In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1constelación femininea glittering constellation of stars attended the ball — una constelación / una pléyade de estrellas asistió al baile
- A whole constellation of imaging products is now maturing into commercial viability.
- The bullets found easy victims and a constellation of flashing lights lit up the smoke-filled cabin, accompanied by a staccato roar.
- That morning, a peddler on Broad Street had extended a constellation of needle marks into her path, hand holding a fake plastic flower.
- The map of Europe is dotted with a constellation of spa towns.
- Similarly, data communications, including emergency service, is a natural use for a constellation of such satellites.
- Rather, its impact is felt through people's concern with a constellation of ideas which are linked by the fact that they are presupposed by social Darwinism.
- Perhaps it says a lot for the depth of Brazil's squad that they have advanced to the latter stages bereft of such a constellation of talent.
- He clearly delineated the constellation of today's fine art world by flowing and following the mainstreams.
- However, this improved prognosis is seen only when one finds the complete constellation of diagnostic features.
- He has gladly capitulated to a constellation of race-hustling poverty pimps in an repellent effort to hang on at all costs.
- In each case, the same constellation of notions emerges.
- Both of these are definitely important considerations that capital owners weigh, but they are amongst a constellation of many others.
- What a constellation of small joys Sunday turned out to be.
- The Defense Department has not yet selected all of the future locations for its new constellation of overseas facilities.
- If women present with a different constellation of symptoms, they're less likely to associate those symptoms with heart disease.
- They must find the new constellation of goods that the gift represents more attractive than the one they are used to.
- This constellation of images, and the devil in its dialectic, is nicely captured in this passage.
- In fact, I visualize the constellation of events and characters in my novels with these pictures.
- The constellation of these artists and their painted and sculpted expressions is impressive in its rhetoric and spectacle.
- In the process, a constellation of personal qualities has been derided and devalued, and is in the process of vanishing altogether.
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