In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(approaching)(year/week) próximo(week/year) entrantethis coming Monday — este lunes
- the parties are preparing for the coming election — los partidos se preparan para las próximas elecciones
- she was the only one to foresee the coming crisis — fue la única que supo ver la crisis que se avecinaba / que se preparaba
- What hints have been dropped in the past two issues about the events of the coming months?
- The behaviour of consumer spending over the coming months now holds the key to interest rates.
- Over the coming weeks they will be carrying out a survey on the streets of the County.
- These very extreme rainfall events are going to become more common over the coming decades.
- Correspondents say the device will redefine how the coming conflict will be reported.
- The trip proved so popular that the group hopes to plan a few more trips for the coming year.
- Information about the scheme is to be delivered to homes in the coming months.
- It is hoped the child will be taking his first steps on his own in the coming weeks.
- The new album should be in big demand when it goes on general release in the coming weeks.
- Suffice to say that it doesn't for a moment deter me from living and working in London this coming year.
- So yet again this coming bank holiday weekend is going to be a nightmare for a huge number of rail travellers.
- Now a decision has been taken to enter a second team in the league for the coming season.
- The plan will be opened up to locals at a special launch in the coming weeks on a date to be arranged.
- The couple said they will be organising lots of fundraising events over the coming year.
- Whether it is ever opened depends largely on what happens in the coming weeks.
- He is due to visit Britain in the coming weeks, to ask the group to decide if they want to press for an earlier trial.
- Some leaks have been found and it is hoped to check the complete area in the coming weeks.
- In the coming weeks he will discover whether the balance of power will allow him to dictate his own terms.
- It was a lovely occasion and it is hoped to hold a similar event in the coming months.
- If he is to heed that advice you can be sure he will be watching these two teams more than once or twice over the coming weeks.
2informal(promising)(executive/writer/politician) prometedorthe coming thing — lo que se va a llevar
- But the coming man of national Democratic politics, says the Observer, is the little-known boss of The Bronx.
- The coming man of English rugby talks to Matt about his two conversions: from league to union; and from drinker to thinker.
1llegada feminineReligion advenimiento masculine
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