In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(grant)accederto accede to sth — suscribir algo formal
- Most people accede to the request for the interview to be tape-recorded, though it is not uncommon for a small number to refuse.
- And it's not as if every pub will apply for a 24 hr license - there's not the demand, let alone the desire of the local council to accede to the request.
- It is also this that has allowed us to accede to the request to accept President Aristide on to our shores.
- The courts have upheld the rights of companies to refuse to accede to the requests of health authorities to fluoridate water.
- And the noises coming from Dublin suggest that - given a new UN amendment - we might accede to a request for a contingent of Irish troops to be part of this international force.
- The decision on a 10-6 vote came just five days after the same committee agreed unanimously not to accede to Mr Dempsey's request to change the format of the ministerial session.
- But Mr Hoon last week signalled that the UK was set to accede to America's request - even if the so-called bullet-hitting-a-bullet technology of anti-missile defence is not yet proven.
- However this leaves physicians in a difficult situation, since if they accede to a request from a patient to cease routine treatment, or to help her to die, they may very well under present laws, be charged with manslaughter.
- The housing authority has, however, a discretion to accede to the request.
- When we refused to accede to these demands, they eventually said they'd supply the beers anyway, but later reneged on the deal, stating that they already had an exclusive contract with Melrose.
- Despite ASEAN's strong request, Japan was earlier reluctant to accede to the treaty amid worries that the pact could constrain its security alliance with the United States.
- Just what I wanted to hear after a frustrating on-again, off-again few weeks before his last-minute decision to accede to our request for an interview.
- Lloyd George's People's Budget of 1909 precipitated a constitutional crisis that was resolved only when the House of Lords realised it had to accede to the demands of a modern democracy.
- I could see no justification for Congress to accede to this extraordinary request for additional authority.
- Deputy O'Shea is pursuing the matter with NTL and has now written to NTL seeking that they accede to the request of Waterford City Council to return to the older arrangement.
- A letter will be drafted to his players' managers in the hope that they will accede to his request.
- We don't want that to happen this time, and we are hoping that the other parties would accede to our request for an early start and see how best it can be settled.
- There is also a possibility that Australia and New Zealand could be included, though it depends on the two countries agreeing to accede to ASEAN's nonaggression pact, known as the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation.
- Keith said that although the United States does not have an extradition treaty with Afghanistan, the Northern Alliance was expected to accede to a request by the coalition to hand him over to U.S. authorities who want to question him.
- Part of the reason for this is that the federal government's power to accede to international treaties has on occasion been a vehicle for increasing federal power.
2(become a party)to accede to sth — suscribir algo formal
- When Queen Elizabeth II acceded to the throne in 1952 the United Kingdom was monocultural, hierarchical and deferential.
- The early years of their marriage appear to have been happy, but friends say the Duke changed when, in 1952, the Queen acceded to the throne.
- There will be no public ceremony to mark the transferral of power, but the new leader is expected to give a public address once he has acceded to the throne.
- Henry VII died and his second son acceded to the throne as Henry VIII.
- The young Edward V acceded to the throne on the death of Edward IV.
- Churchill, who was in office when Elizabeth acceded to the throne in 1952, is thought to be the queen's favorite prime minister.
- Predictably, Babur's uncles and cousins attacked his territories soon after he had acceded to the throne.
- The world was a very different place when the Queen acceded to the throne.
- By 1134, two of Sancho's sons had successively acceded to both thrones and died without heirs, leaving only one son left - Ramiro, Bishop of Barbastro-Roda.
- A York businesswoman who was born 50 years ago today - the day the Queen acceded to the throne - is celebrating both landmarks by holding a special Jubilee sale.
- Instead, in May 1937, her shy husband acceded to the throne and she assumed what she once described as ‘this intolerable burden’.
- The death means the Queen, who acceded to the throne in 1952, becomes the longest-serving monarch in Europe.
- The Government on Monday confirmed that Camilla would automatically become Queen when the Prince acceded to the throne, unless there was a change in legislation.
- Although the Queen acceded to the throne on February 6, 1952 on the death of her father, George VI, she was not crowned until 16 months later, such were the detailed arrangements to be put in place.
- Like Thailand, Norway is a Constitutional Monarchy and the present King Harald V acceded to the Norwegian Throne after the death of his father, Olav V in 1991.
- Queen Anne acceded to the throne on the death of William III in a riding accident at Hampton Court.
- So, in 1558 Elizabeth acceded to a troubled throne, after a five-year period in which Catholicism had been re-established in England with little apparent difficulty.
- This danger was instrumental in throwing Richard into the arms of Philip Augustus, who three years earlier had acceded to the throne of France.
- For people born on the day she acceded to the throne - February 6, 1952-there will be garden parties in London and Edinburgh.
- Her first official visits came before she acceded to the throne.
3(ascend)to accede to the throne — subir / acceder al trono
- he acceded to the Presidency — asumió la presidencia
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