In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(list/table) cronológicoin chronological order — en / por orden cronológico
- Here is a rough chronological list of the members of the Dialectical school.
- Furthermore, a mostly chronological account, while sensible, sometimes works against dramatic storytelling.
- How they felt, and coped, and suffered and celebrated is what I always want to know, not just a chronological outline of events.
- The writer's intention is that, filled with chronological accounts of important events, his work should persist till universal dissolution.
- The back of the card should contain a chronological listing of the dates the dog came in and the prices charged.
- Prior to that date no chronological diary appears to have been written of the decisions (of all kinds, both economic and strictly religious) taken by the Society.
- The story is the chronological succession of events that serve as the foundation or the building blocks of the narrative.
- Clarke writes briskly, his narrative strictly chronological, starting with Judy's parents and ending with her funeral.
- Consequently, readers seeking a more traditional chronological narrative of political events might need to look elsewhere.
- Kala's book is not straight chronological biography.
- Nearly 90 paintings and drawings are displayed in 11 rooms, organised thematically within a loosely chronological sequence.
- The narrative of the exhibition is broadly chronological, overlaid with a thematic approach.
- The records are lovingly arranged in his home in chronological order.
- It was one of those chronological lists of events in a chart, now known as timelines for some reason to do with management-speak or computers.
- Rogers explores the number of different ways Page is thought about through a loosely chronological record of her life.
- A chronological resume provides a clearer picture of a person's past achievements, they say.
- The events are presented in chronological order of occurrence.
- Penberthy's initial decision to put the poems in chronological sequence of composition established a solid reference point, a relatively easy plan to conceive and a very hard one to carry out.
- He provides the reader with a riveting, impartial, and chronological account of events on the ground.
- The chapters, which followed a chronological order, were basically chapters on the history of politics and ideas.
- McAdams's story proceeds mostly as a chronological narrative of events on the island, from the earliest planning of the facility to its eventual closure at the end of the war.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.