In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(attendance) obligatorio(saving/retirement) forzosocompulsory education — enseñanza obligatoria feminine
- compulsory liquidation — liquidación forzosa
- The completion of a training programme is now one of the compulsory requirements of the scheme.
- The literacy and numeracy strategies were not compulsory in primary schools.
- All he had to look forward to in this country was death, a prison camp or compulsory military service.
- The ID card should be compulsory from the age of ten.
- If voting were not compulsory, masses of people would abstain.
- According to the RIAA, Rosen clearly stated that compulsory licensing is not a good idea.
- The union fears that compulsory redundancies could be on the cards when the year-long change begins next April.
- What he can't do is to make attendance compulsory, or threaten that non-attendance will delay other qualifications.
- Learning it should be compulsory for a driver's licence.
- Britain is the only European Union state not to make a foreign language compulsory in primary school.
- Military service is still compulsory in Russia and men aged 18 serve two years.
- Medical inspections for schoolchildren become compulsory by law.
- Upon completion of compulsory service each soldier is assigned to a reserve unit.
- Any child subjected to compulsory schooling of any kind gets left behind intellectually.
- The documents also make it clear that BA cannot guarantee that compulsory redundancies will not be imposed.
- Education is free and compulsory between the ages of seven and thirteen.
- They are making teachers attend a compulsory course to enhance their computer skills.
- Now belief was essential and attendance was compulsory, at least in theory.
- Many parents believed that to give girls education beyond the compulsory age was a waste of money.
- The group were worried about what their children were going to do once they had finished compulsory education.
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