In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(conversation/visit/meeting) prolongar(visit/meeting/conversation) alargar(meeting/conversation/visit) extender(suspense) prolongarto prolong sb's life — prolongarle / alargarle la vida a algn
- Furthermore, advances in technology that needlessly prolong dying can be a threat to human dignity.
- Ice saline lavage does not serve a useful purpose and may prolong bleeding.
- When does medical care merely prolong a person's dying time?
- Magdalene had made it clear that she wanted everything done to prolong her survival.
- Yet, for many people, science has artificially prolonged the dying process.
- This prolongs its life span and increases the duration of its procoagulant function.
- Saying you're really busy for the next while only prolongs the agony.
- The idea of prolonging our lives may not be so appealing if we feel miserable and isolated.
- In fact, only a delay, which occurred last fall, has prolonged the continued debate.
- The addition of a vasoconstrictor, such as epinephrine, constricts blood vessels and reduces vascular uptake, which further prolongs the duration of the anesthetic.
- Many very interesting issues have been raised, and I think that we could prolong this debate for a long time.
- Hypothermia impairs the metabolism of drugs, prolonging the duration of some pharmacologic effects.
- Thus, the agony for Walker may have been needlessly prolonged.
- Moreover, given the fact that dishonesty in enterprises increases transaction costs and prolongs the business cycle, the economic development of the country will eventually be stifled.
- Thus a diver may be tempted to prolong underwater duration by prior hyperventilation in order to wash out as much carbon dioxide as possible.
- This discovery increases and prolongs the bacterial killing power of chlorine bleach.
- The latter is known to be due to the fact that hypocalcemia prolongs the duration of phase two of the action potential of cardiac muscle.
- If so, it won't save the dollar, only prolong the agony.
- The authorities are unnecessarily prolonging the construction by doing the work in phases, he alleged.
- Although this probably does prolong the duration of remission, it is unclear if it confers a survival benefit.
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