In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1capitularto capitulate to sb/sth — capitular ante algn/algo
- However, there is never an excuse for capitulating and surrendering the public interest to the dictates of the market.
- On Thursday morning, October 11, executives of the five networks issued a joint decision essentially capitulating to the government demand.
- This alone had made it possible to seize ocean bases from which to launch the final attack and force her metropolitan Army to capitulate without striking a blow.
- He also implied the Russian Government of Vladimir Putin should now capitulate to Chechen demands for independence.
- How many countries would capitulate to the overwhelming demands of the document?
- Furthermore, they have resisted capitulating to the world at large and remained faithful to the community of believers in Sardis.
- Despite its effectiveness, the CWU has capitulated to management demands that originally provoked the strike.
- The Company refuses to capitulate on its demands for four separate enterprise agreements to cover the different sections at Joy.
- On 20 June it capitulated, the garrison of 23,000 men surrendering, with vast quantities of stores.
- But, as hostilities begin, these non-military efforts to influence combine with military force until the regime capitulates.
- Of course it helps to have days like this, where one of Microsoft's most audacious business opponents finally capitulated.
- So great was the demoralization that formidable fortresses capitulated to mere cavalry units.
- The various forces converged in April 1945, and the Berlin garrison commander capitulated on 2 May.
- Pilot association members sacked their union executive last November for capitulating to government demands for staff cuts and huge concessions on wages.
- Their intention is apparently to use the weather to force the region to capitulate to their demands for regime change.
- Rhonda stands by her demand, and Philip capitulates, reluctantly agreeing to a December wedding.
- The fish yielded slowly, making powerful but short runs, eventually capitulating to the constant pressure of the line, rod and drag.
- An effort without ground action leaves the decision of when to capitulate with the enemy.
- On 29 May there was a bombshell - the Belgian army had capitulated, reducing further the perimeter around Dunkirk.
- Guerin's family wanted her off the beat, but her editors capitulated to her demands.
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