In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(recognition)reconocimiento masculineyou've been quoted without acknowledgment — te han citado sin la correspondiente mención
- does he appear in the acknowledgments? — ¿aparece en la lista de menciones?
- What he craves is recognition and acknowledgement.
- I nodded in acknowledgement of his efforts and jogged around the roof, looking for the hatch, and finding it.
- The workers were guests of the firm who organised a visit to the illuminations in acknowledgment of their hard work during the year and to mark the coronation.
- Smiling his smile of acknowledgment and gratitude, he draped his long overcoat over her shoulders as he set about making the morning meal.
- And of course what we're really after is recognition, admiration, acknowledgement from the rest of the world, status, in other words.
- As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually we hope that all concerned will accept this acknowledgement.
- There were no thanks, no acknowledgments, just a pointed few words on how the collapse of marriage could bring ruination to society.
- Instead of trophies going to the winning teams, all dance groups were presented with framed certificates in acknowledgment of, and in thanks for, their participation.
- Tired once more, I sighed and jangled the car keys and nodded to Michael with a mix of acknowledgment and gratitude for taking over.
- Wallin, who has already received four honorary degrees and several awards and honours in acknowledgment of her work, will address graduates in applied health sciences and arts.
- Everyone likes a bit of recognition or acknowledgement, and a bit of self-esteem was never a bad thing.
- Did they notice my sterling work record and give me the appreciation and acknowledgement I deserve?
- The company's Queen's Award was approved by Her Majesty in April last year in acknowledgement of export excellence.
- It was unanimously decided to give a gratuity to the Captain in acknowledgement of his services.
- As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually, please accept this acknowledgement as a token of our sincere appreciation.
- Even as pathetic as she looked now, he gave her a look of gratitude and acknowledgment, she probably did not see it, her eyes were half closed by now.
- Because they tend to be compassionate and sensitive, they respond best to personal recognition and acknowledgement.
- Thanksgiving and an acknowledgement of debt and gratitude are the first duties which a beneficiary owes to the benefactor.
- Recognition, acknowledgment, praise, and rewards are ever so important and are a demonstration of the fact that you care.
- Now, not only are you doing most of the work, you are not entitled to any acknowledgement, never mind gratitude, for doing it at all.
2(confirmation, response)I've had no acknowledgment of my letter — no han acusado recibo de mi carta
- she gave a quick smile of acknowledgment — me saludó con una breve sonrisa
- Not a single flicker of acknowledgement may be granted them when we pass them on the street.
- Even a passive observer would nod in acknowledgement.
- He never entered a carriage but stood on the outside platform, and though he wouldn't wave back, he always bowed in acknowledgement.
- I looked over at my friend Conner, who nodded his head in acknowledgment of my existence, but didn't say much.
- He was smiling in acknowledgement as their eyes met.
- He doesn't say a word, merely nodding in acknowledgement of Stephen's greeting.
- He tipped his head in acknowledgement when he saw us.
- Cadeyrn inclined his head in acknowledgement.
- No acknowledgment of my greeting came from Carrie, although her mother waved back.
- We both nodded in acknowledgement and then I took a seat.
- She nods in acknowledgement without turning to face him.
- I don't think I said anything in response, but I nodded my head, I think, in acknowledgement.
- He nodded, instead, in acknowledgement of the comment.
- I nodded in acknowledgement then asked, ‘Are you two the only ones here?’
- The driver nodded in acknowledgement and a further 20 seconds of silence passed before he spoke again.
- He nodded in acknowledgement of her apology but said nothing.
- With no expression of acknowledgment the porter closed the wicket.
- Ryan nodded in acknowledgement, and then proceeded to talk to Kiley about their past Physics class, leaving me to pursue my own train of thoughts.
- She nods in acknowledgement of his words, though knowing he wishes differently.
- A few fans called to them, but they gave no acknowledgement of these greetings.
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