In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(end)conclusión femininethe project has been brought to a successful conclusion — el proyecto se ha llevado a feliz término / a una feliz conclusión
- his words brought the meeting to an early conclusion — sus palabras precipitaron el término de la reunión
- in conclusion — para concluir
- Similarly, the three daily periods of prayer at Taize lack any formal conclusion.
- The Bush Administration is committed to seeing this process to its conclusion, starting with the President.
- Dancing in the street at the Festival Finale for All on Sunday brought the inaugural three-week event to a festive conclusion.
- Wembley in 1979 witnessed the most extraordinary conclusion of any Cup final, and the drama remains etched in the participants' minds.
- Also included is an alternate ending that isn't quite as good as the final film's conclusion.
- It is one of the segments which doesn't have a firm, romantic conclusion, instead the final status of their relationship is left kind of ambiguous.
- It all adds up to a final, crushing conclusion in their friendship.
- So the fact that I ended up extremely dirty at the conclusion of the event was no big deal to me.
- The agent is now saying there is ‘considerable interest’ in the house, so there's likely to be a conclusion to this dreary process soon now.
- The life force, the pulse carries you along to the final, exhausting conclusion.
- The final conclusion to the story arises due to the fact that the protagonist has affected others while in pursuit of the object of their desire.
- I may have had some brief conversation with my parents but the night's final conclusion was a dive for my bed, where I stayed unmoving until daybreak.
- But perhaps the only way for Sweeney to stop his terrible acts of revenge is to get caught - and the story reaches its final, dramatic conclusion.
- Don't you see Kate; everything that I've done has been working toward this final conclusion.
- At the conclusion of the event, attendees will exchange their Sergio Day gifts as they enjoy the stupendous Sergio Aragonés fireworks display.
- I really would have liked to follow the French theme to its natural conclusion and finished my meal with crêpes Suzette, but we were both rather full.
- It brings to a conclusion a number of events held throughout the year to mark the centenary of Canon O'Hanlon's death.
- The rapid and final conclusion of figure skating's latest scandal could only have happened with IOC interference.
- This means that as of today, he has just one audition to go - which means we are all closer to the conclusion of this process than the beginning, still an amazing idea.
- The sounds and beats around me get louder in one final conclusion.
1.2(of contract, treaty)firma feminine
- And then the United Nations with Troika helped the Angolans to bring that peace process to a conclusion.
- Some even say the alliance could include Iran, and point to India's recent conclusion of a strategic agreement with that country as a sign of things to come.
- If you wish to supplement your written submissions with further written submissions, then you will have an opportunity to do that within seven days of the conclusion of oral argument.
- In December, Japan and the EU signed a provisional accord that opened the way for conclusion of the final pact.
- China is also expected to start full-scale talks for conclusion of an free trade agreement with ASEAN.
- The IIG will ensure speedy conclusion of loan agreements and implementation of infrastructure projects.
- To the PA, Sharon is above all a challenge to the successful conclusion of the peace process.
- The second fund, which is undergoing conclusion of legal agreement procedure, will be designated only for Bulgaria.
- The success of this Convention depends on conclusion of such AGREEMENTS.
- China has voiced outrageous claims to Japanese territory that was officially returned to Japan after its conclusion of an agreement with the US.
- These are our NATO membership in May, and the conclusion of the negotiation process with the European Union at the end of autumn 2004.
- The final conclusion of an ongoing investigation into the oil-for-food scheme would help the public to understand its complexities, the UN chief said.
- In 1665, a bitter dispute over mineral rights with the Portuguese governor of Luanda, led to a final, disastrous conclusion.
- News about stricter visa requirements came alongside reports of a Philippine-Japan free trade agreement nearing conclusion.
- Following conclusion of the registration process, repatriation will be increased from three to five times a week except Saturday and Sunday.
- Passi said that his activities were focused on the final conclusion of the trial and the establishment of suitable conditions for its favourable outcome.
- I just think that it's time we brought this process to a conclusion.
2(decision, judgment)conclusión feminineto come to / reach a conclusion — llegar a una conclusión
- I've come to the conclusion that ... — he llegado a la conclusión de que ...
- to draw a conclusion — sacar una conclusión
- you can draw your own conclusions — tú saca tus propias conclusiones
- to jump to conclusions — precipitarse (a sacar conclusiones)
- don't jump to conclusions! — ¡no te precipites (a sacar conclusiones)!
- he jumped to the conclusion that she loved him — sacó precipitadamente la conclusión de que (ella) lo quería
- I don't know all that's going on, so I can't make that final conclusion.
- And my final conclusion on all these things is, that once you've find the historical James, you've in effect found the historical Jesus.
- She looked it over briefly before coming to her final conclusion.
- The sharing clause in a syndicated loan agreement cannot affect this conclusion.
- The Commission decision must contain reasons for the conclusion reached.
- But regardless of what one's final conclusion is, there is one thing that is beyond dispute for me.
- At this level no final conclusion as to the exact mechanism and the nature of the intermediates can be drawn, however.
- Well my final conclusion is that these types of conflict don't allow the luxury of clean hands.
- Ultimately I was unable to assist in coming to any final conclusion.
- As a commuter with years of experience his final conclusion was mixed.
- Oddly enough, Koplow's conclusion is in agreement with the Bush administration that also wishes to preserve the stockpiles.
- After the death scene is cleaned up the final conclusion of police investigators is simply that George Wilson had been a madman.
- The final conclusion depends on analysis of the longitudinal data.
- But there is perhaps a final and more profound conclusion to draw from these books.
- His final conclusion was that he would have to venture to new planets, unfortunately, with or without Bonnie.
- Which leads me to my final conclusion: you came here for me.
- The final conclusion was that people who live in well-off places usually feel superior and look down upon people who live in relatively undeveloped regions.
- However, after several decades with many studies and a large number of reviews of implementation strategies, many questions still remain and no final conclusion can be drawn.
- Only after long and hard deliberations over many months did I come to my final conclusion that now was the time for me to take this next step forward in my life and my career.
- The final conclusion must be that our answer mainly depends on which side of society we come from.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.