technical teething problems.
- Although I'm very well off myself, I do unfortunately have a temporary cashflow problem at the moment.
- The Net poses intractable problems to the would-be lawmaker, or moral disciplinarian.
- Conversely, if the extrusion temperature is too high, two potential problems arise.
- And the sheer truth: the world's poverty problem is mainly due to unequal distribution of capitalism.
- As he points out, the new capitalist economy created social problems not previously faced in American society.
- Once all the technical problems solved, we start getting it down on tape.
- "The specialist thinks the groin problem stems from my back complaint.
- When there is too extensive a drain of Capital from a country, tremendous liquidity problems occur.
- Problems in geometry whose solutions he had shown privately to colleagues were detailed in the book
- The Greeks did not think of the problem as a problem in algebra but rather as a problem in geometry.
- Book One discusses his laws of motion then proceeds to a series of propositions, theorems and problems.
- This work attempted to solve the problem of constructing a line of the same length as an arc of a circle.
- He was intrigued by an elusive and tantalizing little problem in elementary geometry known as the butterfly problem.
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