In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(involve, connect)vincularshe was associated with the movement — estaba vinculada al movimiento
- he refused to be associated with the scheme — no quiso tener nada que ver con el asunto
2(link in mind)(concepts/phenomena) asociar(concepts/phenomena) relacionar
1to associate ( with sb) — relacionarse ( con algn)
1(in business, profession)colegaa business associate — un asociado (/ socio etc. )
- She turned the phrase over in her mind, trying to associate this broken city with the word ‘home’.
- Because of its connection to rain and water, the frog was also associated with the cleansing and healing powers of water.
- ‘People always associate inner cities with social problems, but there are a lot of good things about these areas,’ he said.
- Traditional banks are associated with wealth and profit; food banks with poverty and scarcity.
- We thank everyone who was associated with this walk for their support.
- The party is not associated with concern for the environment or for the developing world.
- Danny Gill said the cake sale on Sunday was a most successful event and he thanked all who were associated with the event.
- While judges may have associated severe sentences with deterrence, the connection was not necessarily valid.
- The reception would be a highlight of the year and he thanked all who were associated with it.
- The pub has been associated with the regatta for many years, and became involved in organising it after it was cancelled a couple of years ago.
- Two memories I have of my father are associated with it.
- She's also getting the hang of associating signs with people.
- The system is often associated with snow in the mountains, although according the spokesperson, snow in Johannesburg would be unlikely.
- People have always associated the mind with the technological fad of the moment.
- Since the Romantics, the life of the mind has been associated with solitude, anguish and inner division.
- It was very well supported and sincere thanks to all who were associated with the day.
- ‘That is how we lose the passengers' faith and money and our name is associated with only negative emotions,’ a Balkan flight attendant said.
- Political and social cohesion were strongly associated with past economic success, and in a weak global economy most didn't want to rock the boat.
- This kind of system associates capitalistic criteria with social criteria, which will be in conflict.
- Cole slaw is possibly associated with Southern food because it so frequently accompanies barbeque.
- Even the term cyberspace renders an absolute connection, associating digital experiences with spatial descriptors.
- Milk is inescapably associated with new life, emerging from the body of a mother animal for the purpose of nourishing her own newborn young.
- These meetings had come to occupy a part of Kara's mind that associated them with dentists and GP appointments.
- Well I mean this is a radio program so you can't see all the visuals that were associated with that.
- This album is forever associated with my 31st birthday.
- Ever since my forced childhood stint in Sunday school, I had associated the Gospels with stories about ancient men in dusty tunics.
- However, these instances of the combination of research methods are associated with just one research strategy.
- They can tell us so much about the people who were associated with the church in previous times.
- And so being associated with that, being able to help shape that, was important to me.
2(member of professional body)colegiado masculinecolegiada feminine
3(in US legal firm)
abogado que aún no es socio de un bufete
1(member) no numerario(director/professor/editor) adjunto masculine US
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