In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1crisis femininean emotional/identity crisis — una crisis emocional/de identidad
- a state of crisis — un estado de crisis
- in time of crisis — en época de crisis
- she's good in a crisis — reacciona bien en los momentos difíciles
- a crisis of confidence — una crisis de confianza
- to reach crisis point — hacer crisis
- I also have a good job and salary, which is enough to feed an entire family during the economic crisis.
- At a time when new dangers and crises are proliferating rapidly, this schism could have serious consequences.
- The man has to be ready to deal with an economic crisis which can harm the entire country.
- But there is a very realistic danger that a cash crisis could trip them up on the way to the altar.
- Generally the more extreme the economic crisis, the larger the war tends to be.
- The derivatives market doubled in size in the four years after the crisis that exposed its dangers.
- And if he goes on long enough there is bound to be an economic crisis which will undermine the Chancellor.
- This is on top of an economic crisis that cut the value of the lira in half against the dollar.
- It was a speech devoid of any new proposals and lacking even a hint of comprehension of the intense political, economic and social crises that are racking American society.
- Niger has been plagued by ecological disaster, economic crises, and political uncertainty.
- This never rose sufficiently to do more than postpone a new phase of intense economic crisis.
- The polarization crisis is more intense within countries and cities than between them.
- Here is a checklist of the flashpoints to watch out for in the current crisis as the months roll by.
- It adds to the current budget pressure due to the economic crisis and the mountain of public debt.
- The alternative is what we now have; an engagement with the world in all of its dangers, crises and threats.
- Ministers thought he just didn't want to be blamed for the economic crisis that seemed to be enveloping the country.
- But the vast majority of humankind does not have such a luxury, and certainly not the hungry victims of wars, natural disasters, and economic crises.
- The economic crisis and poor law enforcement are the two main obstacles in his path.
- The new way of doing things has roots not in politics but in the economic crisis itself.
- Further political crises and intense struggles are thereby pre-ordained.
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