In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1formal(of decision, journey, payment)aplazamiento masculine
- Every once in a while they'd know I was having a problem because I punched myself in the leg because I learned about pain deferment.
- For the sake of efficiency and fairness, various tax deferments will be further reduced.
- The members have called for the deferment of the increases to allow tenants come to terms with the new rents.
- This deferment has prolonged the time spent on considering the future of the two units.
- Congress has condemned such actions, but has, through delay and deferment, resisted sending legislation to the President for possible veto.
- Where the Labour Party has fallen down is over car parking and traffic management by refusing to make a decision and people are fed up of deferment.
- Subsequent deferments would follow the same structure.
- A quarter of committee members, led by Councillor Moira Lewis, called for further deferment of the plans.
- The release is very clear to mention that existing products that use these products will not be affected by this deferment.
- That inserted step had no business purpose apart from the deferment of tax, although it had a business effect.
- When UAL announced its deferment of the $72 million payment to its pension fund, it said it did so in order to "preserve its options."
- Malmesbury maternity unit campaigners will continue to fight to save the unit following the deferment of a decision on its future.
- Further, Mr Hamilton was not able to give to the Tribunal details of any transaction or settlement on the Portman Estate where a deferment rate of 4.75% was achieved.
- An IOC spokesman said last night the deferment was made in the interest of "fairness" to the athletes.
- Furthermore, as the terms of the Paris Protocol provide for an interest for the deferment, you have to provide for the payment of the interest.
- In a stagnant job market this is a significant pressure for recent graduates, and many factor insufficient wages and prolonged deferment into the decision to return to school.
- The maximum amount of deferment you can receive for unemployment or economic hardship is 3 years, and that's for the life of the loan.
- Then they tell me that they can only back date a deferment four months, so I'm lumped with a debt of over £ 2,000.
- In the third paragaph he referred to the Paris Club and the deferment of repayments until 1999.
- Eligibility for deferment is based solely on the repayer's income.
- As I said, my brother was in the army and I had no father, which meant I had a deferment because I was the support of my mother.
- This was not an uncommon scene in 1970, when medical deferments were a frequently used avenue for those reluctant to take part in the unpopular war in Vietnam.
- But Williams got deferments when first drafted.
- The back condition that apparently led to Dr. Dean's deferment had been discovered years before his armed services physical.
- Cheney received a couple of deferments to avoid service, first because he was a student, then because he was married.
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