In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(consideration)deliberación feminineafter long deliberation — tras largas deliberaciones / una larga deliberación
- Jurors with nicotine addictions are let out during deliberations to smoke.
- The jury was resuming its deliberations today to consider verdicts on two remaining charges.
- Both sides had been playing as though still searching for their fluency, even simply for a meaning to their deliberations.
- The council also invites private-sector observers to join their deliberations.
- I said to them that in their deliberations they should consider the ten pensioners' flats adjacent.
- After two days deliberations they returned a guilty verdict by a majority of 10-2.
- Council discussed the prospective sales during budget deliberations this month.
- The length of their deliberations surprised me after the brutality of the crime.
- It was a six-month-long process of detailed deliberations and consultations.
- Although we don't actually get to cast a vote, it's hard not to become involved in the deliberations.
- They asserted that deliberations had focused more on the interests of the elite than those of the general public.
- The discussions and deliberations which transpired over this period have been treated as a state secret.
- These people did not go easy on her in their deliberations, from all appearances.
- All business reports have been submitted and the judging panel is in the course of making its deliberations.
- Yet no major initiatives are expected to emerge from the deliberations.
- There are tight legal restrictions on discussing real jury deliberations.
- Some people feel that it is a bad idea for jurors to discuss their deliberations.
- The judges resumed their deliberations without the aid workers yesterday, who did not appear on the trial's fifth day.
- Social partnership is subjected to no democratic accountability and its deliberations are carried out in secret.
- Whether we will be able to come to agreement on this we don't yet know, as the reference group has not yet completed its deliberations.
1.2deliberations plural(decision making)deliberaciones feminine
2(unhurried manner)parsimonia femininecalma feminine
- I looked over the reef to see large shadows moving with slow deliberation way below.
- No bill, no matter how great it is in substance, will be able to do that without care and great deliberation.
- Morgan smirks and with slow deliberation, sorts through the pile of books on the desk.
- The work of the Code revision committee proceeded with calculated deliberation.
- Bold bedrooms may look free, but remember that they have been put together with deliberation, care and discipline.
- Again and again, with slow deliberation, the whale approaches the boat.
- Tanned and looking younger than he is, he speaks with slow deliberation, well aware of the power of the spoken word.
- Arms vertically extended, I turned with the slow deliberation of a cornered felon.
- With a slow deliberation she folded it and held it out to him with a playful innocence that made him want to rush over to her and kiss her.
- Again, he fired but this time taking great care and deliberation with each pull of the trigger.
- He had been striding back and forth, rubbing his chin in deliberation at an agonizingly slow pace.
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