In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1considerarjuzgarto deem sb/sth (to be) sth
- she was deemed (to be) a good mother — se consideró / se juzgó que era una buena madre
- it was deemed prudent to close off the area — se consideró / se juzgó prudente acordonar la zona
- It was deemed such a success that the girls are now due to perform the play at the Albany Theatre at the end of April.
- At first the boy was deemed to be too large to be considered for the operation.
- With his retirement due next month, Mr. Devaraj deems it a privilege to have been chosen for the special assignment.
- If it is deemed a success other secondary schools in the district could follow suit.
- If the Doctor or Employer deems the illness to be minor then the Employee will be expected to work that day.
- Food was given between two and three stars with judges deeming the service to be slow at times.
- The notice states that the County Council deems the building to be unsafe.
- This would be considered unacceptable in any other fruit, but is deemed normal in prunes.
- A woman will receive what a court deems her rightful share, not necessarily half.
- As the series was deemed a runaway success, it was immediately commissioned again.
- The small NGO has fielded thousands of phone calls and taken 22 of the cases it deems most worthy to the courts.
- In the event that scores are deemed to be level, a fourth round is contested to find an overall winner.
- The independent auditor will have to be replaced every five years unless the committee deems it not in the company's interests.
- An occupational licence is one that deems a property habitable.
- The appeal could cost the landlords $3,000 a year, and recently the unhappy owners sent Martin a note also deeming her work inadequate.
- Remember, you're only as good as your last customer deems you to be.
- At the same time, reports have emerged that the provincial government is making preparations to have the strike declared illegal by deeming it a public emergency.
- The organizers of a first-ever Community Wellness Weekend forum at the Steinbach arenas are deeming it a success.
- How many times have we seen one referee deem a foul or strike as yellow, and the next red?
- How are we supposed to feel a sense of accomplishment and achievement when our superiors deem these successes worthless?
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