In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1under the aegis of sth/sb — bajo los auspicios de algo/algn formal
- As a quasi-governmental organization, it enjoys protection under the aegis of HM Government.
- Shareholder resolutions fall under the aegis of the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
- The job-creation agency under the aegis of the department is owed a further £10,000.
- The exhumation was carried out under the aegis of the Department of Justice.
- The city rose from one man's vision, under the aegis of patient backing and supporters.
- The woman, if she was currently not employable, was to be supported under the aegis of the family.
- He seems to suggest that the preservation of difference will have to be under the aegis of humanism.
- That piece of evidence is the document produced under the aegis of the UN Security Council.
- It is under the aegis of this unit that co-ordination and funding of development programmes is carried out.
- The plan was drawn up by the Council, established under the aegis of the Department of Agriculture.
- The Government gave the green light to the commissioning of a national strategy to be undertaken under the aegis of the Department of Health.
- Supporters of globalism are optimistic that under the aegis of a single government, the world will experience peace.
- The new commissioners will not be legally autonomous and will remain under the aegis of primary care trusts.
- In other words, the apolitical world of globalisation can prosper only under the aegis of a political entity.
- Funds would be administered by a board under the aegis of the IMF.
- Whereas in 1997, 10 art shows were advertised under the aegis of the festival, all are now excluded.
- The exhibition was being held under the aegis of the US Consulate-General and the Indian Institute of Architects.
- The state's pursuit of energy providers continues, mainly under the aegis of the state Attorney General's Office.
- We're seeing a joining of the virus, hacker and spam scenes under the aegis of organised crime.
- These facilities are hidden in various ways, frequently coming under the aegis of innocuous organizations.
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