In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of ambassador) cartas credenciales feminine(references) referencias feminine(identifying papers) documentos (de identidad) masculineto present one's credentials — presentar sus (or mis etc.) cartas credenciales
- (for a post) she has excellent credentials — tiene excelentes referencias
- no one can question his credentials as a revolutionary / his revolutionary credentials — no se puede poner en duda su trayectoria como revolucionario
- Quotas must not apply, and applications for visas, press credentials and other documentation requisite for their work should be approved promptly.
- Obviously, no one was reading carefully or checking credentials there.
- It's only a month since I presented my credentials as Ambassador to President Purvanov.
- Checking out his credentials proved to be a difficult task.
- Service Police, more than ever, need credentials to be easily identifiable to our own personnel, coalition forces and civilians.
- Presenting her credentials to the president, the ambassador said she was the first American woman ambassador to South Africa.
- Meanwhile ambassadors of five countries presented their credentials to the Bulgarian President.
- Generally, these protections are given to persons holding letters of credentials from Foreign Ministers or other high-level authorisation.
- The United States government is moving towards issuing single smart card identity credentials for all federal employees.
- Trusts which are anxious to show their governance credentials will identify innovators as low risk targets for attention.
- Experts say other tablets of its kind have been unearthed in many other ancient tombs and just like today's title deeds, they are credentials of land purchase and ownership.
- Many of these had no credentials to indicate that they represented anybody but themselves.
- Today the new Ambassador to London presented his credentials to the Queen.
- He presented his credentials to the President in the Oval Office on the morning of June 10.
- This transpired as the incoming German ambassador presented his credentials to the president in Pretoria.
- The King had reintroduced the ceremonial horse and carriage and tails requirement for Ambassadors presenting their credentials.
- While he's speaking, an RCMP officer in a black suit checks my press credentials menacingly.
- Authentication credentials can then be maintained centrally and referenced by a whole host of platforms and applications.
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