In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Informáticatrabajo en tiempo compartido masculino(system) (before noun) de tiempo compartido
- It's a modern version of computer time-sharing.
- It is available with up to six fiber outputs for energy and time-sharing with a pulsed-on-demand operation.
2(of a holiday home)multipropiedad femeninotiempo compartido masculino
- Anyone considering fractional ownership should visit the web sites devoted to time-sharing.
- My encounter offers a lesson about other high-pressure sales such as time-sharing, multi-level marketing and some life insurance and bank products.
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