In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(sort, kind)tipo masculinosuitable for all skin types / all types of skin — apropiado para todo tipo de pieles / pieles de todo tipo
- (in descriptions, definitions) it's a type of … — es una especie de …
- a Marilyn Monroe type voice — una voz tipo Marilyn Monroe / del tipo de la de Marilyn Monroe
- it's not my type of book — no es el tipo / la clase de libro que me gusta
- he's not that type of person — no es (de) ese tipo / esa clase de persona
- he's all right, but he's not my type — no está mal, pero no es mi tipo (de hombre)
- I know his type — conozco a los de su calaña
- he's the jealous type — es del tipo de hombre celoso
- This type of cancer is common in men but there is an increasing incidence of women sufferers in Ireland.
- The tips are the same type of common sense platitudinous advice that columnists dispense on a regular basis.
- With the information you have given me, I can only give you the common types of rashes in her age group.
- A common type of invisible bra consists of two cups made of thick silicone sheets with an adhesive inner layer.
- The most common types of sports injuries are sprains and strains.
- The N-Profiles are the most common types and the easiest to treat.
- Counterfeiting is one of the most common types of card fraud.
- Rates for at least six common types of cancer, country by country, correlate with the consumption of animal source food.
- The following are some of the most common types of media and their characteristics.
- The most common types are the blacksmith plover, kittlitz's plover and spur-winged plover.
- To point the way, they suggest four designs geared to the most common types of laneway lots.
- First we'll run down the basic differences between the more common types of beer.
- I think the common explanation for these types of addictions is that they are an ‘escape’ from a miserable life.
- Nutritionists and fitness gurus have created an entire lexicon based on fruits to describe common body types.
- The three most common types of conjunctivitis are: viral, allergic and bacterial.
- The commonest type of trichome is uniseriate, two to four-celled, with a clavate or subclavate terminal cell.
- Now a test for detecting cancer very early by picking out cells sensitised against tumour and antigens common to all types of cancer, has been developed.
- Classed as a primitive breed, they bear little resemblance to more common types of sheep with thick white fleeces.
- There are also other, less common types of seizure.
- Three types of sharks are common in the area: the sand tiger shark, bull shark and scalloped hammerhead.
1.2(typical example) tipo masculino(typical example) ejemplo típico masculino(stereotype) estereotipo masculinoto revert to type — sufrir una regresión / reversión al tipo original
- he was nice to me for a while, but soon reverted to type — por un rato fue agradable conmigo, pero pronto volvió a ser el de siempre
- The style of winemaking is very much in the big and bold French Bordeaux type.
(characters)tipo (de imprenta) masculinoin large/small type — en caracteres grandes/pequeños
- it depends on the type — depende del tipo (de imprenta)
- it's italic type — está en bastardilla / cursiva
- He has adopted the usual practice on page 57 of using bold type, separating out the order that he is making.
- It's not often that an author is prompted to make a statement in bold type to correct what he sees as a gross misunderstanding.
- Those positions located in the catalytic core of the ribozyme are shown in italicized boldface type.
- Parameters to which the model is sensitive are in bold type.
- Also important is the relationship between room size and video display screen size and type.
- Predictions of exceptionally high tides are given in bold type.
- As if to emphasise the point, the report prints the comment in bold type.
- Headings in bold type naturally lead the eye to the photo captions contained within the body of the text.
- Each religion is announced in bold type followed by a paragraph or two of elementary explanation.
- She turned her attention to a stack of home health orders, with type so small she could hardly read it.
- This message appeared in bold type across the front of a postcard sent by my sister in 1989, when my husband and I bought our first home.
- Such themes are all clearly presented in the body of the commentary and helpfully emphasised in bold type.
- She quickly opened the folder and flicked through some of the pages, her eyes skimming over the bold type.
- Certain characteristics distinguish one type of print from another.
- Loci of noncoding markers that have possible codominant alleles are in boldface italic type.
- Lesson One in printing on cheap newsprint is surely never to print black type over a highly coloured background.
- I have used bold type to indicate any item or portion thereof that has been revised.
- It consists of the title and not more than three sentences presented in bold type which is larger than some of the section titles.
- Later, the sign was replaced by a new one, just as lavish, on which the message was printed in larger type.
- It suggests that exact quantities should be printed clearly in larger type on the front of packages and should be easily understood.
- The final paragraph of the letter, printed in bold type, made it very clear what would happen if they didn't accept.
(blocks)tipos (de imprenta) masculinoto set sth up in type — componer algo
- As with the Bixler pieces, printer's type was used to impress an inscription around the rim.
- The inscriptions were created by pressing printer's type into the clay before it hardened.
1escribir a máquinatipear América del Surcould you type this for me? — ¿me puedes pasar / escribir esto a máquina?
- 150 typed pages — 150 páginas (escritas) a máquina / mecanografiadas
1escribir a máquinatipear América del Sur
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