In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1yaI've already been there, I've been there already — ya he estado allí
- I've already seen or (US also) I already saw the play — ya vi la obra
- they've already met — ya se conocen
- the others had already left — los demás ya se habían ido
- are you back already? — ¿ya estás de vuelta?
- they've made an already difficult situation worse — han empeorado una situación que ya era difícil
- Other deals that are already in the public arena are also picking up steam again.
- I was kind of relieved it was all a dream, as I was in enough trouble with the law already.
- After learning that Susan has already viewed the place they start to ask her questions.
- There is no point bringing more laws in when we are so soft with the laws we already have.
- There is a campaign to have his face added to the four already carved into Mount Rushmore.
- Rerina folded the clothes that were already done earlier and set them on the side.
- That trust was repaid with an offer no different from those which had already been refused.
- Workers have been offered a hefty redundancy package as part of a deal already on the table.
- Lari was asking for an answer to a question that she already knew the answer to.
- Overtime is already used and efforts are being made to recruit a more diverse workforce.
- The only thing going for it was its railway heritage, already fading into the past.
- Any students who already had been given a place would keep it, regardless of regrades.
- A careful parent will not ask a question of a child unless the answer is already known.
- She had already amassed four dustbins before the recent delivery of her wheeled bin.
- Many people are paying large sums of money for services which they are already entitled to.
- What we have done in the past has already proved successful at Rennes and at Lyon.
- We can add these to the displays we already have and hopefully answer a few questions.
- I think you will have already made up your mind about her from previous performances.
- It would simply be more vicious treatment on top of what she has already suffered.
- As already mentioned, one of the possible throwbacks to the past is our love of swimming.
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