In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1to cope (with sth/sb)
- to cope with stress — saber sobrellevar el estrés
- to cope with responsibility — hacer frente a las responsabilidades
- I can't cope with all this work — no doy abasto / no puedo con tanto trabajo
- how do you cope without a washing machine? — ¿cómo te las arreglas sin lavadora?
- I just can't cope any more — ya no puedo más
- how is he coping on his own? — ¿qué tal se las arregla / se defiende solo?
- can you cope with all that luggage? — ¿puedes con todo ese equipaje?
- these are some of the problems they have to cope with — estos son algunos de los problemas a los que tienen que enfrentarse
- they can cope comfortably with present demand — pueden hacer frente sin problemas a la demanda actual
- I was blessed with ward staff who had coped successfully with other difficult situations.
- Learning to cope effectively with stress may help prevent illness or reduce the chance that the child will behave inappropriately.
- At present Rand Water is easily coping with water demands, with the correct technology and expertise in place.
- In a police interview the 39-year-old unemployed man, who is not being identified for legal reasons, admitted he found it difficult to cope with the children.
- Others suggested that labels helped people cope better, gave them legitimacy, and signalled protected funding and physician time.
- Frank Smith related how his son was a sensitive person who did not cope well with crises.
- How do you cope living with such a high-profile woman?
- Over the years I learned where the controls were and coped pretty well.
- Hospitals across the country have been inundated with patients unable to cope at home.
- Some young people do not cope very well with school and may end up being excluded.
- Urban and rural dwellers have adopted creative survival strategies, that have helped them cope with difficult times.
- Understanding the need for change is essential for the ability to successfully cope with these challenges.
- I used the page to deal with my inability to cope at that moment.
- "I don't cope well with the unrelenting demands of professional rugby, " he said then.
- All I can say about it is nice people are easy to deal with and unpleasant people are much more difficult to cope with.
- The early exchanges were even enough with both sides having difficulty coping with the desperate conditions.
- What are the personal characteristics we need to cope effectively with rapid change?
- Would she be able to cope living with Thomas, whom she didn't like?
- By 2000 he could no longer cope living alone and stopped work.
- But trouble coping with pressure is part of what drives Baker to drink.
1Religioncapa de lluvia feminine
- Here she was vested in her robes of state and was met by the bishop who was to perform the ceremony, with all the chapel Royal in their copes, the bishop mitred.
- Saints embroidered in metallic and silk threads decorate the orphrey, the ornamental band along the top of the cope as pictured here.
- Made between 1300 and 1320, the cope would have been worn by a high-ranking priest or bishop.
1rematar con albardilla
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.