In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(risk/achievement) considerablea considerable sum of money — una importante / considerable suma de dinero
- with considerable difficulty — con bastante dificultad
- with considerable success — con éxito considerable
- to a considerable extent — en gran parte
- Please be as generous as you can as it takes a considerable amount of money to put this in place.
- If the library is occupied by a playgroup it would cause them a considerable amount of disquiet.
- It was that a basic disconnection had occurred that was to a considerable extent the west's own fault.
- The cooking of Basra has had considerable influence on that of the Persian Gulf.
- I am also of the opinion that the band will lose a considerable amount of local support due to this action.
- With his considerable influence on our popular culture, could he share his ultimate joke?
- Control of these rats is taking up a considerable amount of the pest control team's resources.
- The value of this to the researcher is considerable and it adds significantly to the worth of the volumes.
- Since then, a considerable amount of time and money has been concentrated on doing just that.
- On the other hand, the extent of our own authorial contribution is very considerable.
- They have eaten a considerable amount of the carpet and parts of my clothes.
- Emotions and feelings have a considerable influence on earth's material labors.
- The exhibition is growing and hopefully it will help raise a considerable amount for the appeal.
- If it was sold to a developer, a considerable amount of money could change hands.
- As the firm's engraver, he requires an artistic eye and a considerable amount of strength.
- Secondly, the root system of mature maize plants has a considerable size and complexity.
- A considerable amount of time and effort must have been needed to provide such a good show.
- What is the meaning and effect of those agreements is to considerable extent a question of law.
- This often put considerable strain on the tolerance of other religions and lifestyles.
- I also said at the time that the extent of damage is a subject of considerable debate.
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