In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(time/duties) distribuir(costs/sum) prorratear(costs/sum) repartirthe blame was apportioned to them both equally — se los culpó / se les imputó la culpa a ambos por partes iguales
- there is little point in apportioning blame for the disaster — no tiene mucho sentido tratar de decidir quién fue el responsable del desastre
- The electoral college apportions political power in the country in such a way that results in the individual states are important, which is why we saw state-by-state maps on our TV screens and in our newspapers and websites.
- The two states that apportion electoral votes by district still gave all their votes to one of the two major-party candidates last year.
- In these cases, the companies' revenues were divided in half and apportioned between the two countries.
- That theory turned on the fact of a broad consensus that modern societies must allocate wealth and opportunity through economic markets and must apportion political power through the markets of multiparty elections.
- It is to be noted first that this regulation provides a discretionary power to apportion the benefit.
- The outcome will not only determine how governmental power will be apportioned over the next four years, but will also decide the makeup of the special committee that is supposed to rewrite the flawed Constitution.
- Although only labor and capital participate in the process, the income therefrom must be apportioned into three shares: as wages to labor, as interest to capital, and as rent to the landowner.
- Through Lebanon's unwritten National Pact of 1943, political power was apportioned between Christians and Muslims.
- The contract does not specify how the financing will be shared but merely apportions the amount of work, which he fears may be disproportionately large for the Bulgarian enterprise if they get the less skilled procedures.
- The success was divided and I am asked to apportion the 14 hours that are shown on the Bill of Costs.
- This 5% goes into the development company and is apportioned as dividend according to the shareholding.
- The power to apportion responsibility under the Law Reform Act 1945 afforded a far more appropriate tool for doing justice than the blunt instrument of turpitude.
- This is enhanced with an EBD (Electronic Brake Distribution) system that apportions the majority braking effort to either end of the car.
- The deal merely apportioned the cabinet posts among power contenders without dissolving the factional militias.
- Running your own shares portfolio is all about learning how to apportion your money in order to generate the best possible returns.
- Even as a revised commission lineup is being readied for early November, the question of how power is apportioned among the Commission, the Parliament, and national governments is more muddied than ever.
- Furthermore, the belief that multiple regression analyses will accurately apportion the contributions of smoking, increasing age, and other colinear factors has been shown to be unjustified.
- Census numbers are also used to draw political districts and apportion seats in Congress.
- The language is necessarily tortured in describing the 18,225 electronic scratch-ticket machines that would be apportioned according to a formula in the initiative.
- Should the road surface adhesion change when taking a corner, the efficient four-wheel drive system cuts in imperceptibly to apportion power according to grip and ensure that all remains under control.
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