In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Fisiologíapulso masculinoI could feel my pulse racing — sentía que el corazón me latía muy rápido
- before noun pulse beat — ritmo cardíaco
- He then described how he pulled her out of the bath and laid her on the floor before checking her wrist and neck for a pulse, but found none.
- He can breathe, and has a pulse and blood pressure.
- Seytie watched the weak pulse on his muscular neck and placed a hand on it, wishing him strength.
- He lay completely still, not breathing, and when Alethea had felt his wrist for a pulse, she found one, but it was very faint.
- I was bitten in bed, Sunday morning, once on each of the pulse points on my wrists.
- I'm not going to get any older and I don't have a pulse or blood pressure.
- Cardiopulmonary resuscitation was performed, with restoration of a pulse at 50 bpm but no blood pressure.
- When she checked her pulse on her neck and wrist she found nothing.
- According to traditional Chinese medicine, there are six pulses in each wrist, which make up the 12 meridians in the body.
- If the pulse stops or blood pressure gets too high, it sends out a signal to medical services, letting them know what the problem is and how to get to the wearer.
- A migraine history or stroke-like disease or absent neck pulses suggested central nervous system disease.
- If your doctor has told you that you have a narrowed carotid artery, check your pulse at your wrist.
- Cassandra nodded and knelt by his side, gently turning his head and placing her hand at the pulse point on his neck.
- She could see the blood in his pulse just near his neck.
- She then placed her fingers on Hunter's neck to find his pulse point.
- First he checks the pulse of my left wrist, then the pulse from my right wrist.
- The pulse in her wrists and hands were throbbing.
2(throbbing)cadencia femeninoritmo masculino
3Físicapulsación femeninoimpulso masculino
- An experiment appearing in the 9 July PRL uses some of the world's shortest pulses of x-ray light to watch an oxygen molecule flip on a platinum surface.
- Digital cell phones send out compressed information through microwave pulses of electromagnetic radiation.
- By precisely controlling the intensity, wavelength and duration of extremely short pulses of light, we can manipulate electronic processes at the atomic level.
- Although short pulses of radio waves briefly disturb this spin alignment, the spins promptly realign in the direction of the magnetic field.
- A pulse of radio waves then rearranges them, creating a signal that is passed to a computer, producing an image.
- The bubble expanded and then collapsed like one created by acoustic waves, emitting a pulse of light.
- The shorter pulse wave forms, such as microwaves, are far more effective against electronic equipment and more difficult to harden against.
- Now a team has found that extremely brief light pulses reflect strongly in one direction from single, miniscule water droplets, by generating an intense plasma within the drop.
- If you use an ultrashort pulse of laser light instead of white light, the pulse will also break up, shedding smaller bits called precursors as it goes.
- The technique uses extremely short pulses of intense laser light to focus energy in a very small volume.
- As the sonographer moves the transducer back and forth over your skin, crystals inside of the transducer emit pulses of sound waves that travel into your body.
- The researchers used laser pulses to produce a wave packet that contained the outer electron of a lithium atom and traveled around the nucleus on an elongated elliptical orbit.
- Once per cycle, at the Rayleigh collapse, the bubble emits a short pulse of light that typically lasts 100-300 ps.
- Radar works by emitting pulses of electromagnetic waves toward a target and detecting a small portion of those waves that are reflected back to the receiving antenna.
- A billboard in Como, Italy, illustrates the spectrum of a pulse of light as it leaves a crystal where the speed of a light wave depends on its intensity.
- Pulses of scattered light and fluorescence are collected and converted to electric current pulses by optical sensors and classified.
- A short pulse or wave of electromagnetic radiation is transmitted from the system into the ground.
- But instead of bouncing radio waves off its target, it uses short pulses of laser light to detect tiny particles, gases, or molecules in the atmosphere.
- Physicists have used ultrashort pulses of light to control the motion of electrons ejected from molecules and to produce electron beams just a few nanometres in length.
- During the course of the laser pulse, the electric field of the light wave oscillates about a dozen times.
1(heart/blood vessel) latirthe beam pulsed twice a second — el rayo emitía dos pulsaciones por segundo
- Her blood pulsed quickly, throbbing waves rushing against the sand, salt burning into her wounds as she tried to escape the thoughts, tried to block them out…
- It's a Dali-esque canvas or imagist poem on celluloid - but meaning what? - which pulses with claustrophobia, panic, eroticism and despair.
- To him, life was pulsing with tragedy and passion.
- I get words and nonsense phrases more often than anything else, pacing alongside me, kicking up the dust, rhythmic and pulsing, forming in groups, setting up rhymes, trying to turn into poems.
- The Giant Pacific Octopus is a nightmare of curling limbs and pulsing, translucent flesh.
- Excitement and awe of wonderful, magical things pulsing through me as I pushed through the crowd standing in front of Simpson's and Eaton's.
- The exhaust-smeared stones pulsed and rippled with life, warm and vital as a stroked animal.
- Her skin was pale grey and her veins pulsed, red and blue, easily visible.
- The result is a world constantly in motion, both the background of buildings and trees, and people themselves, all gently oscillating, pulsing, and vibrating.
- Quinn stood for a moment; a little muscle pulsed on his jaw.
- She felt a steady thumping and Cain's hand seemed to pulse with each thump.
- Hours after watching the film, I can close my eyes and see those incredible battle scenes pulsing and throbbing in my skull.
- Each person needs between 700 and 900 shots of laser light, which feels like a little jet of hot water pulsing against the skin for a fraction of a second.
- The darker egg, however, was pulsing and throbbing, showing signs of life.
- To me, they are places pulsing with passion and life.
- His head was killing him, throbbing, pulsing, and giving him a sort of headache he'd never before experienced.
- In the sudden silence my ear drums continue to pulse, as if the barrage of sound jolted them still.
- Primal roots in the drum beats of ancient time now pulsing into this weird new world we all must face, one way or the other.
- Mascara all worn away by this point, trance pulsing to take the edge off things… Sigh.
- We're talking about the aching, pulsing, throbbing pain of headaches.
1(como los garbanzos, las lentejas etc) legumbre femenino
- Once there, we must negotiate our way through the endless stalls of second-hand clothes, shoes and belts to discover the hot red, orange and yellow curry powders and the earthy tones of coffee beans, pulses and tea.
- Now, new research suggests that a diet high in fruits and vegetables, including spinach, beans and pulses, olive oil and fish helps in the treatment of the joint condition rheumatoid arthritis too.
- The list of crops affected by the delayed monsoon is long, and oilseeds, coarse cereals and pulses top it.
- Certain foods may cause excess wind, including pulses (peas, beans etc), dried fruit and peanuts.
- Sometimes, the disease is more severe and the patient develops lethargy, cold extremities, poor pulses and low blood pressure.
- They will also help to widen the food security basket through inclusion of local grains like millets, pulses, oilseeds and tubers.
- Now the farm has dairy and beef cattle, veal calves, pigs and sheep as well as cereal crops, pulses and vegetables.
- Biomass losses from pulses of heavy canopy tree mortality may have consequences for ecosystem resilience.
- The great thing about this light, warm salad is the sharp contrast of flavour and texture; the nutty lentils with the fresh green peas, the earthy pulses and the sharpness of the lime.
- Instead, eat more foods that release sugar into the bloodstream slowly: wholewheat and wholegrain foods, brown rice, pulses and legumes, fresh fruit and vegetables.
- For this purpose, all farm families should agree to grow only low water requiring but high value crops like pulses and oilseeds.
- The second is green manuring, which can be done with 20 plants, including cereals, pulses, oilseeds and spices.
- Magnesium-rich foods that may help to build bone include green leafy vegetables, nuts, seeds, beans and pulses.
- The remaining half consists of mixed pulses - the edible seeds of pod plants - and seeds which are germinated before use.
- Eggs, beans, pulses and lentils are also part of a healthy diet, but you don't have to eat these every day.
- Yet today the land yields respectable if not bumper crops of wheat, pulses and vegetables, and some migrants have returned.
- Farmers would increase production of field crops and the mix would change with a shift from feed grains to milling cereals, oilseeds and pulses.
- Used as a dried pulse, mung beans need no soaking, cook relatively quickly, have a good flavour, and are easily digestible: a collection of merits which few other legumes can match.
- The production of crops such as pulses and oilseeds has improved considerably.
- Other sources of fibre are wholegrain cereal, wholemeal bread and pasta, brown rice and pulses such as beans and lentils.
- The chief staple crops include a variety of grains, such as teff, wheat, barley, corn, sorghum, and millet; coffee; pulses; and oilseed.
- As a rule, beans and pulses are nutritious foods, and research published just last month suggests that eating more of them reduces the risk of heart disease.
- Legumes, pulses, bean curd (soya paneer), rice, cereals and potatoes contribute to vegetarians' low body fat.
- As part of the Lenten season and when rice eventually became a staple in people's diet, vegetables, pulses, and dry cod were added to the mix.
- The main crops in the momentum toward optimum self-sufficiency include roots and tubers, pulses, fruit, leafy vegetables and condiments.
- Legal exports include timber, rice, beans and pulses, fish, garments, precious stones, and rice.
- Foods rich in vital minerals such as calcium, magnesium and silicon can also relieve symptoms, so include green vegetables, seeds, pulses, fish, brown rice and bananas in your diet.
- Protein foods, such as lentils, pulses and meat are recommended, though meat from animals that have been raised in their natural habitat is best.
- Lentils are one of the most underused pulses - true, they need a bit of spicing up, but they are beautifully robust in flavour.
- The genetic diversity needed to sustain healthy food crops in the future, is contained today in the wild relatives of our cereals, pulses, fruit and vegetables.
- Nutrient pulses can induce blooms of nuisance phytoplankton, especially in lakes that have been heavily impacted by humans.
- Sugarcane, tobacco, and cotton are grown as cash crops, in addition to chilies, oilseeds, and pulses (legumes).
- Eating plenty of magnesium - rich foods such as green leafy vegetables, beans, pulses and nuts may help to ensure adequate intake of this nutrient.
- Try to resist the temptation to top up your blood sugar levels with chocolate and keep your diet light, choosing lightly-cooked or steamed vegetables and fish, nuts, seeds, pulses and brown rice.
- Usually the finds of grape remains form a very small proportion of the total botanical material recovered, the bulk of which is usually the seeds of annual crops such as cereals, pulses, and oilseeds.
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