In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1punto de vista masculinofrom his viewpoint — desde su punto de vista
- The administration seems indifferent to data, impervious to competing viewpoints and ideas.
- And the public does not quite understand his major viewpoints on public policies.
- In any event, the idea is not to homogenize viewpoints or cultural perspectives.
- Still, the opposing viewpoints on a separate Space Force warrant serious consideration.
- They pick candidates, they pick issues, they pick sort of world views based upon viewpoints.
- The conflict among the organizations' viewpoints rests in different perspectives of the case.
- It's a very strange doctrine that would silence only religiously grounded moral viewpoints.
- The story unfolds from multiple viewpoints and focuses on a number of key characters.
- It's not a widely recognised position but every so often he does explicitly express his viewpoint.
- We are going to try to include as many different viewpoints as our site grows.
- A start can be world viewpoints that people hold dear and strong in their hearts.
- Meanwhile, even extreme liberal viewpoints are promulgated as objective truth.
- We edit from the same perspective. We present the news of our world from the same viewpoints.
- You can look at it from a number of different viewpoints, in my view.
- Although I don't agree with his extreme right-wing viewpoints, he has the right to express them.
- Concerns and viewpoints on public works projects and issues within the four provinces were shared.
- We end up with a nasty battle of limited viewpoints each struggling to dominate the other.
- To conclude, we would like to view the reality of research from an administrative viewpoint.
- Provide room for all responsible viewpoints, even if they're outside the mainstream.
- This campaign will witness a stark battle of dueling strategic viewpoints.
- By contrast, viewpoints critical of the U.S. position have barely been heard.
- It was well worth the read from an imaginative and an intellectual viewpoint.
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