In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(arrangement to meet)cita feminine(with doctor, hairdresser) hora feminine(with doctor, hairdresser) cita feminineI have to make an appointment with my lawyer — tengo que concertar una cita con mi abogado
- I phoned the hairdresser's/doctor's to make an appointment — llamé a la peluquería/al médico para pedir hora / una cita
- do you have an appointment? — ¿tiene cita/hora?
- I've got an appointment at the hairdresser's at two — tengo hora / una cita a las dos en la peluquería
- he failed to keep the appointment — no acudió / no se presentó a la cita
- I can't go, I've got an appointment — no puedo ir, tengo una cita / un compromiso
- I have a dinner appointment — tengo (que asistir a) una cena
- we met by appointment at a cafe — nos dimos cita / nos citamos en un café
- The therapist then assigned homework and made an appointment for the next session.
- She made an appointment to see her GP the next day, taking along a list of matching symptoms.
- He made an appointment for us to return to the hospital the next day to see the specialist who was treating my wife's cancer.
- She has got me to go to hospital appointments by arranging dates, transport and so on.
- The doctor referred us to the clinic and we made an appointment for the two day counselling session that was required first.
- The Doctor ordered an ultrasound immediately and made an appointment to see Andy on that Saturday morning.
- We made an appointment for 2 weeks after that phone call to sit down and get things started.
- We were building a house in Isleworth, and I had made an appointment to meet a friend of ours on the site.
- Students who made an appointment are asked to go back and do so again.
- Many patients also wish to use email to book or cancel appointments, arrange non-urgent consultations, and request repeat prescriptions.
- I have been told they should have made an appointment before visiting and I am not obliged to tell them anything.
- A person ought to be capable of functioning well in everyday activities such as socialising, meeting appointments and keeping financial commitments.
- Parents may feel free to contact Mary at the school and arrange for an appointment to meet her.
- They hadn't made an appointment and nobody at the schools knew who they were.
- We felt she was a genuine caller and an officer made an appointment to meet her; the lady did not turn up.
- I have made an appointment with the director at the mental health trust to talk through what she is looking for and see how it could fit with my career plans.
- I phoned up my local private hospital, and made an appointment for the following Thursday!
- A friend of mine works in a hairdressers down the road so I made an appointment and off we went.
- We wait for someone who has made an appointment, and not kept it, or made contact.
- In the end, my sister-in-law made an appointment for him, and told him to stop being so pathetic.
2.1(act of appointing)nombramiento masculinehis appointment to the post was expected — se esperaba su nombramiento / designación para el cargo
- they sent her a letter of appointment — le mandaron el nombramiento
- The appointment of a trustee transforms the position of the investor.
- There are certain positions that I have the right to make appointments to for which there is no need to consult the warring parties.
- This practice is particularly important in appointments for public positions.
- Only one in four faculty appointments was to a full-time, tenure-track position.
- Alexander is currently posted in Moscow, his second appointment to Russia.
- This was his first visit to Bulgaria after his recent appointment to the position.
- Pat asked who was in a position to assess a referee from another county before his appointment.
- The statement said that the sudden appointments of new people to key diplomatic positions abroad was a cause of concern, as it could result in politicization of the diplomatic services.
- In his era, appointments to university positions in Britain were heavily influenced by religious considerations.
- And he then made a series of more or less statesmanlike appointments to senior positions.
- This is about the appointment of a second chief executive to a Taranaki public health bureaucracy.
- He asked for a Sense of Council regarding her appointment to this position, and it was positive.
- Recent appointments also are putting more dealer-friendly faces in key positions
- The intervening three years have failed to bring a second appointment.
- But principals are concerned at delays in a review of the staffing system proposed last year, as they want to know their allocations in time to make appointments for September.
- They could make appointments to local positions of influence, they could often grant titles and confer privileges, which would raise the local status of a corporation or individual.
- Accordingly the purchaser would be warned to insist on the appointment of a second trustee for his own protection.
- Moreover, when his appointments to the key positions of Secretary of State, National Security Adviser and Defence Secretary are examined, a clearer picture emerges.
- Her appointment, beginning on Monday, is the second key post to be given to a woman at North Yorkshire Police in recent weeks.
- He dedicates one chapter to describing the leader's grandsons' appointments to key positions in the government.
2.2formal (post)puesto masculineappointments in publishing — ofertas de empleo en el campo editorial feminine
- publishing appointments — ofertas de empleo en el campo editorial
- the post is a Presidential appointment — el titular del cargo es nombrado por el presidente
- she was a surprise appointment — fue un nombramiento inesperado
- before noun appointments bureau / agency — agencia de empleo
- The decor is unmistakably high class with the fixtures, fittings and appointments setting a relaxed yet cultured atmosphere.
- The first is that the people who spark objections are second-tier appointments.
- The table appointments are also of very high quality, with the black and silver chopsticks being exceptional.
- The sculpture depicts a throne chair flanked by an altar table, pulpit, offertory tables - in other words, by church appointments.
- The vast majority of the advisers are not civil servants, but political appointments hand-picked by ministers.
- The news comes in the wake of a national survey that found that one in five new secondary school appointments are rated as unsatisfactory by headteachers.
- In a country where career politicians usually fill Cabinet posts, his anti-establishment appointments caused a stir.
- The rooms are gracious, large, airy and furnished with elegant appointments.
- Repeat variations of the color in fixtures or other appointments for a cohesive look.
- Thereafter there will be debate about the new appointments among the cabinet and provincial premiers.
- Each suite is authentically furnished with appointments directed to personal comfort.
- Published papers are also distributed to selected appointments, so your work has a good chance of reaching the right eyes.
- In her update of Olympia, entitled Tribeca, an older, clothed woman and a naked young man of Asian descent sit in a loft space furnished with modern appointments.
- While he is recognized for these fanciful appointments, he did more than build furniture.
- Its rooms are tastefully and luxuriously furnished, with appointments not normally available at these prices.
- Section 91, which allows for a maximum of two appointments from outside the National Assembly, is limited to Cabinet ministers.
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