In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1el gran capitalthe Government has again given in to big business — el Gobierno ha vuelto a ceder ante el gran capital
- to be big business — ser un gran negocio
- We must not let the politicians and big business hide behind these tragic events to attack the working class.
- So internet dating is big business, and growing in credibility year on year.
- IP is now big business, and in big business the regulatory aspect comes to the fore.
- To side with big business against environmental regulation does these countries no credit.
- You could say Don is grateful at being awash in support and cash from his friends in big business.
- The countryside is changing and strawberries are big business, explains Pentabus.
- The decision of big business to enter the pharmacy retail sector is not an issue.
- Modern rugby is big business and it is vital to have men with the right background at the centre of the game in Scotland.
- Irish nightclubs are big business but public order concerns are threatening to cut short the party.
- One of these views of the film will dominate depending on how you see the world of big business.
- It was becoming big business and I remember saying to a pal that, if we wanted, we could take over the town.
- The first is the face of big business, with every comfort and amenity at its disposal.
- They say the summit's aims of free trade and open borders help big business and hurt the poor.
- The charges are a sweetener for big business to move into privatised waste collection.
- A group set up to help children get a helping hand from big business has closed.
- What the American experience tells us is that farmers' markets are big business.
- Others question his knowledge of small firms, suggesting he only knows about big business.
- Dieting has become big business, with everything from pills to soaps which claim to fight the flab.
- Yet when it comes to voting, they choose the interests of big business over their own.
- They are ineptly led and cut off from important sections of big business by their line over Europe.
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