In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(elements) combinarCooking (ingredients) mezclar(efforts) aunarthe two teams were combined — los dos equipos se integraron en uno
- she combines charm and intelligence — reúne encanto e inteligencia
- combined with the right accessories ... — con los accesorios apropiados ...
- this, combined with the fact that ... — esto, unido / sumado al hecho de que ...
- All of these elements combine to provide an amazing selection of gaming possibilities.
- The oxides are minerals that contain an element combined with oxygen.
- The aim of this technology demonstration system is to build a single unit that combines sensor components with advanced signal processing and target recognition tools.
- They've all combined to form a huge black cloud that is going to taunt me all day.
- Here was a small group of environment-friendly farmers combining to confront the forces of economic globalisation.
- All combined to create a feast of entertainment for the packed audiences who attended over both nights.
- You can get creative by combining elements of different pictures to construct a montage.
- New discoveries and old hands are combining to give this team the look of determination that will eventually bring the club a flag.
- The two sets of exams (6 modules in total) combine together to make your A-level grade.
- The efforts of students, teachers and parents combined to ensure that the event was one that would be remembered for a long time to come.
- All the readings are then combined to form an accurate image of the swiped finger.
- The last half of each run was then combined to produce an overall set of 50,000 points.
- The buildings around The Square are very varied in architectural style but combine well to create an attractive picture.
- For the batter, in a large bowl, combine the flour and salt.
- He outlined a vision of what the world could be like if it were freed of the curse of moral ambiguity and if the good could combine in common cause against war, terrorism, disease and famine.
- In bowl, combine remaining flour, club soda, eggs and whisk together.
- In a medium bowl, combine the almond flour and the confectioners' sugar.
- This may not have been a classic encounter, but there were some spells of brightness for both teams which combined to make it an enjoyable game.
- Their costumes and their shadows often combine to make them one entity, like black stone.
- All these factors are combining to put pressure on families to take more responsibility for their elders.
- The radiator and reservoir are actually a single combined unit, which appears to be made from aluminium.
- The face underneath was an assortment of species, all combined together to make up the hideously ugly face.
- Finally, adjacent age units that did not contain fossil specimens were combined into single age units.
- Just combine the following ingredients in a blender, purée until smooth and serve.
- Nonetheless, the basis of such unionism is rooted in the notion that as employees, workers combine together for the purposes of production and the provision of services.
- A Web service solution will often combine these technologies to achieve the desired level of security.
- Churches now combine what were once separate betrothal and wedding ceremonies into one.
- Energy conservation strategies were then combined to form bundled packages for the proposed building.
- Because the pattern of results was similar, the data were combined for the analyses reported here.
1(elements) combinarse(ingredients) mezclarse(forces/teams) unirse(companies) fusionarse
1(of companies)grupo industrial masculine
2US(coalition)alianza femininecoalición feminine
also combine harvester
- Avoid loaded truck traffic and overloaded combines and grain wagons.
- Just at the edge of Smith Center, a combine harvesting wheat throws out a storm of dust like darkness.
- Seeds also are spread by hay, combines, grain trucks, and in contaminated winter wheat seed.
- Farms expanded as the tools of production (tractors, combines, etc.) became larger allowing one person to do more work.
- Spending time adjusting the combine optimally and maintaining it in top condition pays off quickly.
- Iowa State engineers found that poorly adjusted combines can do far more damage than generally thought.
- Grassed field borders can provide a convenient location for unloading combines into trucks or grain carts, or for turning planters and other equipment around.
- The effects of low speeds are accentuated when combines are not properly adjusted.
- Thoroughly clean combines and other machinery before moving from fields.
- This involves stalling the entire machine while the combine is fully loaded in operation.
- Soil depressions caused by combines, grain carts, and tractors are major problems some years.
- Uneven flows will indicate improper adjustments and can result in increased grain damage or combine plugging.
- I can't conceive of a world in which combine harvesters will not be necessary.
- Possibly the custom combine was not sufficiently cleaned, or maybe it was from volunteer soybeans, dropped by equipment the previous year.
- Purge any leftover grains by running three to five bushels of organic grains through the combine before beginning the actual harvest of your organic crop.
- On fields with wide variability in growth and maturity, it may be advantageous to harvest it in sections, adjusting the combine to match the crop conditions in each section.
- The project was set up to determine how conventional and rotary combine operation impacts grain quality.
- We could spend a lot of time talking about precision adjustments for plows, tillage implements, grain drills, and combines.
- At this time of year in France thousands of acres of sunflowers are about to be harvested by giant combines.
- A combine harvesting wheat moves forward into a stand of the golden ripeness.
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