In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(call) llamamiento masculine(call) llamado masculine Latin America(request) solicitud feminine(request) petición feminine(request) pedido masculine Latin America(plea) ruego masculine(plea) súplica feminineappeal(to sb) for sth
- an appealfor calm — un llamamiento a la calma
- they made an urgent appealfor food — hicieron un llamamiento urgente solicitando alimentos
- their appealto the UN for protection — su solicitud / petición de protección a la ONU
- appeal to sth — llamamiento a algo
- an appealto reason/common sense — un llamado a la razón/al sentido común
- And police in Lancashire issued urgent appeals for drivers to stay at home last night after a series of accidents.
- Health authorities in Kildare have launched a fresh appeal for the mother or father of a baby girl who was abandoned last April to come forward.
- Detectives are describing the mugging as ‘despicable’ and have issued an urgent appeal for information.
- Her parents made anguished appeals for her return.
- An urgent appeal has now gone out from the small group asking for others to help out to keep the festival alive.
- Police have issued an urgent appeal for witnesses to come forward and were at the scene on Thursday looking for forensic clues.
- Last night detectives, deeply concerned at the level of violence used in each attack, issued an urgent appeal for help in catching the man before he strikes again.
- An urgent appeal has been launched for volunteers to help the vulnerable.
- Yesterday, villagers added their voice to the appeal for urgent action.
- A boom in the number of rough sleepers in Trowbridge has forced charity officials to make an urgent appeal for more sleeping bags.
- There was an urgent appeal for blood donors to treat victims of the crash.
- An urgent appeal went out on Radio 3 for the missing four.
- A Bolton theatre company has sent out an urgent appeal for help in finding props they need for their new play.
- Meanwhile police issued an urgent appeal for anyone who saw the red getaway car or the skip lorry prior to the raid in either Sheffield or Balby to contact them.
- Residents said mosques had broadcast appeals for police to return to duty and some had responded.
- A woman has issued a heartfelt appeal this week to anyone who may know the whereabouts of her two-year-old brother.
- A mother who failed to collect her baby son after leaving him at a childminder's house nearly two weeks ago sparked an urgent appeal from police concerned for her safety.
- A Hyndburn stray dogs charity has made a heartfelt appeal for help with a homeless pooch who broke his leg after being knocked down.
- This is an urgent appeal for drivers to deliver meals on wheels.
- Police are launching a fresh appeal following a serious road accident which has left a 17-year-old girl in a critical condition.
2.1Lawapelación femininerecurso de apelación masculineto lodge an appealagainst a decision/sentence — interponer un recurso de apelación en contra de una decisión/sentencia
- to win/lose on appeal — ganar/perder en la apelación / en segunda instancia
- he was acquitted on appeal — su condena fue revocada en la apelación / en segunda instancia
- to have the/no right of appeal — tener/no tener derecho a apelar
- court of appeal — tribunal de apelación / alzada
- While some bad decisions get reversed on appeal, that process can take years, which is a long time in a child's life.
- Other applicants could lodge an appeal against the decision based on the change in selection criteria.
- At first instance the claim failed, but the decision was reversed on appeal.
- On appeal, however, the Eighth Circuit reversed, without dedicating a single line to the issue of class actions.
- It must do this within four weeks of the last date on which the practitioner in question could lodge an appeal.
2.2(in cricket)petición al juez solicitando la salida de juego de un bateador
- Now umpires are calling for TV replays to settle LBW appeals.
- A few full-throated appeals for lbw nearly always find the umpire's approval.
- The ball pitched outside the off and struck the pad outside the line of off, and yet Shepherd upheld the appeal.
- He overcame the initial seam movement, two perilously close lbw appeals and a few edgy moments before settling down into a dogged mode.
- In addition the umpire was permitted to consult the television umpire with respect to hit-wicket appeals.
3.1(fund, organization)campaña para recaudar fondos
- During the party conference in Blackpool earlier this month, there were appeals for individual donations to help prop up the troubled pension fund for the party's army of front-line staff.
- The appeal aims to raise funds needed for new diagnostic and treatment equipment for the hospital.
- To raise these funds the band has embarked on a public appeal for financial assistance.
- The charity launched an appeal in February to raise the £200,000 and has already reached a total of £47,000.
- The Red Cross, one of the first charities to launch an appeal, has so far raised £5.25 million.
- The store has been a huge supporter of the appeal and already raised more than £5,300 for the school.
- The cash was raised by the group's flood fund appeal through donations and a variety of charity events.
- A teenager on holiday in Greece has sent his mum an urgent appeal for cash - after his first trip abroad became a red-tape nightmare.
- But at the same time, they ran appeals for public funds.
- The charity has launched an appeal for public donations.
- The new mayor says his charity appeal will be to support homeless people.
- Tables of four are £20.00 and an appeal goes out for support, sponsorship and donations.
- An appeal for public support can be an effective way for parents to get help paying the medical bills.
- Finding the capital cost of complex pieces of equipment is a major hurdle and often public appeals are run to raise the money needed.
- People we don't even know have been raising funds for the appeal by doing sponsored walks or holding charity discos and so on.
- Vanessa raised hundreds of pounds for the charity by playing requests in exchange for donations to the appeal.
- The authorities will now promote the appeal for donations and fight to raise £300,000 nationwide to assist with the completion of the centre.
- Money raised by the appeal will fund all three posts for three years.
- This support means that funds raised by the appeal will go directly to Marie Curie Cancer Care.
- The £360,000 project was made possible by a public appeal which raised £110,000.
3.2(on TV, radio)llamamiento para que se contribuya a una obra benéfica
4(attraction)atractivo masculinetravel holds no appealfor me — no me atrae la idea de viajar
- a politician with voter appeal — un político capaz de ganarse al electorado
- Overall, too, the filmmakers have misjudged one of the principal appeals of a movie like this.
- Yet it is because these films tackle serious issues in a serious manner that their appeal is limited.
- Although maybe the show's ghastly appeal may attract voyeuristic interest.
- Her schedules, she insists, combine quality with wide appeal.
- Products with the ultimate consumer appeal sometimes come from customers themselves, who provide suggestions.
- He could meet any challenge, he was sure, but waiting to learn what that challenge might be held no appeal at all.
- Both professors hope that the popular appeal of the findings will attract students to the department.
- Food commands so much appeal and interest that most newspapers devote valuable column space for food writings on Sundays.
- A candidate, especially a challenger to an incumbent must have broad appeal.
- But while the history is interesting, the deep appeal of fly fishing is not in narrative.
- Cat suits would have greater appeal for one thing.
- Rather than an indicator of the quality of British food, the popular appeal of celebrity chefs on British TV is precisely because its direness.
- Certainly local foodies, already spoilt for choice in the area, now have two fine new restaurants to try, each with individual attractions and appeal.
- The variety of musical styles and interesting guests had popular appeal.
- With that kind of mass appeal, a really solid program could be built to suit a variety of backgrounds.
- This attractive book's nostalgic appeal is entirely seasonal.
- The glasses have had more immediate appeal among the youth than the garments, which are suited only for party occasions and cold climes.
- For these people, a national network with a brand image and good quality had much appeal.
- Such events would have huge appeal and ultimately help increase the club status.
- Men and women in these areas had little cause to delay marriage, and prudence had little appeal when there was no chance of ultimate independence.
1(call)to appeal for sth — pedir / solicitar algo
- the Minister went on television to appealfor calm — el ministro apareció en televisión para hacer un llamamiento a la calma
- to appeal to sb/sth
- the prisoners appealed to them for mercy — los prisioneros les suplicaron clemencia
- the police appealed to witnesses to come forward — la policía hizo un llamamiento para que se presentaran testigos del hecho
- to appealto sb's finer feelings/better nature — apelar a los buenos sentimientos/a la bondad de algn
- they appealed to his sense of justice — apelaron a su sentido de justicia
- The country's leaders and all the major parties have been appealing for people to embrace the idea of joining the EU, describing it as the country's surest path to future prosperity.
- A new congressional report highlights a major reason the administration is now urgently appealing for international help.
- Our site is now for 14-year-olds; we're going to appeal directly to their interests.
- Now, record executives are appealing to ethics to urge parents to stamp out pirating.
- It is an argument which appeals to the emotions rather than the intellect.
- There are bawdy tales in the Bible and that appeals to a certain part of our personalities.
- Abundant in fresh sea products, the coast of Kyushu is dotted with fascinating small islands and appeals both to one's stomach and eyes.
- In fact, if one day you're on a land mine crusade, appealing for the world's poorest, and the next you're on a luxury yacht in designer clothes, you run the risk of looking like a great big hypocrite.
- The media always justifies its excesses by appealing to the doctrine of press freedom.
- Anxious residents living near a Morden school are appealing for urgent traffic calming measures at an accident blackspot, which they say has become a daily danger to children.
- Here I am in Rome, and I need to observe the local custom no matter how little it appeals to my nature.
- The whole point about folk and dance music is that it appeals to an organic urge to dance.
- Members of the action group also collected names for a petition appealing for the retention of the music school throughout the afternoon.
- For the sake of a few pounds this man has seriously injured an old woman and we are appealing for help in tracking him down before he strikes again.
- Police are appealing for Blackburn clubbers to come forward after a serious assault near a town centre night club.
- What were the historical and political circumstances of his success and to which popular opinions and social interests do his works appeal?
- We are now urgently appealing for information on the identity of the suspects and the whereabouts of the car.
- We are appealing for healthy people to volunteer to undergo a blood test to see if their bone marrow would be suitable.
- Some people run for high political office because it appeals to their vanity.
- And what they have done, as I said earlier, was nothing more than, you know, appealing for their constitutional rights.
- Thousands of worried residents signed a petition sent to the Government appealing for a replacement post office in the area, but until recently, efforts to relaunch one have failed.
- He appeals to the inner child and creative spark in all of us with his optimistic and humorous joie de vivre.
- I am appealing for anyone who intends on going out late at night to consider their personal safety and if alone on foot keep to well lit areas.
- Officers are not connecting the two attempted snatches, but are urgently appealing for witnesses to both incidents.
- This is being treated as a serious incident, and York police are appealing for information and witnesses.
- In Tullow, gardaí are appealing for information in relation to a serious arson attack, during which two oil tanks were doused with an accelerant and set on fire.
- He too has been involved in a petition appealing for an investigation, an apology, and media freedom.
- Police are appealing for witnesses to a serious assault outside a Richmond bar which has left the victim fighting for his life.
- It appeals to his sense of what can be done to preserve an old building and still keep its ambience.
- Naturally this is a very serious incident and we are appealing for any of the passengers on the bus to contact us, as they may have seen something or be able to give a description of this man.
- The carnival committee, however, is urgently appealing for the town to join in and enter floats in the colourful procession or participate as walkers in fancy dress.
- Yet I'm sure it is in part my librarian nature that all this stuff appeals to, this is part of why I love it so.
- It is also appealing for a reduction in class sizes, increased funding for primary schools, action on special needs education and an end to educational disadvantage.
- The customer appeals to a higher patriarchal order - the law - much like a child to a parent.
2.1Lawapelarto appealagainst a decision/sentence — apelar contra / de una decisión/sentencia
- to appealto a higher authority — apelar a / ante una autoridad superior
- Prosecution lawyers now have two or three days in which they can apply to appeal against the decision.
- Do you say that the respondent appealed or sought special leave to appeal against that decision?
- If enforcement is authorised, the party against whom enforcement is sought may appeal against the decision within one month of service thereof.
- The unidentified man has 12 hours to appeal against the decision.
- But he is likely to face several court appearances and the process could take months as suspects have the right to appeal against extradition decisions.
2.2Sportrecurrir al árbitroapelar al árbitro
- Morally, there's no difference between a batsman who chooses to stay, knowing that he is out, and a wicketkeeper who appeals against a batsman knowing he isn't.
- The home team appealed for offside but it was more in desperation than anything else and as their heads dropped Ilkley completed the scoring with ten minutes to go.
- Finally, excessive appealing, looking at the umpire too long for appealing, or not looking at the umpire for appealing will be punishable by burning at the stake.
- He takes a proactive role in dealing with home-plate umpires, appealing check-swing calls and soothing pitchers.
- The local players kept on appealing at every turn, despite the umpire turning it down.
3(be attractive)to appeal to sb — atraerle a algn
- teaching never appealed to me — nunca me atrajo la enseñanza
- fishing/the idea doesn't appeal — pescar/la idea no tiene mucho atractivo
- the part appealed to his sense of fun — el papel lo atrajo por lo que tenía de divertido
- One of the reasons it appeals to people is because it suggests a story.
- This autobiography will appeal most to those interested in the history of the Chattahoochee Valley.
- It will encourage political parties to rethink their approach to appealing to young people.
- The festival is an celebration that appeals to a huge sector of our community and for a lot of reasons.
- I always go looking for the theme and content and if it appeals to me I take it up.
- This group will appeal if your interest lies in a somewhat more contemporary repertory.
- This graceful dance, which is easy to learn, appeals to men and women of all ages.
- Although I wouldn't want it all the time, the idea of being in control appeals to me.
- I read mine regularly and there are particular astrologers whose style appeals to me more than others.
- He has credibility for his own generation and his musical outlook appeals to somewhat older fans, too.
- It appealed very strongly to socialists, because it put the interest of the state ahead of the individual.
- It seems the symmetry of the trilogy appeals to saviours of Rock and Roll and film directors alike.
- It focuses on what we intend to give, rather than what we would like to receive, and in this respect it appeals to me a great deal.
- You'd be hard pushed to find a director who only appeals to film students who that applies to.
- He has a very obvious and direct style which appeals to me and obviously a lot of others.
- It is designed to appeal to people who may not want to approach the police directly.
- I looked around for a new gym, but none really appealed.
- The book will appeal broadly to scholars interested in colonial agriculture and economics.
- The quality is superb and the check appeals to those who are willing to pay to make a fashion statement.
- This event appeals to an array of people, vintage lovers and designer slaves alike.
1(decision/verdict) apelar contra(verdict/decision) apelar deto appealthe judge's/court's decision — apelar contra / de la decisión del juez/tribunal
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