In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(relations/studies/premises) comercialcommercial law — derecho mercantil / comercial masculine
- These agreements seek to apply commercial rules to all areas of policy, paying little regard to social or environmental impacts.
- The report found that Bulgaria had strict and wide-ranging banking, tax and commercial secrecy laws.
- A commercial agreement is between the parties concerned and should have nothing to do with what anyone else wants.
- These people were employed by the government in the lower levels of the colonial bureaucracy and engaged in local commercial activities.
- Residents voiced their concerns on the increased commercial development in the area in June when news of another development first surfaced.
- To that end, in 1991 the government awarded banking licenses to 16 new commercial banks.
- His approach is to take over ageing sites, invest in them and turn them into modern, highly attractive commercial concerns.
- It is now finalizing a commercial agreement with Spain's second largest airline.
- Such banks conducted the usual banking activities but their activities were confined to purely commercial transactions.
- Firstly, it seems that courts will protect commercial agreements made with the express object of preventing unwanted publicity.
- However, it was arguably the activities of commercial rivals, not concerns about bad publicity, which finally made the bank back down.
- This is a private commercial agreement between them worth millions.
- In the meantime, they and the proposed mobile providers would be engaged in commercial negotiations on rates.
- Will technological advances, fuel costs and environmental concerns bring back commercial sailing for cargo ships?
- For example, we moved into investment banking, and when commercial banking was opened, we moved into commercial banking.
- Accordingly, he arranged new commercial agreements with nearly a dozen countries in western and central Europe during his first two years in office.
- The structure of assets changed for another successive year, moving from treasury components to commercial banking.
- He said that as a state company, they might engage in commercial activities that could help finance its efforts to keep rice prices stable.
- The contract is subject to detailed conditions as laid out in the commercial agreement between Samtel and Thomson.
- Further, it is implicit in a commercial agreement of this kind that the terms of the new price structure are to be fair and reasonable as between the parties.
2(viable)it's not a commercial proposition — no es rentable
- Except that the purists say it's not opera, but rather some commercial manipulation thereof.
- I think it's a shame if people think Easter has become too commercial.
- Rahul is seen as a ‘serious’ actor who stars in art films rather than mainstream commercial Bollywood releases.
- They will be particularly disappointed if the field is found to be commercial after all.
- But rewind for just a second - when did student magazines become so commercial?
- I mean sometimes people get upset because we don't want to make something commercial.
- He had choreographed Broadway shows, and had become commercial and flamboyant.
- Today most of the films are having more of commercial value than quality and are packed with themes and scenes that can match the taste of youth.
- However, as Sue is a long-time reader rather than a passing commercial opportunist, we'll let her get away with it.
- However, Williams insists any decision concerning the player's future will be based on football issues rather than his commercial value.
- It celebrates not only Christmas but the artistic and commercial peak of the golden age of popular song writing.
- They call it hardcore, rather than commercial world music.
- There's an element that makes them very commercial yet still very cool.
- Seems to have been written as a book to exploit commercial interest rather than having much of anything to say.
- For the time being, such work pursues purely commercial purposes.
- In its most broad definition, Mr. James believes, to garden organically is to do so without the aid of commercial chemicals.
- An alternative to the commercial fungicide would be a mixture of baking soda and water.
- Most commercial chemical repellents contain either Deet or Permethrin.
- An incorporated trait of resistance to a commercial pesticide might conceivably show up in other plants.
- The shipping costs of both bulk chemicals and commercial formulas have been omitted.
- Almost 50 percent of the world's commercial hydrogen now comes from natural gas.
- Many also apply commercial nitrogen fertilizer, since there's no way to know exactly how much nitrogen is in the manure.
(advertisement)spot publicitario masculineanuncio masculineaviso masculine Latin Americacomercial masculine Latin America
2also commercial vehicle
Britishmasculine vehículo de transporte público
vehículo usado para repartos, transporte de mercancías etc
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