In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person)salary earner — asalariada feminine
- a wage earner on less than $10,000 — un trabajador que gana menos de $10.000
- there's only one (wage) earner in the family — en la familia hay solo una persona que trabaja
- Labor wouldn't want to block a tax measure that assists low-income earners, either.
- He once even dreamed of being a poet, thinker, or a scientist but now it seems that he is just a money earner.
- This Government controls the amount of money that middle-income earners in New Zealand will get in their pockets.
- The benefits of these tax cuts are hard to see, most went to large corporations and to higher income earners.
- He said the government felt this would discourage many low-income earners.
- She insisted that thousands of high earners were being allowed to pay little or no contributions to the State due to generous schemes.
- It's far worse; they're simply tacky rip-off merchants with a beady eye for the good earner.
- They needed to be married in order to survive, what with the man being the money earner, and the means for their survival.
- The opposition and charities have called on the Government to ensure that no minimum earner will have to pay tax next year.
- So Labour should be prepared to reduce income tax levels to encourage all taxpayers to aspire to become high-income earners.
- However, the Department of Finance stressed they only related to those income earners actually paying tax.
- Listed in Forbes as one of the top five money earners in his profession, Nobu is on first-name terms with many of Hollywood's élite.
- In the next years, Ravi continued as the principal earner but Reema, running a boutique, began contributing an increasing share.
- New research from Incomes Data Services shows that the top 5 percent of male earners saw their incomes rise more than the average.
- It is taking money away from the earners and putting it through the Government coffers.
- As a matter of fact, I'm sure that in less time than a socialist system would take, that same earner could save up enough to go to a real doctor and be treated.
- A marginal rate of 50 per cent will therefore be the most that high income earners will pay.
- If you're the principal money earner in a young family, then your premature demise would leave a large hole in your family's finances.
- Figures from the Revenue Commissioners show a number of high earners are also paying only minimal tax bills.
- Greig provided arguably the best point of the day on why the Bill assisting low-income earners was discriminatory.
2British informal(source of income)you could be onto a nice little earner there — con eso te podrías sacar un buen dinerito informal
- those shirts turned out to be a wonderful earner — hicimos el agosto con esas camisas
- For Indonesia in general, and Bali in particular, tourism has become a major foreign exchange earner and economic backbone.
- The seizures have disrupted the production of maize, Zimbabwe's staple food, and tobacco, the biggest foreign currency earner.
- Although forestry is New Zealand's third biggest export earner, the Government appears to be doing little to avert a crisis.
- Belly cargo transport is a huge earner for airlines particularly those using Jumbo and Boeing 777 aircraft such as British Airways.
- The gameplay only generates revenue for the electrical companies used to recharge the phones, and is no great money earner for the operator.
- Whether it deserves to be one of the biggest box office money earners of all time is open to debate.
- This silly hodgepodge of a movie was made by Universal as a follow-up to The Black Cat, because the previous film was their top earner that year.
- Another factor is that alternative comics have rarely been big money earners.
- We have long suspected that their best money earner is parking but this week they went a step further.
- Wine was viewed by some republics as a potential earner of hard currency, by others as useful barter.
- The main money earner of the night was a charity auction which had people bidding away to their hearts content.
- Abba (Hebrew word for Father) was the biggest foreign currency earner in Sweden during 1980.
- The department horticulture research officer said the area had the potential to become a major income earner.
- At $375 million, ticket sales are the third-biggest money earner after TV rights and sponsorship.
- Among plantations in India, tea is a major foreign exchange earner.
- Tourism, a major foreign currency earner, has plummeted by 40 percent.
- While refereeing touch games is far from a lucrative money earner, SGT Vernon gets immense satisfaction from being out in the middle.
- It is a dairy farm but I believe it's main money earner is Apples.
- The fact is that electricity and water have both been very good earners for governments.
- The mining industry, Zambia's major foreign exchange earner has been hit by the shortage of diesel.
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