In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1ofensiva femininecampaña femininemedidas enérgicas femininecrackdown on sth/sb — ofensiva / campaña contra algo/algn
- The Conservatives want a crackdown on the early release of violent offenders.
- That is, we might be victims of the ongoing crackdown soon anyway, so might as well start fighting now.
- It says improved public transport would be needed in areas hardest hit by the crackdown.
- It's the start of the biggest crackdown on crime West Yorkshire has ever seen.
- As a result of the crackdown, Japan and other major nations halted aid to the country.
- Police are hailing raids as part of a national crackdown on illegal drugs a success.
- In the meantime, it is unlikely that this action signals the start of a crackdown on Irish spammers.
- Walsh said that the rise could be attributed in part to a Garda crackdown on juvenile antisocial behaviour.
- Police have issued their first fines as part of a crackdown on illegal parking in Accrington.
- As a means of combating such fecklessness, however, the crackdown is worse than useless.
- UK police today launched a crackdown on the sale of illegal weapons over the Internet.
- On the surface it simply appears to be a case of a crackdown on antisocial behaviour.
- So it was cruel of York police to choose this week to announce a major crackdown on illegal driving.
- Police in Bradford on Avon have warned motorists they are planning a crackdown on illegal parking.
- Now agents could be taken to court in a crackdown by Trading Standards officers in Manchester.
- Besides advocating a crackdown he is also proposing affirmative action to help young people.
- There is violence regularly, although a recent crackdown on knives has helped.
- He said a crackdown on illegal minicabs is underway and this should help attract more black cabs.
- The Government has announced a crackdown on abandoned cars and licence cheats.
- A crackdown on illegal parking has been launched after a tip-off from a concerned resident.
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