In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1asentimiento masculineaprobación feminineasenso masculine formalto give one's assent to sth — dar su conformidad a algo
- (in UK) the royal assent — la aprobación / sanción real
- This doubt spreads to the narrator's reliance on the narratee's assent and approval.
- The most honourable manner of signifying their assent, is to express their applause by the sound of their arms.
- Her eyes held him steady and he breathed deeply before nodding in assent.
- For example, the voice actors issue pre-recorded phone calls and their conversations are such that all you can do is nod or assent.
- They indicate those objects toward which and those areas within which every human being is entitled to act without securing further permission or assent.
- Parental consent and child assent was received from all dyads.
- I nodded in assent, and slowly moved forward to embrace my coach, mentor, and friend in a gesture of thanks.
- A few murmurs of assent ran down the table's length at that remark.
- There were murmurs of assent before the messenger replied.
- These ordinances were read out before the community at a further churchyard meeting in September and received community assent.
- When it is a case of majority assent or approval, issues arise as to the effect on the minority.
- He stared at me for a moment, as if searching for the proper response, and then finally nodded in assent.
- Both ambassadors nodded assent, as did the Council President as he looked around the room.
- Everyone nodded and murmured their assent, and then began to shout out suggestions.
- The thesis received respectful attention, but it did not win assent or committed followers.
- It is a deviation from the party line, but a murmur of assent goes up.
- The others nodded their assent and went back to their respective homes.
- Imagine your private thrill when everyone in the congregation nodded assent.
- She is the sort of person who, if you called her an unregenerate hippie, might proudly nod assent.
- I nodded assent, and promptly closed my eyes and began to daydream.
1asentirexpresar su conformidadto assent to sth — expresar su conformidad con algo
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