In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- It is doubtful that trade suspension by Japan will lead to North Korea's collapse or deal it a severe blow, forcing it to yield and change its policy.
- The Embassy bombing touched off storms of protests from China and led to suspension of almost all military contacts and planned visits.
- There are many other risks of business interruption and suspension that cannot be transferred to an insurance company.
- Serious and systemic human rights violations of the type that may lead to suspension of aid or trade will not change overnight.
- The formal suspension of the action led to the resumption of talks with the government in a further attempt to impose a settlement in the 15-month dispute.
1.2(deferment)aplazamiento masculinopostergación femenino América Latina
2(banning, withdrawal)suspensión femeninofemenino expulsión temporariafemenino suspensión América Latinasuspension from duty — separación del cargo femenino
3(hanging, being hung)suspensión femeninoto hang in suspension in mid-air — estar suspendido en el aire
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