In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(feature, facet)aspecto masculinethis is the most worrying aspect of the situation — este es el aspecto más preocupante de la situación
- the security aspect — la cuestión / el asunto de la seguridad
- Beyond the financial aspect, there are now regulatory aspects associated with data and data retention.
- We want to be of service to our community, to become a clearing house for newsy features of all aspects of living in Japan.
- With the game nearing the final stretch of development, it is more crucial than ever that features and key aspects of the game get finalized.
- I do not accept that it is appropriate to release detailed, market-sensitive information about the financial and contractual aspects of the scheme at this stage.
- Most people's advice centred around the financial aspects of jobs.
- As a result, families are now bearing the main responsible for their children's education, particularly with regard to the financial aspects.
- The inspection also looked into the trust's financial aspects, accounts and performance management.
- While the session seemed to lessen some of the intrigue, city officials revealed little about financial aspects of the deal.
- Each tool kit offered advantages in certain aspects as well as features that were unique to each construction set.
- I think a regrettable feature of some aspects of the environmental movement is that it turns its back on technology.
- It also analyzes their financial position and certain aspects of financial change.
- Our research has found that schools are already teaching aspects of financial literacy and that many more opportunities exist in the curriculum.
- The show traditionally features aspects of country life, and this year is no exception.
- The financial aspects of exporting will be explained, and terms, conditions and procedures that could catch the unwary exporter off guard, will be made clear.
- Next we set about trying to ascertain exactly which features and aspects of the environment were responsible for causing these effects.
- This column is packed full of information and features about all aspects of careers, employment, recruitment and qualifications.
- In addition to the original trailer, there is a production featurette that discusses various aspects of the production.
- In addition to the key production and marketing issues, environmental and food safety aspects will also be featured prominently.
- For several years now I have applied the same finely-honed technique to all aspects of my financial life.
- We thank them all for their contributions, and we look forward to exploring some other features and aspects of their game in the coming weeks.
- He was in his thirties, a new teacher, and the red mop on his head and wide-rimmed glasses gave him the stereotype-geek aspect.
- A huge glass roof gives an interesting aspect to the bar area.
- Appearances apart, there is difference in quality aspects like lustre.
- The earliest vineyards were selected to provide a sunny aspect, commonly on a hillside slope, a sufficient depth of soil, and access to water for the roots.
- So there's a striking contrast between the grim aspect of the kitchens and vaults at ground floor level, and the movement of space and light at first-floor level and above.
- Outside, the delightful wooded gardens have extensive river frontage and a sunny aspect.
- A large window with a sunny aspect overlooks the rear garden.
3.1formal (orientation)orientación femininethe room had a north-facing aspect — la habitación estaba orientada al norte
- The dual aspect master bedroom has a dormer window overlooking the front garden and a Velux window to the rear.
- In stark contrast to the closed area of the courtyard or the hidden service realm the southern aspect of the house opens itself entirely to the mature garden below.
- This is a viewpoint sandwich stop with a southerly aspect.
- The curved feature of the exhibition has been designed to offset the northerly aspect of the building's position.
- The dual aspect master bedroom extends the length of the property and is fitted with a tiled fireplace and a wooden wardrobe with overhead presses.
- Across the hall is the master bedroom, which enjoys a south-westerly aspect and has high ceilings.
- The first reception room, a dual aspect family/dining room, is located on the ground floor and has a maple floor, recessed lighting and double doors to the garden.
- Completing the downstairs accommodation is a dual aspect dining room with another Adam-style fireplace and a bedroom which is currently used as a study.
- The dual aspect dining room is wallpapered in rich green and has views to both the front and rear.
- Planted with a southern aspect to take advantage of the low arc of the winter sun, it has trees, shrubs, herbaceous plants and dwarf bulbs.
- The dual aspect living room has polished wooden floors, an open fireplace with stone surround and a picture rail.
- To the right, the dual aspect living room overlooks the front garden through a bay window and has a picture window to the back.
- The drawing room has a picture window overlooking the front garden and French doors to the side, while the dining area enjoys a dual aspect.
- Slope aspect or direction of exposure may also influence surface runoff.
- To the right, the dual aspect living/dining room runs the length of the property, is decorated in neutral tones and includes a marble fireplace.
- To the right of the entrance hall is a dual aspect drawing room extending the depth of the house and featuring an Adams-style marble fireplace.
- The building has a northern aspect, with no apparent connection or doorway to the south, where the walls are built against bedrock.
3.2formal (view)vista feminine
- We show that these traditional models of perfective aspect cannot account for the aspectual system of Thai.
- It clarifies how developing inflections, particularly tense markers, align with aspect categories and how this association varies across proficiency level.
- It has something that is similar, but it is really a distinction between imperfective and perfective aspect.
- Much of complexity in the use of tense and aspect in English derives from the fact that the categories of perfective and imperfective allow a number of subcategories.
- The tense, aspect, or voice of verbs in academic writing often seems to be related to degrees of generality or relevance or to signal discourse functions like transition or foregrounding.
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