In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(cooperation)colaboración femininein collaboration with — en colaboración con
- That student reported this threat to a teacher who began an investigation in collaboration with the administration.
- This, she said, will not be done single-handedly but in collaboration with the other board members.
- The youth voucher pilot scheme will be run in collaboration with the region's youth health workers.
- The classes are run by the district councils and developed in collaboration with the Royal United Hospital NHS Trust.
- Once licensed, the new drug would be rushed into production in collaboration with a major pharmaceutical company.
- During the course of the year, the volunteers will be working in collaboration with the park to educate the public on cleaner habits.
- Working in collaboration with Swayam, young Kolkatans are lending their voices to the growing protest.
- Much of this expansion is to be through two-year Foundation Degrees, to be developed in collaboration with employers.
- The mammoth Dainik Bhaskar group, in collaboration with Zee, is all set to challenge the Times.
- The play is being written by Anthony Cullen in collaboration with students and teachers at St. Edward's.
- He has also worked in the North-east, in collaboration with Mizoram's Artists Society.
- AS's work will be put on show as part of an exhibition of work made by psychiatric patients in collaboration with professional artists.
- At the same time, the Mongolian Polo Association was formed in collaboration with the government.
- This body of artwork has been produced in collaboration with intelligent technology.
- He often works independently or in collaboration with other artists outside the studio.
- Sixteen years later, India built two submarines in collaboration with the West Germans.
- The stay was arranged in collaboration with a hotel school in Chateau Chinon on the outskirts of Beaune in the heart of the Burgundy region.
- Research in collaboration with Peugeot has developed propulsion units rather like hamsters running inside a drum.
- It enables students to use e-mail to conduct research, share information and work in collaboration with others.
- Detectives from North Yorkshire carried out the raids in collaboration with others from Halifax and Killingbeck, Leeds.
2(with enemy)colaboracionismo masculine
- Cast your mind back to the capitulation and collaboration which was Vichy France, Berlin Bear.
- Retraining the Army seems not only to be a waste of time, but is hampered by the fact it is tainted as an army of collaboration.
- He alleges he has information on security force collaboration with terrorist killers.
- It was later vilified for the extent of its co-operation with the regime, accused of collaboration.
- How were these experiences and memories of war, collaboration, and Auschwitz recorded?
- Trials for war crimes, collaboration, and genocide continued in several countries for many years after the war.
- In English, ‘quisling’ has since come to denote collaboration with the enemy.
- It exposes the wartime collaboration between the Vatican and the fascists.
- Any cooperation with Israel would be seen by many Palestinians as collaboration with the enemy.
- He knows that his collaboration in both wartime and personal events is morally questionable, and acknowledges this.
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