In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(hand out)(food/leaflets) distribuir(food/leaflets) repartir
- Usaid pays an aid organization to hire independent staffers, who then travel to the recipient country and distribute aid as they see fit.
- The program, Berklee Shares, encourages musicians to share and distribute these music lessons online.
- Up to £90 per person was distributed to citizens who share the great man's birthday.
- Fifty $1,000 scholarships are to be distributed each year to individuals seeking associate degrees in medical laboratory science.
- It should be no surprise that in the long run the shares of growth are distributed equally across all income levels.
- Give a subordinate unit the task to distribute newsletters or flyers and use the remaining elements to provide security-be ready to fight.
- The money will be distributed to individual schools which made bids for vital new facilities such as sports halls, fitness rooms and games pitches.
- There was no attempt to distribute the images or share them with others, he said.
- In the political sphere, the possibilities for political participation should be equally distributed.
- The three villages, though separately ruled, worked together as a unit, sharing and distributing the resources they had at their disposal.
- Sharing these views is what made the Internet in the first place; a medium to quickly share and distribute information.
- As a subscriber to their newsletter and referrer of 3 subscribers, I got 8 shares when they distributed them.
- Therefore, employees who are let go before tips are distributed often lose their share of the allocation.
- As such, this publication is widely distributed to all units of Army.
- Like all research labs, we needed to share disks, distribute processes, compile software and store and munge data.
- It's just a good economic model, and it actually distributed wealth and shared in productivity better than the trickle down theory.
- But the Grid goes beyond sharing and distributing data and computing resources.
- A Camden Defend Council Housing broadsheet is being distributed to every flat.
- However, many UK companies distribute share options to all employees, linked to monthly savings plans.
- I have learned recently that in almost all cases, food is distributed to recipients prior to their doing any work.
2(share out)(dividends/profits) repartir(tasks/responsibilities) distribuirthey distributed the spoils amongst themselves — se repartieron el botín
- There are lots of people now employed in in big warehouses to distribute goods which would formerly have been distributed through retail outlets.
- The Li & Fung group has focused strongly on China where its privately held IDS Group can now sell and distribute goods in bulk to mainland retailers.
- The booklets will be distributed to producers, retailers, consumers and enforcement officers.
- The idea was to rationalize and redefine retailing by distributing goods in a cultivated manner: efficiently, honestly, and cleanly.
- The problem is not lack of supply, because nationwide we have more than enough energy production; the problem is how that supply is being distributed.
- Cash donations also allow agencies to avoid the labor-intensive need to store, sort, pack and distribute donated goods.
- Hockaday also oversaw creation of Crown Media Holdings Inc., which operates and distributes the Hallmark Channel worldwide.
- An additional line, Farmer's All Natural Milk, is distributed in select retail outlets in the Front Range.
- In addition, 36 global dual-use licences allowed restricted goods to be distributed worldwide with a single licence.
- Iron is one of the most widely distributed of metals and has been used in ornamental work since prehistoric times.
- The series is being distributed by BBC Worldwide which could result in extensive international TV sales, merchandising and publishing spin-offs.
- By distributing to larger news retailers such as Tesco, it can subsidise deliveries to smaller, more remote retailers, like corner shop or village newsagents.
- Charlie and Lola is produced by Tiger Aspect Productions and distributed by BBC Worldwide Ltd and © BBC 1996.
- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros.
- Posters of the former rider will be distributed while supplies last.
- Chemical stains and polymer toppings are now being distributed through construction supply houses.
- To start, two million cards will be distributed at retailers and through street teams hitting places where kids hang out.
- New labels will be distributed to retailers still wanting to sell the current version.
- The goods were then distributed to major phone retailers, the ministry said.
- Besides these immediate clients, however, Lipchanka's goods are distributed under various brand names worldwide.
4(spread out)distribuirthe weight must be evenly distributed — el peso debe estar bien distribuido
- The system bears the maximum and evenly distributed load.
- ‘The work load gets evenly distributed through all semesters,’ she says.
- Most of your weight should be evenly distributed along the shins from the knees to the feet.
- These people seemed to have their weight evenly distributed to all areas of their body, making them an all-around heavyweight.
- This graft fixation method enabled the force to be evenly distributed within each single graft strand.
- Pressure is more evenly distributed in the remainder of the pulley system.
- This ensures that the laden fluid is evenly distributed around the casing and therefore enters the tuyeres from all directions.
- The load is transferred through the cross-bridges, which are evenly distributed along the thick filament.
- The toes were all of equal length, allowing the body weight to be evenly distributed over them.
- A simple way to reduce overloading is to ensure adequate number of electric points so that load is distributed evenly through different circuits.
- The data were plotted on a semi-logarithmic scale, so that the histogram peaks from 2C to 32C were evenly distributed along the abscissa.
- Your weight should be distributed about evenly across your two feet.
- Take the zaatar and massage it into the chicken, inside and out, making sure it also is evenly distributed.
- Instead, the deformed shapes of these columns are more consistent with loads that were distributed over the height of the columns.
5(locate)distribuirhow are the figures distributed? — ¿cómo se distribuyen / están distribuidas las cifras?
- the incidence of drug addiction is not distributed evenly throughout the country — la drogadicción no tiene una distribución pareja en el país
- By the Late Cretaceous, species of Hoploparia were distributed throughout temperate and subarctic regions of both hemispheres.
- The Yellow Wagtail is widely distributed throughout the Old World and has colonized Alaska in the New World.
- Muntjac deer (Muntiacinae, Cervidae) are distributed throughout Southeast Asia, South China, and India.
- Tuco-tucos belong to the family Octodontidae and are distributed throughout the southern cone of South America with more than 56 described species.
- The genus Cypripedium comprises 49 species, which are widely distributed throughout Northern America, Eastern Asia and Europe.
- The fat was distributed delicately yet densely throughout the meat, looking almost like snow.
- Quinolones are widely distributed throughout the body.
- Microsatellite loci appear to be distributed throughout vertebrate genomes and can demonstrate high levels of intraspecific allelic polymorphism.
- A climbing fern Lygodium japonicum is classified into the Filicales and is distributed throughout the warm temperate areas in Japan.
- Cytosolic GS was found to be distributed throughout the root with apparent homogeneity within the epidermis, exodermis, cortex, and central cylinder.
- The yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae has an abundance of microsatellites that are distributed throughout its 16 chromosomes.
- Rickettsial diseases are vector-borne illnesses usually carried by ticks, lice, fleas, or mites, and are widely distributed throughout the world.
- A further 30 species were primarily confined to freshwater riparian areas distributed throughout the park.
1they distribute for us in Japan — son distribuidores nuestros en el Japón
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