In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(composition, organization)estructura femeninohe has good bone structure — tiene buenas facciones
- the company's career structure — la estructura del escalafón de la compañía
- tax structure — sistema impositivo
- In 1994 we collected larvae for genetic analysis to determine genetic structure among mature trees.
- It is known that any complex system has a certain structure with its intrinsic elements and interconnections.
- These are integral elements of a competitive structure.
- Egypt's military commander altered the command structure in the Sinai.
- These are the kind of plants that give structure to a border and which will improve over the years.
- The band challenged traditional song structures with odd arrangements and angular sounds.
- First, I am not aware that his party is proposing to change any element of the tax structure.
- Take advantage of long shadows and experiment with patterns of frost and rime on plants with structure.
- That arrangement completed the administrative structure of the Coast Guard as it exists today.
- I did write a structure plan for my essay, but that was it.
- At first sight it looked appalling, but I could see it had sound structure, fantastic quality of light and great potential.
- This year we completely changed our management structure.
- Since time and matter are limited, the resources to solve a problem or to build a complex structure are also limited.
- It is deeply rooted in the social relations and political structures of American capitalism.
- The structure usually consists of an author reading selected pieces of his or her work.
- Hydrogen bonding also plays an important role in determining the three-dimensional structures adopted by proteins and nucleic acids.
- Hence, there is a need to examine how this development informs today's complex narrative structures.
- The action of hormones and drugs is also dependent on the molecular three-dimensional structure of the target molecules.
- Anthony has brought a bit of structure and organisation and a bit of discipline to training.
- Out of these four basic elements the repayment structure of debt stands as the most important.
- The company's original structure appeared attractive because it provided access to some of the country's best medical researchers.
- Hierarchical power structures resulted in obstetricians defining the norms of clinical practice and hence which choices were possible.
- Why should the nature of technology available to a society determine its economic structure?
- We consider that the Council is wrong in its interpretation of the structure plan requirement for the following reasons.
2(thing constructed)construcción femenino
- The three-dimensional crystal structure of the channel is now known with high resolution.
- There were buildings up against the outer wall: small wooden structures with tile roofs.
- Not all historic structures are given listed building protection.
- Coatings also help to ensure that major structures like bridges, buildings and industrial plants are built to last.
- There are many other structures associated with cells in addition to the cell membrane.
- The initial protein configuration was again taken from the x-ray crystal structure.
- At the center of the town square his eye caught a magnificent structure, a church with massive stained glass windows.
- Nucleosomal arrays are further folded and compacted to form higher order chromatin structures.
- He enjoyed a reputation for building tall elegant masonry structures such as church towers and spires.
- A structure built into the tower was in front of me, as Kenshin opened the glass doors for me.
- We have concentrated our research on structures composed of arrays of nanoparticles and films of silver and gold.
- We also observed double helical structures formed by two fibers.
- He said the balance of the money that was unspent was earmarked for building new hospital structures.
- I was awed by the amount of labor that went into building such a magnificent structure.
- These essentially tubular structures are constructed from an epithelial cell monolayer.
- All the structures and buildings can be placed only on a specially terraformed layer.
- Building this huge concrete structure required the construction team to undergo a similar change of mind.
- The chief targets have been any structures associated with the Prophet Muhammad.
- Would an architect assemble a structure without a good foundation?
- Two courtyards sunk into the building's roof structure allow light to penetrate deep into the building.
- Storing them on high buildings rather than scaffold structures to reduce visibility is also advised.
1(argument/speech/novel) estructuraryou have to learn to structure your time — tienes que aprender a organizarte el tiempo
- Most scholars date the beginning of Judaism as an organised and structured religion to this time.
- In that book, Eisler identifies a continuum of patterns for structuring relations.
- The games are structured as combat sport events, involving physical challenge and risk.
- Women caught in the web of structuring a career have to think a lot before deciding to go ahead and have a baby.
- They also want answers about precisely how the trusts were structured and who were their true architects.
- Parents in turn should realise that these little ones need a highly structured home life in order to feel secure.
- There are obviously a hundred ways of structuring an exhibition on Africa.
- They're systematizing their fantasy lives, and thereby structuring their subjective worlds.
- I can understand these things perfectly well but I don't have any way of structuring them using words.
- We're playing quite a long show and it's important that it is structured properly.
- Now, we believe in the sustainability of our system and adequately funding and structuring it.
- The basic format of the game would be structured in such a way that you can choose where to go, and which crimes to fight.
- A wine technologist showed her the essentials of blending and structuring the wines.
- Ironically, structuring your day in this manner should actually give you more freedom.
- Finding the right formulae for structuring ownership and rewards will not be difficult once the right team is in place.
- Finally I was going to tell him, after a whole day of structuring my speech together, I was going to tell it to his face.
- Panday has never believed in structuring a party, or, for that matter, his union.
- Like the title suggests, the game was structured around the decathlon competition.
- The play is a syllogism, and, to function perfectly, it must be structured perfectly.
- We work in routine service industry jobs structured by low pay with shift patterns dictated by childcare.
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