In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(notice, perceive)(object/substance) detectarthey detected the presence of … — detectaron la presencia de …
- I detected a note of sarcasm in his voice — noté cierto tonillo sarcástico en su voz
- As the produce of the land was the ultimate source of nearly all raw material and energy inputs, Landers detects a distinctive pattern in the organisation of production.
- MODIS detects hot spots in the landscape and assigns whether there is high, medium or low likelihood that a fire is present.
- Inside, the office seemed dead, and Prudence detected a faint smell of alcohol.
- A threshold is the minimum level at which a compound can be detected by smell or taste.
- Despite the dim lighting in the engine room, he detected a faint shadow on the far wall.
- Rushbrook is no less bearish than Burns, saying he could detect no bright spots, either in terms of sectors or geography.
- Diagnostic kits for detecting hepatitis B alone are exempt from excise duty.
- When his presence was detected the music paused and the gathering cheered his arrival.
- I could barely detect the horseradish in the creamy bed of mashed potato, a more generous grating would have perked it up.
- A distinctive sweet smell was also detected on the sea air in Rimini.
- Emergency workers initially thought Josie was also dead, but then detected a faint pulse.
- A Predator senses guard dogs and detects minefields in a swamp, or releases sample Hellfire munitions that neutralize their targets.
- It is also important to know how each animal detects human presence since it will help one go as close as possible to it undetected.
- She fancied for a moment that she could detect the faint rusty smell of hot steel.
- Limitations of current diagnostic techniques in detecting infection at an early stage have prompted the development of new diagnostic tools.
- The presence of nitrite is detected by a colour change to pink upon addition of specific reagents that can be seen visually.
- When the rescuers returned, the sniffer dog whined, indicating it detected the smell of a corpse.
- The men who manned the security machines did not notice Atta, or detect the knives that his team smuggled on to the plane.
- The new diagnostic kits can detect the virus or antibodies for the virus in nasal or throat secretions and serum.
- The male equine raised his head, his thin ears rotated slowly, detecting a faint sound.
- You don't have a philosopher's sense that detects cheesy things in writing.
- I may be completely wrong, but I detect a faint whiff of arrogance and even racism in the Economist article.
- We also detected the scent of the tiger, after hints from our local guide.
- Presumably the rabbit antiserum that played a key role in initially isolating HIV and then serving as the basis for a diagnostic test for detecting the disease was vegan rabbit antiserum.
- As soon as the immune system detects the presence of a pathogen it mounts a response to kill it, which is highly successful in most cases in healthy people.
- Some of the increase can be traced to better ways of recognising cancer and detecting cancer in an early stage.
- And, at the very end I swear I could detect the faint beginnings of a smile in his voice.
- For all the laughs their comedies still elicit, you can't help but detect a note of regret in their remarks.
- The software scans the video pictures and detects road signs by recognising their symmetrical shapes: rectangles, diamonds, octagons or circles.
- The human nose can distinguish thousands of smells by detecting small quantities of chemicals.
- Bhogji village in Osmanabad district could be detected by the smells that emanated from it.
- You can almost hear the organ playing devotional music in the background, and detect the faintest whiff of incense on the breeze.
- A pulse-Doppler radar operator detects an aircraft by noting a difference in the frequency of the transmitted and reflected energy.
- He had just got done taking a shower but I could still detect the faint smell of bleach.
- But the false note that can be detected in this episode has been sounding throughout the book, albeit more quietly.
- In truth, she had thought that they would have detected each other's presence sooner.
- If a person under hypnosis is told that a glass of plain water is sweet, then he will really detect a sweet taste in the water.
- If he detects the presence of drugs on someone we could then go ahead and search them.
- Mr Hutchence says staff first detected a faint smell the day before - but on Wednesday it was much stronger.
- It may also be considered unjust to punish an employee for the breach of some regulation as he may not have had the means of detecting the breach or of preventing it.
- It is far more accurate to say that we detect offences that have already been committed.
- To detect the fraud however one must study the picture more closely.
- They will also invest more than £30m in new technology to help detect and prevent crime.
- India's record is still a good one, and the thieves in Pune were detected and caught.
- He had great praise for Portlaoise Business Watch and said the group had a strong record in detecting and preventing crime in local shops.
- Keys allow for ongoing access and the ability to return files, so it's hard to detect theft.
- Even the fact that there is the ability to detect murder before it is committed is a complex issue.
- The figures reveal Malmesbury police have succeeded in their crack-down on crime by detecting more offences than any other police area in Wiltshire.
- Online insurer Esure is to use technology that recognises when a speaker is under stress in a bid to detect fraud.
- If the funding were available we could widen its use and make a real impact in detecting more crimes.
- As a commercial credit auditor, her job was to detect fraud in receivables accounting.
- He said that, over the course of the next few weeks, community officers would be in plain clothes on and off the buses, identifying offenders and deterring and detecting offences.
- We want to prevent the crimes and detect those that have already been committed.
- The scam was detected when a ChoicePoint employee noticed a suspicious application to open a customer account.
- High Street betting shops do not identify gamblers which can make detecting fraud, and prosecuting fraudsters, more difficult.
- The offences were detected during inspections of log books by fisheries officers.
- Since their personalities mesh with those of their victims, it takes spiritual discernment to detect them.
- His misconduct was detected because access to those sites was blocked.
- The system had to be radically reformed to detect murder, medical error and neglect.
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