In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(writer)colaborador masculinecolaboradora femininehe is a regular contributor to the local paper — escribe regularmente para el periódico local
- The writer is a Civil Engineer and is a regular contributor to various newspapers in Pakistan.
- Dr Nafi is a frequent contributor to Arab newspapers.
- I was an avid contributor to the magazine in my schooldays, but my last contribution was as a 16-year-old in 1955, my matric year.
- He is also a visiting professor at Yale and a contributor to The Nation magazine.
- In fact it is likely that Coleridge, who was himself a contributor to the Monthly Magazine, read some or all of these correspondences.
- During his student years he was also a contributor to newspapers in Sofia.
- He was an occasional contributor to this magazine in the 1960s.
- In addition to being a regular contributor to the magazine, he is a renowned expert on demographics.
- He is a frequent contributor to several newspapers and national dance publications.
- Do you write articles for your local newspaper, or are you a contributor to a local newspaper who just loves covering hockey?
- Lynda Richardson, who specializes in environmental photography, is a long-time contributor to this magazine.
- He was a frequent contributor to the journal, having over a dozen articles published in it, mostly on over-ground or underground railways, his last piece being published as recently as 2000.
- She is the author of more than 30 novels, for adults, young adults and children, and is a regular contributor to newspapers and magazines, both print and online, all over the world.
- He is a frequent contributor to leading newspapers on subjects of topical interest.
- She has written 12 books, each concerned with how we create meaning, and is a frequent contributor to newspapers, magazines, television and radio.
- He had some support from the French contributors, led by Dr Chataing.
- He is a widely syndicated newspaper columnist, a frequent contributor to leading periodicals, and a lecturer.
- A farmer by choice, Kevin has also written a number of books and essays and is a regular contributor to newspapers and magazines in Northern Ireland.
- He had been a frequent contributor to the magazine.
- He was a regular contributor to this magazine, primarily via his comments on items he viewed as incorrect or incomplete.
- Sir Max Hastings gave up editing after six years in charge of the Evening Standard to become, he said, once more an author of books and a mere contributor to newspapers.
2(donor)donante femininethey were generous contributors to the cause — contribuyeron generosamente a la causa
- Thanks to all contributors for their continuous support.
- The contributors are all beneficiaries of the charity which will have donated more than £50m to organisations worldwide by the end of 2002.
- Can anyone imagine that they would shovel that cash to their friends and campaign contributors the minute they were able to do so?
- These proposals have more to do with rewarding campaign contributors and lobbying patrons than with economic stimulus.
- Many thanks to all contributors for their support.
- This doctrine conveniently has wide appeal among the major contributors from business and finance, but it doesn't promise much for the folks who vote.
- Jobs were slashed, top contributors were promoted, and business units consolidated.
- Appreciation was also extended to all the sponsors and contributors for making the show such a success.
- He is so eager to accommodate his supporters and contributors that there seems to be very little that he is not willing to do for them at the expense of the public interest.
- The contributors identify the strains and costs associated with maintaining this system.
- She runs a lighting manufacturing business in the area and is one of the contributors towards the cost of the patrols.
- He also was accused of favouring rich friends and campaign contributors - a view he strongly disputed.
- It will likely cost more than any previous war, with few contributors.
- Only then will more credible candidates emerge whom contributors can support.
- May we wish a happy new year to all of our readers, contributors and supporters.
- Thanks was also expressed to all sponsors, contributors and volunteer workers.
- The U.S. Agency for International Development was the largest single contributor.
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.