In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(equipment)aparatos masculinea piece of apparatus — un aparato
- breathing apparatus — equipo de respiración
- teaching apparatus — material didáctico
- Firefighters using breathing apparatus waded through thick, acrid smoke and intense heat after a neighbour said he believed the woman was still inside.
- That required a whole raft of equipment and apparatus to meet that designation.
- Original scientific equipment and apparatus will be displayed with the latest communication and exhibition technology.
- Cardiological equipment, surgical and orthopaedic instruments, respiratory equipment, and diagnostic apparatus are among the primary imports.
- We were then shown all the various equipment, apparatus and tools aboard the engines, which have to be checked and cleaned daily.
- Six firefighters wearing breathing apparatus went into the smoke-logged building and had to force an entry into the rooms to make sure the building was evacuated.
- The procedures and apparatus required for extraction purposes are simple.
- Brigade policy is that all facial hair must be within the empty space of a face mask and must not interfere with the wearing of breathing apparatus by coming into contact with the rubber surround.
- They will be wearing breathing apparatus and protective equipment.
- Much of the distilling operation was lost including the newly acquired equipment and apparatus for the beginnings of the business.
- Fire crews, using breathing apparatus, had to search the building and ensure no persons were either trapped or seriously injured by the blaze.
- About 30 firefighters, some of them wearing breathing apparatus, were needed to bring the flames under control.
- He said: ‘Two of the firefighters had to go in wearing breathing apparatus.’
- There would also be more discussions on matters such as better emergency training and equipment, including breathing apparatus for rail staff and the strengthening of drivers' cabs.
- The landing craft was equipped with instruments for communication and analysis including radio equipment, scientific apparatus, and a television system.
- Officers wearing breathing apparatus used hand tools to break into the injured man's flat and rescue him from his bedroom.
- Most include putting on self-contained breathing apparatus, getting hoses into place and using them to hit targets with water.
- Firefighters, wearing breathing apparatus, found the first floor smoke-logged and saw flames coming from the airing cupboard door.
- Lucky for me I brought the full-faced respirator and self-contained breathing apparatus with me.
- Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus dragged a man from the inferno before using hose reels to douse the flames in a 70-minute operation.
2Anatomyaparato masculinerespiratory/digestive apparatus — aparato respiratorio/digestivo
(organization)aparato masculinethe apparatus of government — el aparato de gobierno
- As a result, the movement is both militant and careful because false steps and excessive aggression are severely punished by more brutal dictators and state security apparatuses than exist elsewhere.
- To say that they have systemic power is to say that the logic of the social system itself affirms their interests quite apart from their conscious strategies and the internal organization of political apparatuses.
- They were also rejected by the bureaucratic apparatuses which took over first the social democratic and later, under Stalin, the communist parties.
- In other words, resistance is linked immediately with a constitutive investment in the biopolitical realm and to the formation of cooperative apparatuses of production and community.
- The other, which was probably unintended though wholly predictable, has been to create a bureaucratic apparatus which has brought many strong men and women to their knees.
- Nonetheless, the legal apparatus supporting the fiscal system recognized this oversight.
- The union apparatus becomes an institutional structure within existing society.
- We know that the government are reconfiguring the apparatus of the intelligence community to concentrate in these areas.
- The history of the visual arts under Fascism includes the bureaucratic apparatus imposed by the regime, and the individual contributions of those who collaborated in varying degrees.
- The apparatus of local government is obviously much less complex than that of semi-independence.
- Jews were without a state for 1,878 years, yet developed administrative apparatuses to govern communal affairs and to interface with monarchies and state governments.
- One forum is the liberal democratic party system and the bureaucratic apparatus of government.
- It then undertook the dismantling of much of its socialist policy and organisational structure but not its political apparatuses - thereby earning derision on both counts.
- Prior to this, the military apparatus, the judicial system, and the religious establishment were already in the hands of the conservative circles.
- This change in the structure of the state apparatus itself has led to divisions among employers and within the Liberal-National Coalition.
- The party vowed to intensify the fight corruption within the state apparatus and the whole political system.
- This creates a disjuncture of relative development, with the economy much more advanced in its global organization than either the apparatuses of governance or the patterns of human identity.
- Faced with centrally organized and bureaucratic state apparatuses, dissident actors can adjust organizationally, moving towards more networked forms of organization.
- Serious art over the next period will come into greater and greater conflict with the framework of the profit system and its political apparatus.
- I said they continue to use some of the apparatuses of socialism to organise the state.
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