In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(manage/spend) con eficacia(spend/manage) eficazmentethe cure worked extremely effectively — el tratamiento surtió un efecto muy positivo / logró muy buenos resultados
- The absentee is effectively manipulating the show in his favour by remote control.
- With the rejectionist hawks in control, the peace process would be effectively dead.
- It was claimed that, as a result, the trust moneys had effectively been withdrawn.
- This acts as a straitjacket and means that governments effectively lose control of their own economies.
- They can effectively control the pain and stiffness, and usually begin to work within hours.
- Resources will then be allocated effectively in the time-honoured tradition of markets.
- The same is true of US visitors, as the dollar effectively trades at parity with the euro.
- His policies for achieving this aim must be implemented quickly, and effectively.
- Although such control is desirable, it is impossible to see how it can be effectively achieved.
- Before they got the results they felt very close and were effectively sisters to each other.
- Ireland has prudently and effectively used the resources provided by the union.
- What exercise does for me is to help me deal effectively and, I hope in a healthy manner, with the stress.
- It is a difficult job and only trained and experienced individuals can effectively carry it out.
- Sulphur dioxide blocks it effectively, in a manner not yet fully understood.
- The Green Party said the increases in service charges were effectively stealth taxes.
- It is a welcome gesture and we hope to utilise these funds most effectively.
- In the hope of achieving peace, he effectively recognized Syria's influence.
- He listed a number of neighbouring towns that were effectively outside his control.
- The result is that the diver effectively becomes drugged and feels slightly euphoric.
- The more you practice, the better you will get at both asking effectively and getting results.
- The Allies had to mobilise and utilise their large resources effectively on the battlefield and in the air.
- The question many of us have to start asking is how do you counter this effectively?
- This has allowed scarce resources to be more effectively and efficiently deployed.
- That is exactly why this happened as quickly and as effectively and as safely as it did.
- There was no way he was going to recover from this and be able to lead the senate effectively.
- She said lots of journalists in Africa had no resources to operate effectively.
- As with patient charges, this effectively transfers resources from the poor to the rich.
- A negative result, however, will effectively send the case back to square one.
- We need to share our resources and pool our strengths more consistently and effectively.
- She accepts that it might be possible to direct resources effectively at all pupils.
- We worked effectively as a single team of Democrat senators to achieve a lot of positive things.
- This analysis allows the manager of change to allocate resources more effectively.
- To a large extent, the refusal movement was marginalised and effectively gagged.
- By any standards, an effectively complete sequence will be a remarkable achievement.
- Usually the inflammation and pain can be effectively controlled with one or other of these medications.
- That system was to be better resourced to deal more effectively with offending behaviour.
- This, effectively, gave them control over the whole process of production.
- When that money runs out, the union would effectively come under college control.
- Failure to comply with safety requirements effectively results in a breach of employment contract.
- This made many of the sequences we were planning effectively impossible to achieve.
2(contrast/decorate) con mucho efecto(contrast/decorate) con gran efecto(speak) convincentemente
3(in effect)de hechorealmenteeffectively, what he's saying is that … — de hecho, lo que está diciendo es que …
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