In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(recommence)(negotiations/hostilities) reanudarthe police have decided to reopen the case — la policía ha decidido reabrir / volver a abrir el caso
- The ability to reopen proceedings after the ordinary appeal process has been concluded can also create injustice.
- Normal settling of your house opens new entry routes and reopens old ones.
- Crozier Field was finally reopened for business last Saturday with the official open day.
- India's fear that substantive negotiations will reopen the state's accession to India is unreal.
- Most Londoners resent attempts to repair it and support the idea of reopening it.
- I think having a cinema will mean that kids can go somewhere in the evening and it might guilt the council into reopening the ice rink.
- He therefore saw no justification to reopen the proceeding before him.
- The defendants were directed to bring a motion to reopen the trial.
- Organised by the Energy Research Centre, the conference comes just as Britain reopens the debate of whether to expand Britain's nuclear power capacity.
- The matter has now been reopened to cover more of the alleged homophobes.
- The White House today was reopened for the very first time to tours, public tours.
- By mid-November, once the newly paved road has fully hardened, it will be reopened to bus traffic.
- He wanted to assure the public that by reopening this building there is to danger to anyone in the area being affected by anthrax.
- Monck reopened negotiations with Charles II, effected his restoration, and met him on the beach at Dover.
- He is a strong advocate for reopening Aranda House as a youth refuge, but says his appeals to the NT Government are falling on deaf ears.
- Only when the main roads are reopened does the traffic become normal.
- There are competing interests seen in a motion to reopen the trial.
- In its last pitch it made a desperate bid to reopen the trial, calling new witnesses, and this was of course refused.
- They asked him to reopen his bank and cash their cheque.
- Perhaps he was simply reluctant to reopen a debate that came to define, if not paralyse, much of his second term.
2(for public use)(road/store/bridge) volver a abrirthey are trying to reopen lines of communication with the area — están tratando de reestablecer las comunicaciones con la zona
3(physically)(book/window/eyes) volver a abrir
2(for public use)(store/school/hospital) abrir de nuevo (sus puertas)
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