In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(device)a cash dispenser — un cajero automático
- a soap dispenser — un dispositivo que suministra jabón
- Sales of water with dispensers has jumped by 24 per cent.
- Iced coconut milk-shakes and tender-coconut water drawn out of dispensers were there for parched tongues.
- Watching their antics and dexterity as they extract food from the dispenser can provide many live hours of enjoyment and entertainment.
- Nothing much happened except that I discovered the automatic paper towel dispenser and proceeded to contort my body into various positions to get the thing to work.
- And, if you come across a paper towel dispenser with a lever, use your elbow instead of your hands - and don't touch the sinks, door handles or toilets after you've dried.
- Often there is no soap in the dispensers or the dispensers are broken…
- The Salt and Pepper dispensers, in lovely porcelain and bright - coloured, imported from China were tempting.
- Woe to anyone who put a quarter in the feed dispenser if there was a goat nearby; they'd make a straight line for the food and it mattered little who was in the way or underfoot.
- I've been happy to see a number of public bathrooms lately even include automated paper towel dispensers.
- The dispensers have been exclusively branded with a green and black chequered design.
- People were stealing toilet paper by the roll faster than they could put it out in the dispensers.
- Being the naturally suspicious (OK then, paranoid) type, I decide this is an opportune moment to get up and grab a glass of water from the dispenser.
- So how do we apply for a grant to get a nicotine patch dispenser machine fitted in the bus shelter?
- Is there a market in second hand paper towel dispenser machines?
- Then the little darlings began an involved process of rinsing their fronts, rinsing their backs, getting soap out of the dispenser and rubbing it over their bathing suit-clad bodies.
- If you want to use the dishwasher, follow these precautions: Use the automatic rinse dispenser feature of a dishwasher.
- I nodded and walked over to the paper towel dispenser.
- The Railway administration also declared open a coin dispenser machine and automatic platform ticket vending machine.
- He chased me to the kitchen, and then saw the automatic ice dispenser on the door of my fridge.
- A little further on, there was a young man from a Spring Green church who had set up large dispensers of coffee and cocoa.
2British(pharmacist)farmacéutico masculinefarmacéutica feminine
- She also said there were concerns about the drug dispenser at the practice working alone.
- Hearing aids have not been very successful in the past not only due to limited quality of the devices, but also due to lack of training of many dispensers.
- It will be a criminal offence to hold yourself out as a Chinese medical practitioner or a herbal dispenser of Chinese medicines, and a range of other appellations, if in fact one has not been registered by the board.
- This may be explained by a shorter repeat prescribing interval: for dispensers it's usually 28 days, whereas for prescribers it's upwards of two months.
- Duties will involve assisting the Pharmacist & Supervising Dispenser, serving customers, pricing and merchandising, stock control and ensuring the smooth running of the store.
- Mrs Brunt's first job was as a pharmacy dispenser in 1975 but little did she know she would end up delivering babies 30 years later.
- Our organisation has lost less than 2% of donations over 30 years by delivering direct to prescribers and dispensers in six African countries.
- Hopefully this has given some insight into the role of Pharmacist and the reason s/he is different to a dispenser and shopkeeper.
- The pharmaceutical dispensers attached to government hospitals in Sri Lanka reported in sick on March 22 and protested in front of the Health Ministry in Colombo.
- A counter assistant who is asked a question to which he or she is not sure of the answer, for example, should refer it up, either to a dispenser or ultimately the pharmacist.
- Drug prescribers and dispensers make variable efforts to discuss drugs with patients.
- The NMMC appointed chest physicians, dispensers and laboratory technicians who worked alongside Alert staff.
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