In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(come into view, present oneself)aparecerhe never appears until the meal is on the table — nunca aparece / se presenta hasta que la comida está servida
- he hasn't appeared in public for the last year — desde hace un año no aparece en público
- he suddenly appeared from behind the door — de pronto salió de detrás de la puerta
- He appears on the scene of action ready for battle on the appointed day, and there he meets others like himself, brought up by the same summons.
- They descended from the clouds, as the familiar sight of landmarks appeared.
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- A few minutes after Steph and Lewis arrived, Josh appeared at the downstairs door.
- However, the sight that appeared before her quickly took her mind off of the cold.
- The death knell for the royal line rang out across the besieged tower as a noticeable dent began to appear in the door of the chamber.
- Suddenly two red lights appeared at the supposed sight were Yue's eyes should have been.
- He appeared at the house after lunch, with a collapsible suitcase, still wearing the four-button jacket, clean and freshly pressed now.
- The screen panned out and, superimposed on the pointless picture of a telephone, apparent quotes begin to appear.
- They wait over 21 years for one to arrive and two appear in the same season.
- From time to time as a gap in the trees appears I catch sight of this glistening stretch of cobalt blue water below.
- Around one corner, a hundred goats suddenly appeared, in no apparent hurry to let us by.
- The scandal lies also in the fact that the transgression is visible, appearing like a strange hieroglyph on her face that others contemplate with fear and trepidation.
- The final Baily's bead appears together with the visible band formed by the solar corona.
- The supervisors or any other voter would never notice this fraud since no visible sign would appear.
- The rare transit happens when Venus comes directly between the sun and the earth and appears as a black dot moving across the bright disk.
- Every once and a while she would fall out of sight, only to appear again just within reach of his eyes.
- Earth appears as a tiny blue sphere surrounded by an immensity of blackness.
- Sponsors pay a lot of money, and they deserve to have their names visible in photographs that appear in the media.
- Not a lot, but they tend to appear in noticeable situations, such as extended close ups.
- Aim into the dark skies where Mars, when so close to earth, appears as a glowing red ruby.
- The woman was familiar from the neighborhood, he explained, so he had not been suspicious when she appeared at his apartment, seemingly alone.
- Colours that were not previously apparent subtly appear as the eye focuses on the space between colours.
- The second her eyes appeared and she caught sight of Stien she let out a hideous scream.
- From the moon, Earth appears as a bright blue-and-white object in the black sky.
1.2(spirit/ghost) aparecerseto appear to sb — aparecérsele a algn
- the Virgin had appeared to them — se les había aparecido la Virgen
1.3(become apparent)aparecersalircracks started to appear on the walls — empezaron a aparecer / a salir grietas en las paredes
1.4(be found, seen)aparecer
2(seem)parecerthe questions didn't appear difficult — las preguntas no parecían difíciles
- that's how he appears to a lot of people — esa es la impresión que le da a mucha gente
- it appears as though / as if we're expected — parece que nos esperan
- we're expected to win, it appears — según parece, se espera que ganemos
- they've arrived — so it appears / so it would appear — han llegado — eso parece
- so she's not leaving — it appears not / it would appear not — así que no se va — parecería que no
- to appear to + inf — parecer + inf
- it appears that
- she appeared to be busy — parecía (estar) ocupada
- he appeared to have understood — pareció haber entendido
- everyone appears to be here — parece que ya está aquí todo el mundo
- we appear to be lost — parece que nos hemos perdido
- this would appear to be what happened — parecería que esto fue lo que pasó
- there appears to be some misunderstanding — parecería que hay un malentendido
- what appears to be the trouble? — ¿cuál es el problema?
- it appears that she was the only one not to know — parece ser que era la única que no lo sabía
- it appears from the report that … — del informe se desprende que …
- it now appears that he was lying — ahora resulta que estaba mintiendo
- it appears to me that we're wasting our time — tengo la impresión de que / me parece que estamos perdiendo el tiempo
- that's how it appeared to her — esa fue la impresión que le dio a ella
3(be published)aparecersalirto appear in print — publicarse
4aparecersalirTheatre actuarhe has appeared on television many times — ha salido muchas veces en / por televisión
- she's currently appearing on Broadway — actualmente está actuando en Broadway
- she appeared as Cinderella — hizo el papel de Cenicienta
5.1(defendant) comparecerto appear before a magistrate — comparecer ante un juez
- she's appearing on a charge of murder — comparece acusada de asesinato
- May it please the Court, I appear for myself in this matter, for the third time in the High Court.
- He appeared in the Court of Appeal when this matter was first before the Court of Appeal.
- He'd never appeared in the Supreme Court and he came into this case very, very late.
- The Third Defendant appeared in person and he also represented the other Defendants, who were not present at the hearing
- None of the three defendants appeared in court, but magistrates found all three cases proved.
- The first applicant has the necessary leave of the Court to appear for the second applicant.
- He admitted a charge of affray when he appeared in court for sentence and was given a 100-hour punishment order.
- He appeared in the county court on Friday and the case was adjourned for a two-hour hearing on August 11.
- Last week 13 asylum seekers appeared in Luton Crown Court for a preliminary hearing.
- Police in Delhi said an Indian businessmen had been arrested and appeared in court on Friday when he was remanded in custody.
- The police did not want him to appear for the appellant, he said.
- I appeared in Worthing Magistrates court when Jack was given unconditional bail and told these facts to the court and the magistrate.
- They appeared in York Crown Court yesterday and were jailed for 12 months each.
- They appeared in magistrates court in Preston yesterday alongside five others.
- Another teen, who cannot be named for legal reasons, appeared in a youth court on the same day charged in connection with the incident.
- For that matter it might equally have been counsel who the defendant wished to appear for him.
- He appeared in Tauranga District Court and was remanded on bail to appear again in two weeks.
- The grey-haired defendant appeared in court wearing a white collar shirt and blue jeans.
- Although the matter has been called today, she has not appeared in the Court.
- He appeared in Bundaberg Magistrates Court on Saturday morning and has been remanded in custody until next month.
5.2(lawyer) comparecerto appear for the prosecution/defense — comparecer por la acusación/la defensa
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