In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(throughout the course of)duranteyou never see them during the day — nunca se los ve durante el día / de día
- during his lifetime he was relatively unknown — en vida no fue muy conocido
- So to catch these spring beasts you obviously need a water that is open during the spring period.
- The chamber was opened during the day and misted each night for a total of three nights.
- All that is needed is to keep an eye open during the normal course of your daily life.
- Walking through the city during the morning rush hour can be a bit of a battle.
- Telling indications of the power of a free press were also manifold during this period.
- Temporary traffic lights will be in use 24 hours a day during the period of the works.
- The mill, which was open to the public during the week, has had its visiting hours slashed.
- For those who work in sales or business it is much better to take a vacation during this period!
- Now she is wondering how she is going to make ends meet during her four-year course.
- There has been no increase in the number of cases of TB in the area during this period.
- The Trust has been impressed with her dedication and hard work during the course.
- The plans will be discussed during a public consultation period to be held soon.
- The event I mention occurred in an area that is open to the public during the day but it is locked at night.
- Those involved were people who worked closely with her during the relevant period.
- We were filming over a four and a half month period during summer for 12 hours a day.
- This reflects the common desire not to talk of profit during this period of loss.
- Climbing up ladders was part and parcel of her live-in job during this wet period in her life.
- Its not just that, its past a time when you can leave your doors open during the day!
- Customers were still able to use other online banking services during the period.
- The exhibition runs until the end of March and is open to the public during normal library hours.
2(at some point in)duranteshe'll call during the week — llamará durante la semana
- it was during a visit to the Far East that he first met her — la conoció durante / en una visita al Lejano Oriente
- The advantage he gains is that he takes fewer strokes than his opponents during the course of a race.
- A senior police officer said her husband had confessed to hitting her during a row.
- One of them said later that Mitchell had been in a row over a car stereo during the night shift.
- If during that six-month period you take time off on two occasions you are put on a stage two.
- That brings us to the period during which the rulings with which we are concerned were made.
- Lord knows what it must feel like for him having no doubt spoken to the man during the course of the school day.
- Two out of three patients who received a lung transplant during this period also died.
- Not all arrests that occurred during the study period could be included in this study.
- She claims there was a row, during which she was hit in the face with a broken bottle.
- His time in the car was extended when he was able to pit for fresh tyres and fuel during a safety car period.
- How did he end up falling for her during all of their petty arguments and disagreements?
- The couple met nine years ago through mutual friends during a night out at a pub in Shrivenham.
- One patient died during the follow up period, at seven months after the start of the trial.
- Many cars take pit stops during safety car periods so that they do not lose time to the rest of the field.
- However during the argument, she cited my parents as a source for one of her arguments.
- Everybody goes through a blip during the course of the year and maybe we are having ours now.
- In May this year he was said to have put a gun to her head during an argument.
- Remember something that you can drag up during arguments to give you the advantage.
- If you had the guts to buy during this period, it was hard to make many investing mistakes.
- On the strategy we made ground during the safety car period by stopping both of our cars.
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