In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1propulsión femeninojet propulsion — propulsión a chorro
- In the fast ferry industry the water jet is becoming the predominant propulsion of choice.
- Contributors to the collection address these metaphors of propulsion and seizure.
- They feed by day and by night, and forage by swimming underwater, using their wings for propulsion.
- There are, though, two half-hearted subplots which give some vague sense of propulsion.
- This is obviously beneficial, given that more propulsion helps us to move forwards.
- With more effort my propulsion through the water increased, although I still used my hands for balance.
- The units will provide auxiliary power to the vehicles and will not be used for propulsion.
- This kick has more forward propulsion and causes the hips to rise, just like in butterfly.
- All sea snakes have flattened compressed paddle-like tails for propulsion in water.
- I flew downward but with a burst of propulsion I was able to stop my descent.
- The latter ended up drifting without navigation or propulsion for two hours.
- It will be the first European probe using electric propulsion.
- Kitesurfing involves riding a small board over water while gaining propulsion from the wind by means of a large kite.
- Learning how to minimise drag has a far greater impact than maximising propulsion.
- As the name implies, it is a hovercraft type of vehicle with motorcycle steering and propulsion.
- In electric traction, the first inventions for propulsion of vehicles were by battery-stored power.
- The propulsion and power systems are controlled from the Machinery Control Room.
- An aeroplane requires a set of wings for lift, wing flaps and rear rudder for control and engines for propulsion.
- I was happy that the wrecks of Champion and Iona were still there, giving divers the chance to see a method of propulsion that is now almost extinct.
- Because he found it harder to gain purchase with his feet, he was using his knees for propulsion, rubbing them red in the process.
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