In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(facts/references) verificarto cross-check sth against sth — cotejar algo con algo
consultando otras fuentes
1hacer una comprobaciónhacer una verificaciónyou'd better cross-check — más vale que lo compruebes / verifiques
1comprobación feminineverificación feminineto do a cross-check (on sth) — hacer una comprobación / verificación (de algo)
- It's always a good idea to go to several sites and cross-check the information.
- Data from these sources can be cross-checked to obtain the best possible information on a list of genes at any given time.
- Detectives set about cross-checking the databases.
- The development of codes and themes was cross-checked with another researcher to enhance validity.
- I cross-checked the address via a search engine.
- We have not cross-checked their reports due to lack of time.
- It serves as a central repository to cross-check information and look for fraud.
- We cross-checked every piece of equipment with serial numbers.
- As the research was carried out over a long period, there were ample opportunities to cross-check much of the information received.
- They have to quiz people and then go back and cross-check information.
- We, therefore, request the media to please cross-check the statements prior to reporting.
- They suggest that more work is needed to cross-check the information they obtained from the study.
- One area people often overlook is the opportunity to re-contact initial referees to cross-check information from other referees.
- The organisation has given itself an extra eight weeks to check and cross-check the information.
- Reporters too seldom attempt to cross-check official information with sources on the street.
- It was confirmed to me and then I cross-checked it with another source.
- We can very easily cross-check the people who came to see us and the people who provided submissions to you.
- All information would be held on a central National Identity Register, so that police and other officials could cross-check information held on each card.
- Information given to agencies will also be constantly cross-checked by computer, with checks made on utility and credit card bills.
- As a routine matter, I have translators cross-check one another's work.
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