In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(secondary)(role/interest) secundariosubsidiary company — empresa filial femenino
- subsidiary subject — materia complementaria
- All other human faculties or needs are made subsidiary to this power.
- Aborigines and other non-European Australians are subsidiary to Ward's analysis.
- The goals of healthcare policy are in danger of becoming subsidiary to those of the pharmaceutical industry.
- However, it was incidental or subsidiary to the primary purpose of the journey, which he held for each man was to go to the football match in Bolton.
- She even accepted that her existence as Sarah, whilst remaining valid, was subsidiary to that task.
- It is in these circumstances that state responsibility retains an important subsidiary role.
- Programming is subsidiary to the advertisements that pay for it.
- New York Life reorganised all its investment management business operations under a separate subsidiary to integrate all related functions within its group.
- For them, a person's right to life is clearly subsidiary to the maintenance of judicial power and the idea of procedural justice.
- At the same time, he performed an important subsidiary function by carrying news of Jewish affairs to widely separated Jewish communities.
- Yet such details are always subsidiary to the sensual and emotional lives of her strong female characters.
- Everything else is subsidiary to maximising the retirement income of Australians.
- Roads serving these centres were subsidiary to the main network.
- It is an associated issue, which is clearly subsidiary to the main point that is raised in relation to the relationship evidence.
- But on any view of the allegations, taken at their highest, the role of the second applicant is regarded as significantly subsidiary to that of the first.
- For the continental fossil record, such parameters and their evolution through time cannot be seen as a simple linear series of factors subsidiary to sea-level changes.
- But these pleasures are subsidiary to those afforded by James's sensibility, which transforms the squalor and pettiness of crime into the grandeur of desolation.
- In this exhibition the parts are subsidiary to the whole - you aren't expected so much to stop and reflect on each work; each work is instead an example of a broader theme.
- However, in most situations the effects of soil are subsidiary to those of climate, vine variety, and vine management.
- It is sort of subsidiary to the question of probability.
2(supplementary)(income) adicional(income) extra(loan/payment) subsidiario
- In recent years, the Fiat group has been making large investments in Maserati, which it controls through its Ferrari subsidiary.
- Hilton's management agreement is with Walls Leisure Limited, a subsidiary of PJ Walls Holdings.
- These individuals are usually not recruited on the open market but are sent from subcontractors and subsidiaries.
- The United States now imposes certain firewalls on bank holding companies and their subsidiaries.
- Multiline Agencies is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Multiline Holdings.
- Hedlund's model involves the extreme extension of operating autonomy to business units in a group whether they are branch offices or subsidiaries.
- These are the interests of minority shareholders in subsidiaries of the group.
- The figures were supplied to The Sunday Business Post by Bupa, the Irish subsidiary of British health insurer Bupa.
- As a result of the reorganization, Pegasus Satellite will become a direct subsidiary of the new holding company.
- The Czech scientists allowed the licenses to be transferred to Alpenstock Holdings, a subsidiary of Alltracel.
- In the case of subsidiaries of large corporations, the holding company may require its subsidiaries to obtain its purchases from within the group.
- Bank of Ireland is one of Elan's principal bankers and its broking subsidiary, J & E Davy, is the company's broker.
- The group is the UK subsidiary of McInerney Holdings plc which was established in Ireland in 1909.
- The lands at Balgaddy are owned by Everglade Properties, a subsidiary of Treasury Holdings.
- This is intended to garner tax from foreign subsidiaries of the holding company domiciled in their respective countries.
- Most public companies have a holding company and subsidiaries.
- According to Fortune, about 88 per cent of the operation was bought by the holding company through a Dutch subsidiary.
- Exports of joint ventures or subsidiaries of overseas companies are also on the rise.
- It has 14 stores and is a subsidiary of Grafton Group plc.
- The machinery at main branch on Cairo road was swept away by bailiffs to recover money owed to Luscold, a subsidiary of the Galaun holdings.
2BritanicoUniversidadasignatura complementaria que forma parte de un programa universitario
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