In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(anxiety/pain) aliviar(anxiety/pain) calmar(problem) paliar
- This herb boosts memory and alleviates circulatory problems.
- The pedestrian crossing at Market Hill has also been switched off to help alleviate traffic problems.
- He called for concerted efforts in preventing spread of the disease and alleviating the suffering of people infected and affected.
- The work is not alleviating the problem, it is making it worse in my eyes.
- Try uninstalling to see if this alleviates the problem.
- A large, modern bus station would surely help alleviate the problems and keep the traffic flowing.
- The restrictions will stay in force until the problem is alleviated by a period of sustained rainfall.
- If it alleviates social problems later then it's a good thing, as far as I'm concerned.
- Inflation therefore is the only sensible solution toward alleviating this problem.
- At the core of this book is a call for a radical rethinking of how psychiatric problems are alleviated.
- All monies raised will go towards alleviating the suffering of survivors.
- I'm pleased that in Cumbria at least the money is going into a pool, which will be used to alleviate the problems.
- So can our community leaders come up with a plan of action to help alleviate this problem?
- The brothers hope to alleviate the problems they encountered during their school days.
- It alleviated the problem a little, but not enough to stave off looming financial disaster.
- Hold the image of that person in your mind, imagining that their suffering is alleviated.
- Far from alleviating the problem, the farming of carnivorous fish, such as salmon, adds to the pressure on wild fish populations.
- The decriminalisation of abortion would assist in alleviating this problem.
- The jolting problem was alleviated by using larger wheels and solid rubber tyres.
- A number of industry sources have said a massive cow cull in the past year could have alleviated the current problem.
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