In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(of human, animal)cuerpo masculinebody size — estatura feminine
- body temperature — temperatura
- body type — tipo somático
- body weight — peso
- Loss of libido may be caused by physical changes to your body as a result of cancer treatment.
- Their physical bodies and ethical convictions were put to the test on a daily basis.
- While human bodies have skeletons of bones, our cells have a framework made of a filamentous network.
- The dry period is an important opportunity for the animal to recharge her body reserves prior to calving.
- Elena is unique among humans, not merely because of her wings, but because of her body structure.
- The more evolved and healthy the human body is, the greater the number of crystalline structures found throughout the physical and subtle bodies.
- Forensic anthropology is primarily concerned with identifying bodies through examining their bones and any flesh that remains.
- Relief workers say there is a high danger of epidemics because many bodies and rotting animal carcasses have not yet been disposed of.
- The shape of our bodies and their organs, our hormones and the brain centers that control them, determine our sex.
- This network has been borrowed many times in the course of evolution to build new structures in animal bodies.
- This type of lung cancer grows more quickly and is more likely to spread to other organs in the body.
- It can also occur as a normal response to a low body temperature caused by exposure to the cold.
- They are organs without bodies, rather than bodies without organs.
- Most of us have been taught to think of our body as a physical structure, isolated from everything else.
- The only reason dragons could kill these creatures was because they do have physical bodies, and that body can be slain.
- Guidelines from the Royal College of Pathologists allow mortuary technicians to dissect bodies and remove organs in the absence of the pathologist.
- Bourgeois reforms differentiated human bodies from animal bodies and animal pleasures.
- The western medical model tells us that the body consists of organ and hormonal systems.
- It most often affects the brain and liver, but it can hurt all organs of the body.
- We're basically conditioning our physical bodies to run with our spirits when we cast away the mundane and fly into the world of ritual.
- The entire body and limbs were covered with a thick fine hair or wool curling tightly to the skin.
- This does not mean that they put their arms on the floor, but rather they should be kept close to their main bodies.
- Soon, we were all laughing until we collapsed on the sun warmed wood of the old dock, limbs and bodies piled haphazardly on each other.
- Small rodents with cylindrical bodies and short limbs, adapted for burrow-living.
- They are in fact hacked apart: heads without bodies, horses without legs and hooves and dismembered riders.
- The normally calm, sleepy pool at Dalry was a mass of thrashing flippers, heaving bodies and random limbs.
- She had to hold her body still while her limbs snapped around her as if they were made of string.
- This almost always involves shooting the offender in the trunk of the body!
- Her arms suddenly locked his limbs to her body, and she pointed a gun straight at his temple.
- There were bodies that were broken and burnt; bodies with missing limbs.
- In order to make her man happy, the mermaid has false limbs attached to her body which render her unable to swim.
- This group developed elongated bodies and reduced limbs as an adaptation to a completely aquatic existence.
- Hundreds of limbs protruded from its body and two large black wings were folded on its back.
- Symptoms range from slowness of movement, stiffness of the body and limbs, and tremors.
- He recalls how his body ached, his limbs went limp and he was too weak to walk.
- His body and limbs were made of tree branches, his head was made of a large fir-cone and he had hair made out of leaves.
- Occasionally heads sit oddly on their bodies, and swollen limbs meet their trunks awkwardly.
- A pregnant woman needs exercise to keep her body and limbs supple and agile to ensure easy labour.
- The three continued to entangle themselves, and at times appeared literally as a pile of limbs and bodies constantly churning.
- Secondary infection may occur as a result of bites being scratched, although bites may also become infected by the bacteria carried on the bodies or limbs of the lice or in their faeces.
1.3(corpse)cadáver masculinea dead body — un cadáver
- They didn't arrest Scott until April 18, when the bodies washed up in the bay.
- The blood from the dead vampires had been washed away and the bodies were no where to be seen.
- Her body washed up on a beach 20 miles away from Nazare last Saturday and a funeral was held last Wednesday.
- He emphasizes that their dead bodies, their corpses, will fall in the wilderness.
- I think that was the case the moment the bodies washed up in the San Francisco Bay.
- One of the bodies washed on to the shore was that of Arthur Ball.
- I realized today that, all week, I've been referring to the dead I've seen as bodies and corpses.
- Last March, near the south coast of England town of Eastbourne, a body washed ashore.
- He wraps her in a sheet like a corpse and carries her body to the abandoned abbey near the manor.
- The pair were drowned, their bodies found washed up on the shore near Viareggio on August 14th 1822.
- Steph recounted the sadness of having to tell the wife and daughter of a Sri Lankan hotelier that his dead body had been washed up.
- You know, the case is more complicated than her body washing up a mile from his boat.
- Behind him, she hopped from corpse to corpse, looting the bodies.
- Rhea untangled herself from the arms of the headless body and pushed the corpse aside.
- Silverdale, where some of the bodies washed ashore, is a beautiful spot.
- They ran over the dead grass, now strewn with dead bodies and corpses.
- After more than a week, two bodies were washed up on the shore.
- There are still tens of thousands missing, their bodies presumed to be washed out to sea.
- Rescuers on naval boats were searching for bodies that were washed away from the scene of accident, Reddy said.
- Then for the next 8 hours during the second stage I evacuated corpses or dead bodies.
2.1(main part)(of plane) fuselaje masculine(of ship) casco masculine(of hall) nave feminine(of stringed instrument) caja feminine
- The board apologised for the error, but added the instructions were correct further on in the main body of the text.
- It was then alleged that there was a brief dispute there with a group of four other workers and a foreman, who were handling the car bodies and were about to finish the setup work.
- Taking up so much of the roof area, it has to stay sealed with the glass permanently in place to maintain the car's body rigidity.
- The caravan was extensively damaged by the collision with the main body separated from the axle.
- But you can't tackle that without bringing people into the body of the main culture.
- It looked prehistoric, with its long nose and tail section and armour-plated body.
- Mr Miles was able to turn the clock body and the main column but then had to fashion the square base, carve four lion heads to go on the base and a crown to go on the top.
- The main body of the house had been gutted, but the pavilions remained intact.
- The main body of the house was two storeys high, with a central tower adding a third level.
- However, within the Faraday cage of a Peugeot 307 car body, it doesn't perform.
- Most fossil crinoids have the main visceral body raised above the sea floor by a stem, also called a stalk or column.
- The designs in question were designs for spare parts for cars, including body panels.
- This requirement has been withdrawn from the final report, although it remains within the body of the text.
- I saw a portion of the engine and the wing separate from the main body of the aircraft.
- Indexing flats on the tailcap and main body of the light make this easy to do, even in darkness.
- The main body is made from silk and then the mosquito nets are pleated and ruched over the top.
- Headings in bold type naturally lead the eye to the photo captions contained within the body of the text.
- The Scotch Blue bottle has a slender neck and a cylindrical main body, as has Ballantine's.
- An online version of the print article may include only the text from the body of the article.
- If it is possible to include the appropriate text in the body of the e-mail message itself, great.
- This is followed by the plaiting of the 12 strand main body of the outside surface of the whip.
- One car has a little bit different style body than the other car.
- Plenty of them are either next door to the landlord or, indeed, within the body of the main house itself.
- They loaded the bodies on to military aircraft to take home to their families.
- Does the main body of text immediately follow the title, or does it begin on the next page?
- The bad weather and choppy waves meant the ice was breaking up; the piece of ice they were on had broken away from the main body.
- Curiously, there is no attempt to integrate these points into the main body of the text.
- In many cases more detailed descriptions are to be found in the body of the text.
- As indicated in the main body of the text Schedule 4 of the Competition Act 1998 is to be repealed.
2.2Motor Vehiclescarrocería feminine
2.3(majority, bulk)the body of sth — el grueso de algo
- And I even think that it is only from a body of good followers that good leaders are likely to arise.
- No body of MPs is likely to vote against the view of the British electorate, even assuming it had the theoretical power to do so.
- The Sporting Trust is an independent body that organises sporting functions to raise money for cancer.
- Affinity groups form the basic decision-making bodies of mass actions.
- With sovereignty diffused from the king's body out into the multiple bodies of the nation, the old codes of readability broke down and new ones had to be elaborated.
- The decision to support it has not been taken by any of the collective bodies of the Russian Academy of Science.
- A major distinguishing characteristic of advisory bodies is their independence.
- Some form of hybrid body that was distinct from both central and local government seemed to offer an ideal solution.
- Hcuk is the main representative body uniting over half a million Hindus in the UK.
- Meanwhile, the two main farm bodies are to meet with the banks and finance companies to discuss the impact of the severe weather on farmers.
- The country's two main farming bodies are involved in a race to provide cheaper phone calls to their members.
- Once upon a time you could negotiate but now it seems some sort of ruling body covers all the cars at Don Muang.
- Maddy Jago is Chief Officer of the New Forest Committee, an umbrella organisation representing all the main bodies that care for the forest.
- Most medical bodies apart from the BMA are underresourced and naive when it comes to public relations.
- Public bodies, apart from the council, which support them do so on the basis they will continue as community groups.
- We have inducted fresh faces, critics among them, into UMNO's main bodies, including the governing supreme council.
- The state has to realise the corporate bodies cannot function like charitable organisations.
- Disputes arise from time to time between state education authorities and religious bodies because of the desire of the latter to have their own schools within the state system.
- The principal bodies will be examined in Chapter 5, with a particular focus on the main treaty-monitoring bodies.
- He holds positions in five public bodies and organisations, and owns a flat in Sha Tin held under his wife's name.
3.2(unit)we must act together as a body — tenemos que actuar unidos
- they're a fine body of men — forman un magnífico equipo
- the body politic — el cuerpo político
3.3(collection)a body of evidence — un conjunto de pruebas
- a body of law — un cuerpo legal / de leyes
- a growing body of opinion supports this view — una creciente corriente de opinión apoya este punto de vista
3.4(mass)masa femininea body of water — una masa de agua
- These are examples of a growing body of research that suggests humans have an affinity towards nature.
- It is the corporate media who has and continues to influence and control the minds of the mass body of people in the United States.
- It's clear that it would a strategic body of water to block, but why is it apparently so easy to do it?
- Legal codes are huge bodies of code on which very little garbage collection has been performed.
- The Troumassee river once existed as a significant body of water with an abundance of aquatic life.
- If such a body of belief exists, I would totally reject it, as would all of my friends.
- So while you want someone who will compile a comprehensive body of work, you do not want that person to overdo it.
- I've heard very few that are actually as compelling as the artist's main body of work.
- Anyway if you regard the body of work on the album ignoring the College Dropout theme this album is way ahead of the pack.
- His lengthy introduction is an ominous, unworthy and unrepresentative opening to an impressive body of work.
- There are some which have a general and almost constant operation upon the collective bodies of society.
- The collection of such large bodies of data limits the social and biological variables that can be recorded.
- Different bodies of water have different amounts of salt mixed in, or different salinities.
- We will face the shadow side of American power by examining the growing body of evidence for cover-up and complicity.
- A vast body of evidence from previously unavailable sources has been collected.
- I admit I respect his body of work but every now and then I'll send him an e-mail just to wind him up.
- Finally, there is a five-metre body of water that I'll inelegantly call a flop pool.
- It's hard to believe that someone with such an extensive body of work is only just now putting out his first album.
- However, a healthy body of evidence would appear to contradict my assertion.
- With Horace the body of criticism is a veritable totem pole whose foundation goes back to ancient times.
4(object)cuerpo masculinea body in motion — un cuerpo en movimiento
- OK, the earth and Venus, they're roughly an earth mass, so there's clearly a distribution of bodies of different masses.
- Apples fall to the ground; so do material objects and unsupported bodies.
- One contains constrained bodies that fall slowly, the other pendulums that repeat their motions again and again.
- The laws predict the mutual force between all bodies of mass, but they cannot explain that force.
- At this point Aristotle observes that substances - material bodies - are in a sense composite.
5(density)(of wine, fabric) cuerpo masculine(of hair) volumen masculine(of hair) cuerpo masculine
- It will also remove a great deal of the fullness and the body from the hair giving it a sleeker look.
- But it's the structure and body of this wine that really make it stand out.
- Hallmarks of quality are fullness of body, balance of acidity, and persistence of flavour.
- They describe the teas in terms of light, medium, and full body as well as in terms of taste.
- The wine itself is rather fuller in body and more alcoholic than Chianti, reflecting its warmer production zone.
- Light in colour and light in body, it is a really approachable wine.
- It proved an excellent choice; full of intense flavours with a rich, warm body.
- I prefer to choose my wine pairing not on colour but on texture and body.
6informal, dated(person)tipo masculine informaltipa feminine informalhe's a funny old body — un bicho raro informal
- There were two main bodies interested, one a builder from Castlebar, the other in the same trade from Westport.
7(body stocking)body masculine
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