In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(performance)concierto masculinerock concert — concierto de rock
- concert performer — concertista
- concert tour — gira de conciertos
- Symphony concerts have fallen off the map of cultured people's consciousness.
- She is an experienced orchestral player and has given several concerts with the Lim chamber music trio.
- I would love to return to Ireland one day to sing concerts of arias and Irish songs.
- In this bleak midwinter, no art looks ahead to the New Year with less confidence than orchestral concerts.
- I was a bin man at the time and I also used to go to concerts at Wallington Public Hall.
- He was a tireless campaigner and performer at benefit concerts over many decades.
- Last week I was talking about some of the big musical concerts coming up in the region.
- Of these, up to 300 groups will be invited to perform at concerts in Birmingham in July.
- People can go to concerts, music performances and drumming workshops or a silent art auction.
- The groups are set to perform numerous concerts throughout the year either in the centre or Dalton church.
- He will be teaming up with the English Symphony Orchestra for two concerts in July.
- They joined forces with the Kurume Shinai High School to perform several concerts.
- Public concerts were mostly on a small scale and often given in the main room of a tavern.
- As part of the troupe, she toured Europe and performed in several major concerts.
- Boccherini and Manfredi next went to Spain, where they played in opera performances and concerts.
- The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra gives two concerts in its farewell tour with Mariss Jansons.
- The band has performed at several concerts abroad and is at present recording its third album.
- He has packed the concerts with his soft pop mates and ignored musical stars from cultures different to his own.
- If you are very lucky, you may even be able to get hold of some tickets for one of the concerts or other live performances staged here.
- Pop concerts present very different safety and public order issues to football.
2in concert(performing live) en vivo(performing live) en concierto(in combination) conjuntamentetheir voices were raised in concert against the new law — protestaron al unísono contra la nueva ley
- Although at least the government was now in one place rather than scattered around the Loire, this also made it easier for Reynaud's opponents to concert their activities.
- In total, 653 exchanges now have a trigger level which, if converted into firm orders, will result in BT Wholesale concerting the exchange to DSL.
- Both Salandra and Sonnino in 1915 and Mussolini in 1940 believed it possible to fight a ‘parallel war’ without concerting strategy with their allies.
- The basic units for concerting opinion at the launch of the CoR were the national delegations which, like the ESC Groups, are resourced by the CoR to meet regularly to discuss the Committee's work programme.
- After that several of the city's western sections began to organize for an insurrection, their primary assemblies refusing the Convention's instructions to disband, and concerting defiant denunciations of its ballot-rigging.
2concerted past participlecoordinadoconcertadowe'll have to make a concerted effort to … — tendremos que coordinar / concertar nuestros esfuerzos para …
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