In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Radio Sport Television
(on event)comentarios masculinecrónica femininebefore noun commentary box — cabina de comentaristas feminine
- For many years Radio Cambridgeshire has been the only radio station to provide live commentary of every home and away game.
- A small onstage screen will give a running commentary in English.
- He will also present other sports programmes for BBC London, fitting them into his schedule of commentaries for BBC Radio Five Live.
- It's a fast-paced mix of news, analysis, live commentaries and special reports.
- The commentary team went crazy for the second and third Mexico goals.
- Often, after the programme, he would fly to the continent to do the live commentary on a Sunday afternoon international.
- And that is why his television commentary this summer at both Wimbledon and the US Open was given favourable reviews.
- Thursday was the first day in-house ear pieces were on sale, allowing fans to hear the television commentary.
- Last season the station covered an amazing 1,336 games with live commentaries at 405 games, more than any other broadcaster ever.
- Green has been providing his unique commentaries for Radio Five since it started in 1994 and will continue to do so.
- The voice-over commentary covers his thoughts, a technique that can be dangerously indulgent.
- John Motson has been a television football commentator for the BBC since 1971, and has recently started doing radio match commentaries for BBC Radio Five Live.
- Gone are the days when we waited for the morning newspaper to fill in crucial gaps in the radio commentary of a cricket match.
- Live Cup commentaries from every round of the Cup on Radio Scotland and a significant number of ties streamed live on the Internet.
- There's also the chance to access a selection of live audio commentaries of football and rugby matches, from BBC radio teams in England and Scotland.
- In those days, when we had no tickets for the game and no TV, we'd stand by the stadium and listen to the radio commentary.
- Kuttner also does occasional commentaries for National Public Radio.
- He was probably the first man to broadcast ball-by-ball commentary on English radio, in 1927.
- During your flight your captain will give you a full commentary, describing the scene below.
- Sometimes my Dad would get annoyed with the cricket commentary on TV, turn down the sound and listen to the commentary on the radio.
- However she assisted her father Theon of Alexandria in writing his eleven part commentary on Ptolemy's Almagest.
- The broad crucial overviews in Section I are followed in Section II by commentaries on individual texts or authors.
- Today this commentary appears on the " inner " margin of virtually every Talmudic page.
- The commentary in the book describing the Ashmolean Museum Collection states that: Figure 4 above shows a bronze buckle from the Caucasus Mountains, from the Old Hellenic Period, found in Georgia.
- An editorial commentary by Levine and colleagues accompanies this article.
- Each is accompanied by the author's informative commentary which ranges from Roman roads to last century's shopkeepers.
- His stunning new commentary on Galatians is already making the same impact on Pauline studies.
- National made very specific comments in its minority report in the commentary on the bill.
- The Javanese system comprises thousands of Islamic boarding schools that have been set up to teach the core texts of Islam, along with critiques and commentaries on those texts.
- Here, in a 1535 commentary on Galatians 3: 13, Luther explains what took place on the Cross.
- We begin with a text commentary from director Ruzowitsky and lead actor Barnaby Metschurat.
- If only Brian Herbert would follow the example of Christopher Tolkien and publish the notes along with other commentaries.
- A competent catalogue with the usual high-quality illustrations and commentary accompanies the exhibition.
- Along the way Gray offers idiosyncratic commentaries on Chaucer, Pepys, Gibbon, Milton and Burns.
- Moreover, the author's commentary on events is sensible, and the work is well illustrated and attractive.
- Hoekstra, who was not involved in the new study, wrote an accompanying commentary in Nature.
- The commentary explains how all can live in Krishna consciousness even while performing the daily duties.
- The commentary to both texts notes that significant harm need not be substantial but must be ‘more than trivial’.
- The abbreviated text could be in Latin or Anglo-Norman French and was usually accompanied by a commentary.
- A good commentary on the text will raise these buried questions to consciousness.
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