In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(subordinate)(matter) de interés secundario(road) secundariosecondary stress / accent — acento secundario masculino
- that's of secondary importance — eso es de importancia secundaria
- to be secondary to sth — ser de menor importancia que algo
- But, important as it was, it was still secondary to Johnny's primary concern and that was people.
- In the parts related to these subjects of the study, again, mostly secondary sources were used.
- Most of the speakers felt that men had always treated women as secondary beings.
- We were doing our best, but our role was becoming distinctly secondary.
- The consequence is that secondary bacterial infection is quite common in diseased skin.
- Ownership is important, but it's secondary to generating competition.
- There is no doubt that secondary endosymbiosis involves a complicated series of events.
- Variables such as artist, condition and rarity are secondary in importance.
- Frequently, sequestration is discovered when a patient develops symptoms that are usually secondary to infection or associated cardiac disease.
- But it seems inexplicable that he used so few primary as well as secondary materials.
- The villain is so lacking in character or interest that he seems secondary.
- The vascular lesions are probably secondary to chronic inflammation and fibrosis in the adjacent lung.
- The authors conclude that secondary prevention of stroke requires dietary, smoking, medical and, possibly, surgical intervention.
- Providing humanitarian aid was secondary to supporting combat operations.
- In some senses, the race is secondary to the social importance of this event.
- As the centuries passed, personal loyalty and service became almost secondary to the acquisition of property.
- Similarly, texts have a secondary importance - the primary mode of transmission of knowledge is oral.
- To maintain growth Ryanair will need to continue seeking out new routes to new secondary airports.
- Each group or person has individual goals - but in a partnership, they have to be secondary to the primary joint goal.
- The plot seems almost secondary to the idea of being offbeat.
1.2(not primary, original)(source) de segunda mano(effect/infection) secundario(tumor) secundario(tumor) metastásico(industry) secundario(strike/action/picketing) de solidaridad(picketing/strike/action) de apoyo
- It's broadly the same way a power transformer works, with a primary coil generating a current in a secondary coil, the difference between the number of loops in each coil governing the change to the voltage.
- The reverse polarity creates a peak current about twice as high as the six amps of coil current on the primary side, and a higher peak-to-peak current on the secondary side.
- The burst in current causes a change in voltage in the secondary coil, which in turn causes a change in voltage in the feedback coil.
- Apply the ac voltage to the primary winding and expect output voltage at the secondary side.
- The alternating flux in the core in turn induces an alternating current in each of the secondary coils.
2Escuela(teacher/pupils) de enseñanza secundariasecondary education — enseñanza secundaria femenino
- Very few teachers, especially in secondary schools, were funded to develop new curricula for themselves using computers.
- All four colleges provided training for secondary school teachers on integrated academic curricula.
- Louis studied at the Lyceé Janson de Sailly in Paris completing his secondary school education in 1909.
- Mr Curtis said he hoped to take a primary school teacher and a secondary school science head teacher with him on his trip, which could be in May.
- I teach them for eight years before they go to boarding school to complete their secondary education.
- At least for secondary school teachers, you could crowd all the education stuff that you need on lesson planning and discipline into one class.
- The new secondary school will open in September.
- The pointillist painting method can be adapted to all levels of elementary and secondary art education.
- Many students drop out of secondary education or university.
- No, I spent primary school and my secondary education in a State school.
- Primary education lasts until the age of eleven, followed by secondary education.
- As the Secretary of State for Education embarks on secondary curriculum revision, can we hope he will seize a tide?
- I did my secondary education at Chibi High School, a boarding school.
- After I felt that my mission had drawn to a close, I was assigned to teach physical education to Taiwanese secondary school students.
- Alexandra College in Milltown, Dublin, offers kindergarten, junior and secondary level education for girls.
- All but two students had received secondary school education in the United Kingdom.
- Such a system is needed to make post secondary education more accessible.
- In our work as secondary English educators, we know we should routinely consider the literacy practices that best meet the needs of our students.
- The Schools Minister added that a new secondary school will be built in Swindon by 2011.
- About 90 percent of students who finish elementary school continue their education at the secondary level.
- Recommended course series for early childhood educators, elementary educators, and secondary educators have been designed.
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