In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(letter writer)corresponsalto be a good/bad correspondent — ser bueno/malo para escribir cartas
- She was also apparently a regular correspondent - though whether he wrote as often to her is unknown.
- We've also had concerned correspondents in France baffled over the identity of our mystery poet.
- The correspondents take pride in their wordsmanship and don't mind twirling it.
- Berlin was an inveterate correspondent, living during the last great flourishing of letter writing.
- She was a regular correspondent who was devoted to her favourite entertainers.
- The archive has very few of Oakeshott's own letters in reply to his correspondents.
- Mail came from all over the world, and correspondents included several noted writers.
- The collection contains, in addition to Cicero's own, letters from a variety of correspondents to him.
- Many of my correspondents wrote to tell me they could retire now if they made that much per house.
- If the correspondent is a teenager, the letter gets moved to the top of the pile.
- In the letters pages correspondents discuss some unresolved questions in prehospital emergency care.
- After leaving Rome Galileo remained in contact with Clavius by correspondence and Guidobaldo del Monte was also a regular correspondent.
- The following week, a separate correspondent wrote to say that he also had hair sticking up at the crown of his head.
- In your submission, does disclosing the letter identify the correspondent?
- His correspondence contains letters to and from correspondents in New England.
- Most correspondents conclude their letters with a forename or initials.
- Besides, he has always had a million correspondents, some rather famous!
- I love letters, too; I think I would write more letters, if I had a regular correspondent.
- For Duncan, as for his correspondents, the letter was a vital medium of communication.
- I suggested that my correspondent should think about writing to me with something a little more sensible.
- As you know, he was one of the great foreign correspondents, print or broadcast, at any time.
- Perhaps this is due to the death of the old-fashioned foreign correspondent.
- In Germany in 1932, Reuters had one chief correspondent, and one full-time assistant.
- Now that kind of phenomenon I think is a basic corruption of the idea of the independence of the foreign correspondents.
- It reminded you of the days when newspapers had specialist industrial correspondents to handle disputes like this.
- He was one of the BBC's longest-serving newscasters and a veteran foreign correspondent.
- In the past four months there's been more pressure on foreign correspondents than almost ever before.
- Maybe they're reluctant to divulge to us what they divulge to correspondents from other networks.
- Our correspondents have filed from all around the world on the stories that made headlines in their regions.
- She's covered the day-to-day workings of the White House longer than any other correspondent.
- He then went on to become the athletics correspondent for The Observer and ended up as its sports editor.
- She has been a TV news correspondent, a foreign documentaries presenter and writer, and a newspaper columnist.
- He has been a foreign correspondent for 20 years with a ringside seat at many major international events.
- During the 1890s he became Australian correspondent for several London newspapers.
- There were no foreign correspondents on staff, so the paper relied on wire copy.
- Most recently he was the Beijing correspondent of the Far Eastern Economic Review.
- CBS also uses its web site as a place where its on-air correspondents can write longer pieces.
- He has also written as a correspondent for numerous magazines both abroad and in the United States.
- I remember having lunch with a foreign correspondent for a major newspaper in the early 1990s.
- And our correspondents are telling us that the situation has become fairly routine.
1correspondienteto be correspondent ( with sth) — corresponderse ( con algo)
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