In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(occur)(problem/opportunity/difficulty) surgir(difficulty/opportunity/problem) presentarsethe occasion never arose — nunca surgió / se presentó la ocasión
- if the need arises — si fuera necesario
- should the question arise — si se plantea la cuestión
- to arise from / out of sth — surgir (a raíz) de algo
- the disagreement arose from a misunderstanding — el desacuerdo surgió (a raíz) de un malentendido
- Considerable debate has arisen over their origin, and many explanations have been given.
- I reject also that it is a result which arises from the application of common sense.
- The police argue that some of the tactical errors arose out of more fundamental problems with the system that need to be addressed.
- The second is that very complex collective behaviours can arise from simple parts.
- Identifying the tissue of origin for tumors arising in and around the biliary tract is particularly problematic far the pathologist, due in part to the anatomy of the region.
- Although there was some conflict with others arising from his behaviour he was described as cheerful and bubbly.
- From January to June this year there have been 50 deaths arising out of 47 accidents.
- The Walkman arose from a coincidental brainwave by Sony's three famous co founders.
- The main example in practice arises in relation to pension schemes.
- The review was undertaken by Mr Prasifka's office after a number of issues that had arisen since his original determination in early 2001.
- Her arrival brings a clash of ideas and cultures, the comedy arising from the continuing conflict.
- It is about correcting an unintended consequence that may have arisen out of the original drafting of the bill.
- Practitioners who seek immediate answers cannot embark on a systematic review every time a new question arises in their practice.
- This is not simply the kind of conflict that arises from wanting to do two things in time adequate for only one of them.
- In all probability this was the result of the intensification of practices arising in earlier periods.
- It might be assumed that the birds' near-universal distribution led to comparable practices arising independently in different localities.
- This practice arose with the change in value of the preceding vowel at the time of the Great Vowel Shift, after which the final e fell silent.
- An informaticist service could perform this function, helping health professionals to answer questions arising in practice.
- These different ideologies and practices have arisen since the collapse of the Soviet system.
- No important point of principle or practice arises and no other compelling reason exists for an appeal.
- This is an assessment of the general damages arising from the second incident.
- The reason for the stay arises from the following circumstances to which the defendant has sworn.
- The insurance will cover damages arising as a result of an accident, medical costs, expatriation but not the theft of personal property.
- Conflict will only arise if we practice prejudice against either wisdom or faith.
- This regret did not arise as a result of the questioning of such practices among the medical profession itself.
- A claim is defined as a claim for damages for negligence arising out of a motor vehicle accident.
- Other results arose from his study of how to defend against kamikaze bombers.
- The dispute arose from a one day walk-out in 2001, which was called after employees were balloted on a pay cut.
- Having made the technical correction may I now explain how it arises under the original agreement?
- Your Honour, the issue arises because of the practice of adducing evidence from an expert by means of tender of a report.
- Unfortunately, a more insidious practice has arisen.
- Coroner Nicholas Rheinberg said the accident arose from a chain of tragic incidents.
- The first application arises from an action for damages against the Northern Territory.
- Similar practices arose in other east European states, China, and Cuba.
- Experts said it was lucky that up to now the city had not had any accidents arising from leaking radiation.
- Holders should be liable for damages arising from the loss of a card until the consumer notifies the issuer.
- Doctors are encouraged to recognise and reflect on the philosophical questions arising during clinical practice.
- It was a well attended meeting and what arose from it was the success of the youth discos over the year.
- There could also have been analysis of the mental health questions that arise from conflict.
- Events proved him wrong, but by then the damage arising from this false postulate was done.
2.1literary (rise up)(wind) levantarse(storm) desencadenarse(storm) levantarse(cry) alzarse literary
- Glancing at Rick, Vivian arose and he stood chuckling and glancing at her mother in triumph.
- I arose on wobbly legs, stumbled to the board, and watched my life pass in front of me.
- His spine straightening as he arises, he takes the hand of the concertmaster and grasps it briefly.
- The next day, Christina arose to find that Michael had risen early and vanished into his office.
2.2archaic (get up)levantarse
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