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(link)vínculo masculinebonds of friendship — vínculos de amistad
- the bond between mother and child — el vínculo afectivo entre madre e hijo
- a bond had formed between them — entre ellos se había creado un vínculo
- A day may come when the courage of men fails, when we forsake our friends and break all bonds of fellowship.
- Holidays like Thanksgiving give the opportunity to get together and celebrate familial bonds that are like no other.
- Conversations and bursts of laughter were tossed on the wind bringing them together in a common bond.
- The bond between the trade union movement and the Labour Party is a century old and was forged at the latter's birth.
- The country was always an unstable equilibrium, artificially held together by the iron bonds of an authoritarian and brutal regime.
- You understand friendship and very much respect its loyalty and bonds.
- It may also play a role in disorders such as autism, where people have difficulties forming social bonds.
- Yes, you can generate sales - but equally, you can generate goodwill or an emotional bond.
- The three of us have a bond that results from our love of our sports and our friends.
- I am a link in a chain, a bond of connection between persons.
- The strange bond that we recognise as the human-animal bond has long been a subject of fascination to those who are not animal lovers.
- The modern theme of friendship as with an emotional bond is brought into focus.
- His father pushed his sleeve up and tied on a rubber bond.
- I think there's a special bond of friendship that crosses party lines.
- So the question becomes, do we want these rising powers to be tied to us by bonds of mutual economic interest and shared prosperity?
- People who trust one another share a bond of faith and understanding.
- He added that he hoped the boy's death would help bind the community together in a shared bond of grief.
- He thought this gesture was a harbinger of the good old days when the Hindu and Muslim communities shared a special bond.
- The unskilled workers' contacts were with people whose common bonds were social rather than industrial in nature.
- Yoga's most valuable boon may be its ability to promote the bond between mother and child, both during and after pregnancy.
- He said stressed-out lawyers and Inuit communities share a common bond.
- If fans are pleased with the music they hear, they can provide feedback to works in progress, and form an emotional bond with the artist.
- But community demands more than simply emotionally satisfying bonds between individuals.
1.2(fetters)cadenasto break / burst one's bonds — romper sus (/ mis etc. ) cadenas
- Ropes tightened against bonds with the swell of the sea.
- He felt like a rabbit caged by a hunter's trap, unable to break free of the iron bonds.
- The wolf yelped and fell into his bonds, the chains tugging at his sore shoulders.
- Then she took a tangle of rope, tied all their legs together, and wove a long cord through those bonds.
- Dergoul also described the use of what was known as the ‘short shackle’ - steel bonds pulled tight to keep the subject bunched up, while chained to the floor.
- Her bonds were ropes on the hands, but her feet were chained together.
- He flung himself against his bonds, and the chains scraped across the stone with a rattle.
- She pulled off the rope bonds until she was completely free.
- Glumly, Ichiro nodded as he struggled with his iron bonds even though he knew they had been done too skillfully to let him escape.
- Rocking back and forth, he tightened every muscle in his body in an effort to break the bonds from the ropes.
- When his sleepiness clears from his vision, he sees his naked body, floating but restrained by unseen bonds.
- Two soldiers marched forward and restrained her with alloy bonds as three others came forward to take her suit.
- Steel Fists cut the bonds holding the three prisoners.
2.1(joint, seal)junta femininejuntura feminine
- Opposing this tendency is the covalent bond holding the HCl molecule together.
- Less energy is required to melt a solid than is needed to break the bonds in the molecules.
- As a result, the orbitals become deformed, weakening the existing bond between molecules.
- The moment of inertia is related to the mass of the molecule's atoms and to the bond distance.
- For example, electrons in a covalent bond are assigned to the more electronegative atom.
- A chemical reaction is simply breaking bonds between atoms and making new ones.
- A polyatomic molecule with bonds which are polar is not necessarily polar itself.
- Molecules have a definite structure, but the electron bonds that hold the atoms together are not rigid: they jiggle and wiggle and twist and stretch.
- When water is in the form of ice, the water molecules are moving very slowly and form strong bonds.
- Pairs of electrons that are not shared in covalent bonds are lone pairs.
- The electrons that are shared by the atoms to form the bond belong to one of these molecular orbitals.
- High temperatures are required, however, because the metal atoms grip the hydrogen with strong covalent bonds.
- At the heart of these intermolecular interactions are weak bonds between a hydrogen atom on one water molecule and an oxygen atom on another.
- Central to his image of science were the arrangements of atoms in molecules, and the bonds that held them together.
- With the exception of hydrogen (blessed with a single electron), an atom cannot use all its electrons to form bonds.
- A covalent bond is a bond formed when two atoms share a pair of electrons.
- To overcome the bonds that are present between the sodium and chloride ions and the bonds that are present between the water molecules, energy is needed.
- In hydrolysis these two ions are forced into the bond between the large molecules.
- To complete an octet, each oxygen must share two electrons in a covalent bond.
- New compounds are formed when the atoms within the molecule form a chemical bond.
2.4(in brickwork)aparejo masculine
- Like conventional bricks, adobes are laid in a running bond - an overlapping pattern - then mortared in place with adobe mud.
- Bricks shall be laid in running or stretcher bond with control joints as noted on drawings.
- The job requires a master mason to set the first course, grout bond beams, and install and tension the post-tension tendons.
- It is a welcome and thoughtful reprieve from endless stretcher bond, used in almost all other new buildings in the area.
- The walls of the pool enclosure are running bond brick with a three-brick corbel at the top of the parapet wall.
3.1(debt certificate)bono masculineobligación femininemy word is my bond — puedes fiar de / confiar en mi palabra
3.2(insurance contract)fianza feminine
- Insurance company capital-protected guaranteed equity bonds are life insurance-based and pay an amount of the increase in a specified stock market index.
- We have received quite a few e-mails over recent weeks about pensions, investments and insurance bonds.
- He says the insurance bond provides deserved protection for employees who put a lot into the company.
- When loans and bonds are imperfect substitutes on the balance sheets of banks, a rise of the interest rate resulting in a liquidity squeeze may reduce the amount of bank loans.
- Instead of doing that, they signed up to an insurance bond.
- Sparkes says the insurance bond was something very close to the workers' hearts.
- Each union must buy an insurance bond to protect members against fraud on the part of its staff, and must also meet stringent solvency regulations.
- ‘Top-slicing’ is another method of mitigating tax liabilities on draw downs from offshore insurance bonds.
4papel de carta masculine
de buena calidad
1(stick)adherirseto bond to sth — adherirse a algo
2(form relationship)establecer vínculos afectivosestablecer lazos afectivos
1(stick)to bond sth to sth — adherir / pegar algo a algo
2Business(goods) depositar bajo fianza
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