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(set down)(load/packages) depositar(load/packages) poner
- Taking the bowl that rested just inside the next room, he deposited its contents, roughly diced potatoes, into the rolling and steaming water.
- With a sigh, she swept most of the potatoes into her apron, and trudged across the room, dropping only one, and deposited them all in a large pot over a fire pit.
- On Aug.30, rescuers picked him up in a boat and deposited him on an interstate.
- I was finally deposited in a small and remote village and told to wait on a pavilion under a palm-thatched roof.
- The train deposits you at Sirkeci station, in the heart of Istanbul, at the gateway to the Golden Horn.
- We may not have slipped straight into the gaucho lifestyle, our horse being more determined to deposit us in a ditch then to stick on the road, but we were learning.
- ‘See you later,’ Tim says, after Adam is safely deposited in a sitting position on his blankets.
- Anthony and the rest of these battle weary soldiers deposit the body armor, the first sign they are going home.
- She removed her valuables and deposited them inside the metal case.
- He also suggested that to prevent such a theft we should have deposited the helmets with him for safekeeping.
- He helps Pete over the threshold before depositing him on the stairs.
- Her bodyguards, she said, have deposited her on many week nights on a naval base in Amsterdam, or hustled her off to sleep in different hotels.
- The owner scooted over from doing his genial rounds of the table and scooped up the hapless moggy, depositing him safely but unceremoniously on the street outside.
- He mastered the science, but it deposited him at the foot of something much larger and more complicated.
- The receptacles will be suitable for weapons to be deposited safely without opportunity of them being removed.
- After depositing my bags in a sarkari guest house I made for the office of the Dashauli Gram Swarajya Mandal.
- A waiter zipped over and deposited two glasses of water and a dish of mixed nuts on their table, took their drink orders, and hurried off.
- Mrs. M. instructed everyone to take out their valentines, walk around the class, and deposit the cards in the proper mailboxes.
- Our bus deposited us just a few steps from our hotel.
- Ben yanked him up by the back of his collar and half dragged him to the livery, depositing him in a pile of hay.
- Traditionally, villagers deposit money in post offices as they consider them safe and they also earn more interest compared to banks.
- Before she could react the escalator had deposited us and I squeezed by.
- The pilot deposits us, then flies to his native village, several miles up the valley, with a promise to return in 45 minutes for the flight to Tbilisi.
- Today, I caught the super-early bus, which deposited me upon a strangely studentless Swanston Street.
- Sand was deposited by wind or water, and briefly wetted by liquid water that evaporated, forming the sulfate cement.
- At the time of its abrupt opening, layers of unconsolidated lime mud and ash were already deposited on the dolomite surface.
- Vein gold is deposited by hot subterranean water known as a hydrothermal fluid.
- This indicates that the sand was deposited by flowing water.
- From this data, scientists hope to determine whether some of the layers were deposited by wind, rather than by water.
- Sand dunes develop ridges when the wind deposits a chance accumulation of sand grains.
- If it turns out that passing comets have deposited water ice on the moon, hydrogen and oxygen might be even more easily obtained, he added.
- They found that the materials in all three divisions were wet both before and after the layers were deposited by either wind or water.
- Carbonaceous sediments were deposited over a wide range of environments.
- That meteorite contains carbonates and other minerals that would have been deposited from liquid water flowing through it nearly 4 billion years ago.
- Usually these were positioned a few inches above the mound floor, apparently after a layer of soil was deposited.
- Fossils, he claimed, were the remains of once-living organisms, turned to stone inside layers of silt or sand deposited by water.
- Geologists suggested the layers may have been formed either by ash from a volcano or from sediments deposited by wind or liquid water.
- This is testament to the inert nature of gold; the metal is commonly deposited hydrothermally as grains, wires, and crystals in quartz veins.
- Flowing water may have deposited sand and silt in the bottoms of lakebeds or oceans.
- Silver was deposited near the end of the copper deposition, and most specimens show a combination of silver on copper.
- Sediments deposited by the water may also have been brought to the surface by the meteorite impacts that gave rise to the many craters visible today.
- A few tools are found still associated with this gravel which has been clearly deposited by water.
- The overlying limestones and tuffs were deposited in shallow water as indicated by the rich shelly fauna.
- A layer of oxygen blocking material is deposited on the layer of metal.
2.1(leave)depositarI deposited the will with my lawyer — dejé el testamento en manos de mi abogado
- we deposited the kids with their grandmother — le encajamos / enjaretamos los niños a la abuela
2.2(in bank account)depositaringresar Spaindepositaringresar Spainyou have to deposit half the amount now — debe entregar ahora la mitad del dinero como depósito
- I always arrange for my regular tax refund to be deposited in my bank account.
- As far as he is concerned, they gave him the money to be deposited into his trading account so that he could trade with it.
- Eurocurrency is the term given to any currency which is deposited in a bank account outside its country of origin.
- Conventional wisdom has it that as equities perform better than savings in the long term, the money should not be deposited at a bank or building society but invested in stocks and shares.
- Early on, you may have to settle for a secured credit card, which is a card backed by money you deposit in a savings account.
- The simplest and safest way is to put cash into an interest-bearing bank account, where you are paid by the bank for depositing your money.
- This may prevent the victim of a fraud seeking a proprietary remedy against a bank where money has been deposited into a bank account.
- I once had a large sum of money deposited into my bank account by mistake.
- He says an emergency meeting of all eight hospitals has been planned for Monday if money is not deposited in their bank accounts today.
- If you file electronically and arrange for your refund to be deposited into your bank account, you'll get your money in less than two weeks, assuming the return is accurate.
- The amount of money deposited in the saving accounts of each bank can be no more than $100 million yuan.
- For example, it says that your money must be deposited into a custodial account, which walls it off in case your employer goes bankrupt or is sold.
- The only sign of him is the money that's deposited into my bank account every month.
- When he started dating a girl he was quite seriously about, Mum opened a bank account, weekly deposited money into and gave him an access card so he could impress his girl.
- The money would be deposited in a UN-controlled bank account used to buy food.
- Would you also like to go to the bank and deposit regular sums of money?
- The money collected was deposited in the State Account.
- Prosecutors believe that a large portion of the missing funds was deposited in local bank accounts that have yet to be traced.
- All too often, dividend cheques are just deposited into our bank accounts and spent.
- Money laundering is charged because the lobster purchase and sale required money to be deposited in a bank.
1(payment into account)depósito masculineingreso masculine Spainhe has $600 on deposit at the bank — tiene 600 dólares en una cuenta de ahorro(s)
- before noun deposit slip — boleta de depósito
2(on large amounts, down payment, on house, car etc, on small amounts)depósito masculineentrega inicial feminineentrada feminine Spainpie masculine Chiledepósito masculineseñal feminineseña feminine River Platea small deposit secures any article — se reserva cualquier artículo pagando un pequeño depósito / dejando una pequeña señal
- he put down a deposit on the car — dio una entrada para el coche
- (on house, car etc) a 10% deposit — un pie del 10%
- (on house, car etc) a deposit of 10% — una entrada del 10%
3(security)depósito masculinefianza feminineis there a deposit on this bottle? — ¿cobran el envase?
4BritishPoliticsto lose one's deposit — perder el depósito al no obtener el mínimo de votos estipulado
depósito que se paga para poder presentarse como candidato a diputado
5(accumulation)masculine depósitofeminine capapososheces
6Miningmasculine depósitomasculine yacimiento
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