In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(conduct) aceptable(conduct) admisible(compromise/risk) aceptablesocially acceptable — socialmente admisible / aceptable
- to be acceptable to sb — resultarle aceptable a algn
- would that be acceptable to you? — ¿eso le resultaría aceptable?
- Then, too, he is an acceptable moderator to the candidates because he's firmly predictable.
- I don't smoke, however, so I'm hoping nibbling on expensive dark chocolates will be an acceptable substitute.
- There was, they believed, simply no acceptable substitute for silk.
- The search for an acceptable substitute was already well underway by 1905.
- If he hadn't made such a fuss about acceptable standards of behaviour, his fall from grace might not have been so swift and calamitous.
- Shop-bought sandwiches are acceptable.
- We all talked about how washing the hair allows nurses to provide acceptable touching and that massaging the head can be relaxing.
- I found their arguments reasonable and a moderately acceptable update on the original book.
- Now, that is perfectly conventional and acceptable reasoning, and that determines this case.
- I don't think money is an acceptable substitute.
- Maybe the electorate believes that these acts of deception are acceptable standards of behaviour in today's society?
- No, the only acceptable reason to stay home is the kids.
- Codes of conduct lay down acceptable standards of behaviour.
- Then, if the paper money remains an acceptable substitute for the metallic money, no significant burden falls on the public.
- That was twenty years ago and I am sure that times have changed and it would no longer be allowed or acceptable.
- We also know that the Dunedin City Council is budgeting $30 million, over the next 2 years, to get its water standards up to an acceptable level.
- You could use ground dried ginger instead of ginger root in the following recipe, but it is not really an acceptable substitute.
- They are standards that provide a basis for consistent and acceptable minimal levels of quality, performance, safety, and reliability.
- Finally, when you start discussing that the people at the next table arrived after you and are now happily tucking into their food, the window of acceptable time from order to table firmly closes.
- Earlier this year, Ofsted said many schools were being held back by low-level disruption and revealed that only one in three secondary schools had acceptable standards of behaviour.
- But woe betide Town Council officialdom if there is another broken promise in respect of putting this bandstand into a decent and acceptable state of repair.
- She sank onto the camp bed, pleased to find the mattress in acceptable condition.
- The problems stemmed from different standards of privacy and acceptable noise levels.
- Try to replace swear words with acceptable substitutes.
- I'd think a postcard from the next city would be an acceptable substitute for a formal thank you note.
- You are quite satisfied that that is acceptable?
- The report makes a number of recommendations to ‘bring standards of safety and quality to acceptable levels for the twenty-first century.’
- Scotland's crumbling road network urgently needs maintenance worth £1bn just to bring highways up to an acceptable standard, a new report reveals.
- They have been asked to submit a technical proposal outlining specific building or insulation plans to contain the noise levels to an acceptable standard within an appropriate timescale.
- Is it appropriate and acceptable to come to this House dressed like that?
- Aristocratic charm is not an acceptable substitute for morals.
- I could squeeze my own lemons, but Jif make a perfectly acceptable substitute.
- They argue that governments, parents, and other social institutions should use force to maintain standards of acceptable behavior.
- Instead Wednesday and Thursday saw moderate but acceptable gains, indicating that the bad news has been discounted.
- The tests showed the levels were within the acceptable standards for the EU and New Zealand.
- It can look a little gauche to blog about some seemingly random scrap of nostalgia, but if I link those memories to an anniversary then suddenly my blogpost has an acceptable reason to exist.
- Much of the trade sought to replace imports with local substitutes of acceptable quality but lower cost.
- If nothing else, the fact that some men assault women lowers our standards for acceptable behavior.
- If their behaviour falls below acceptable standards they will be prosecuted.
- Important issues emerged regarding the influence of peer pressure and acceptable standards of behaviour among young people in relation to risk-taking behaviours.
2(welcome)(gift) muy adecuadothat would be most acceptable — eso me (or nos etc.) resultaría muy grato
- Otherwise, this is a very acceptable print that should please all 248 gazillion fans.
- Mind you, that was back when a pack of three new handkerchiefs was a highly acceptable and very welcome gift for Christmas.
- Tobacco and snuff were convenient and acceptable items, and more luxurious fare was provided when possible.
- The Velodrome, Arunga Park, Pioneer Park and the Golf Course are all venues that are rated as being up with the best in the land, and most acceptable for elite competition.
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