In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Computingagregador masculinenews aggregator — agregador de noticias
- There has been a new surge towards dissemination of published articles through Open Archives, Institutional Archives and databases produced by aggregators which provide international visibility.
- A good example of such a service is the NewsIsFree website, a news aggregator.
- Subscribers can sign-up for Spanning's service by clicking on the RSS buttons at the company's website and run popular aggregators such as FeedDemon, NewsGator or NetNewsWire.
- The supply chain would include the content and service providers, the content aggregators, the Internet portals and the communications carriers who will speed data and voice to and from moving vehicles.
- Those behind the site claim it's the first time we've been able to compare the flight information of airline websites against flight aggregator sites and charter companies.
2Businessintermediario y distribuidor masculine
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