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(mine/room) ventilarwell/badly ventilated — bien/mal ventilado
- Flammable liquids should be kept in approved metal containers in a well ventilated location.
- Your average busy bar accommodates a couple of hundred people in an enclosed and poorly ventilated area.
- The building was evacuated as two teams of two fire fighters entered the building to clear up the spillage and ventilate the factory.
- Each room is ventilated separately from the other toilet rooms.
- All three office buildings were mechanically ventilated without humidification.
- In the meantime we are advising schools to ensure rooms are ventilated.
- Remember to use any sprays or chemicals in a place that is well ventilated.
- In conventionally ventilated rooms, bacterial counts were consistently high and were not significantly influenced by OR attire.
- In damp, warm, poorly ventilated areas, surface mold often develops on wooden parts of buildings.
- Never use any paint stripper in a poorly ventilated area.
- The naturally ventilated buildings are adjacent to several busy streets in a commercial zone.
- When working with contact cement, make sure your work area is well ventilated.
- The building is entirely naturally ventilated, with fabric, structure and skin tuned to control the internal environment.
- Once the 800 degrees was reached, the building would be ventilated.
- They also had to smash a number of windows in the chapel to ventilate the building.
- Every part of the living area is properly ventilated, with each room given a huge opening that enhances a sense of spaciousness.
- Their laboratory was three mechanically ventilated office buildings.
- The control group was maintained in a similar chamber ventilated with filtered air.
- Eighty percent of the building is naturally ventilated.
- As a payment he got my old gas fire, for which my front room is not adequately ventilated.
1.2(blood/lungs) ventilarartificially ventilated — con respiración asistida
- Animals were ventilated intermittently to peak pressure at a respiratory rate of 20 breaths per minute.
- Initially the lungs had to be ventilated artificially.
- In Brazil, 55 % of patients mechanically ventilated for acute lung injury died.
- Each animal was artificially ventilated, and the mechanical respiratory properties of the mouse were measured.
- A sterile, second airway is needed in this instance to ventilate the lung.
2(argument/subject) ventilar(subject/argument) airear
- It is not as if the issue had not been ventilated in the evidence, it was that counsel was stopped from addressing on that issue.
- The issue needs to be ventilated, but it takes a lot more than holding a summit.
- I will not read it out, but it is the question which has been ventilated today.
- By the same token, my friend would be able to ventilate all issues that pertain to the merits of the proposed amendment.
- Her erstwhile colleagues in Cabinet report that Ms Short was never timid about ventilating her opinions.
- The question was well and truly ventilated that there was, in fact, a loss and it was up to his Honour to quantify it.
- It sounds as if this issue has not really ever yet been fully ventilated and decided in the way in which you have described it to me.
- Your Honours, neither of the points my friend has sought to ventilate in this Court were raised before the Court of Criminal Appeal at all.
- And I think there are a couple of issues that really deserve to be fully ventilated.
- Our submission is that it was just never ventilated, it was never discussed.
- A lot of opinion has certainly been ventilated this week on the working practices of the travel industry.
- The matter I was about to raise is that the question of whether the bargain was fair was not ventilated except in this way.
- Over the next few days I plan to really ventilate the issue, to open up for discussion and so on.
- There remains only one matter, your Honour, which we did ventilate on the last occasion.
- It is also a remedy in public law for safeguarding public law rights and for ventilating public law issues.
- Many of the main allegations have been well ventilated already but that did not take away from their impact.
- Because of the brief way it was led and the way it was thus cross-examined, that issue was not ventilated at any length.
- Well, in our submission, your Honour, they choose to have this issue ventilated at the highest level.
- So that issue and the facts which would underpin that issue were never ventilated in the Tribunal.
- ‘We are aware that the issue has been ventilated by an e-mail campaign,’ his spokeswoman said.
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