In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(to position, office)accession (to sth)
- on his accession to manhood — al llegar a la mayoría de edad
- on the accession of Prince Rupert — al subir al trono el príncipe Rupert
- the accession of new members to the EU — el ingreso de nuevos miembros a la UE
- since the accession of the new chairman — desde que asumió sus funciones el nuevo presidente
- before noun (for the EU) accession countries — países candidatos
- But Preston has been named as one of the nation's ‘Golden Cities’ to mark the 50th anniversary of the Queen's accession to the throne.
- Many councils will not be holding special civic functions to mark the 50th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's accession to the throne.
- Now, with the imminent prospect of Wilhelm's accession to the throne, he felt it incumbent upon him to warn Lord Salisbury.
- At the time of our Queen's accession to the throne, comparisons were drawn between the reign of the first Elizabeth and the new monarch.
- The Queen yesterday marked the 50th anniversary of her father's death - and of her accession to the throne - with a poignant visit to a cancer unit.
- Preparations are already under way to display 100 royal hats, some of which date back to the Queen's accession to the throne in 1952.
- The Queen Mother took up residence after the death of her husband George VI and the Queen's accession to the throne.
- It's probably because historically she seems to have been fussy and stubborn, and also a staunch Catholic in a country that at her accession to the throne was already become mostly Protestant.
- National Day is held on 3 March, in celebration of King Hassan II's accession to the throne in 1961.
- Little more than a year after her accession to the throne, she would sign the transfer of sovereignty to the Republic of Indonesia.
- The Rose of Lancaster deals with Henry VI's accession to the throne, wars in France, the Wars Of The Roses, and Joan of Arc.
- A stunning portfolio of photographs of the Queen was unveiled today to mark the 50th anniversary of her accession to the throne.
- Many were expected to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Queen's accession to the throne by holding events such as street parties in June.
- The foundation stone was laid by Mrs Brown on June 21, the 50th anniversary of Queen Victoria's accession to the throne.
- The same claim can be made about the recent celebrations of the golden jubilee of the Queen's accession to the throne.
- Appointed as secretary to the Dutch Embassy, he was sent to England in 1715 to congratulate George I on has accession to the throne.
- At the time of his accession to the throne, much of northern France was under English occupation, including Reims, where he should have been crowned.
- The thunderous roar of these guns of war ripped through York's Museum Gardens today to celebrate the Queen's accession to the throne.
- Albert's accession to the throne is a two-step event, with another ceremony expected to draw heads of state on November 19.
- Edward VI's accession to the throne meant greater support for Protestantism throughout the country, and imprisonment for Gardiner.
- All the accessions were collected from various regions of the Middle East.
- Objects are displayed with their accession numbers so that additional information can be obtained at computer terminals installed throughout the center.
- To mark the occasion the museum's curators organized an exhibition featuring objects from the permanent collection, almost all of which were recent accessions specifically donated to celebrate the new building.
- Users of these sequences are kindly requested to refer to the present paper in addition to the accession numbers.
- Griffin, Georgia, is home to USDA's eggplant collection, which includes 770 different accessions collected from around the world.
- Twelve of these accessions were taken from collections of J. Bergelson and R. Mauricio.
- These libraries concentrated on British and European publications, though most included local books, journals, and newspapers among their accessions.
- ‘About 50 of the 400 accessions represent more than 90 percent of the collection's true diversity,’ says Krueger.
- Researchers are kept up to date about recent accessions, loaded usually within a short time of a collection's receipt into the Library.
- Where large amounts of information are located within a single accession number, references may also include box, file, and/or folder numbers.
- Soon, up to 6,000 new accessions will arrive through exchanges with other countries, further swelling an already vast collection.
3(agreement)accession (to sth)
- their accession to the treaty — su adhesión al tratado
- his accession to our demands — su aceptación de nuestras demandas
- That agreement resulted in Pyongyang's accession to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, but in the end Moscow did not build the promised reactors.
- It said the two sides agreed to hold the signing ceremony for China's accession to the treaty at a meeting between Chinese and ASEAN leaders slated for October on the Indonesian resort island of Bali.
- Meanwhile, New Zealand and Mongolia are scheduled to sign Thursday the instruments of accession to ASEAN's nonaggression pact known as the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation.
- It also revealed that relevant ministers in Russia have now consented to accession to ASEAN's core Treaty of Amity and Cooperation in Southeast Asia.
- This criticism has been directed to accession to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and other treaties, without adequate consultation with or participation by the states.
- It is in this context that the Russian side raises the question of linking NATO membership for certain states to their accession to the Agreement on Adaptation of the CFE Treaty.
- He said a state has to ratify and finally deposit instruments of ratification to the institution specified in the treaty, following signing or declaring accession to a treaty.
- Goff said accession to the treaty ‘signals that New Zealand is committed to closer engagement with ASEAN, and with Asia more generally.’
- The horizontal axis then focuses on the extent to which states expect or anticipate that their behaviour will be constrained by their accession to an implicit or explicit set of agreements.
- Certain decisions, such as interpretation of the multilateral trade agreements, waivers, and amendments and accessions, can be taken only by a specified majority vote.
- Denmark, for instance, voted against the Maastricht Treaty in June 1992, and later only a marginal majority of French voters confirmed the accession to the Treaty.
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