In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1portavoz masculinovocero masculino América Latinaspokesman for sth — vocero de algo masculino
- He needed to be not just a spokesman, but a symbol.
- He presented himself as an honest and virtuous man, a spokesman for the outsiders in society.
- While the ‘obesity’ rate as characterized by government spokesmen has been increasing dramatically, the average life expectancy has done nothing but increase as well.
- As negotiations broke down, the need for planning resulted in the appointment of spokesmen.
- I have never offered myself as a spokesman or representative of any group, nor have I put myself into any ‘iconic role.’
- He has become one of the oil industry's most influential spokesmen on the touchy political issue of global warming.
- The spokesman's voice is distorted by the cheap amplification system.
- This, the music spokesmen argue, is tantamount to theft.
- Social reformers and labor spokesmen promoted ‘industrial democracy’ - extending workers an authentic voice on the shop floor - as a panacea.
- I heard the spokesman say: ‘We have isolated pockets where we are encountering problems.’
- He has gradually been emerging as a spokesman for peace, justice and sharing.
- Instead, the band became more accessible but no less accomplished, and shot to the top as the spokesmen for a new, laid back generation.
- His energetic film sports well over two dozen interviews with spokesmen from the industry and performers.
- He had been an influential spokesman of the left since the 1950s, but his reputation suffered greatly in the run-up to the winter of discontent.
- Indian spokesmen repeatedly reiterated the fact that their country was not going to develop nuclear weapons.
- Industry spokesmen blamed the crisis on shortages of investment capital and excessive labor costs.
- Shortly after bidding ended, spokesmen for the two groups announced that the house ownership was officially transferred to the National Trust.
- The owners or their spokesmen visit the farms to evict the tenants.
- Soon, he became the chief spokesman for the Palestinian cause in the United States.
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