In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(provide means for)to enable sb to + inf — permitir(le) a algn + inf
- their generosity enabled us to make the trip — su generosidad nos permitió hacer el viaje
- This structure enables hierarchies of management and also peer to peer management functions.
- It would then be your duty to make reasonable adjustments to enable the individual to return to work if possible.
- The ability to tolerate high-fibre enables it to convert the grass into milk for its calves.
- The merger would enable all the students in Swindon to be taught under one umbrella.
- The event also enables people to share their ideas and work with the other groups taking part.
- Their findings will be available within days enabling the lifebuoy committee to proceed with putting more buoys in place.
- They also say that open source provides greater flexibility and control and enables faster, cheaper application development.
- Many courses now enable students to travel abroad in order to familiarise themselves with different perspectives on world history.
- Some chemicals will attack it, thereby enabling it to be etched.
- Surely the point of having a personal blog is to enable people to read the author's work?
- Both ends of the pipe were sealed and fitted with counter weights to enable it to float.
- New forms of citizenship and public life are simultaneously enabled by new technology and restricted by market power and surveillance.
- Combining observations made in living cells with computational methods enabled researchers to measure fundamental biophysical properties in living cells.
- The technology enables a keyboard to be projected onto a flat surface using a beam of light, which can then be typed on.
- Their new home will have specially adapted rooms built to enable Phoebe to live as full a life as possible.
- Accounts are expected to be available by next year, enabling a wide range of authorised providers to offer the funds.
- On the other hand, it enables people to spread rumors and untruths without accountability.
- Varney said the fraud against the tax credit systems was enabled by illicit access to government payroll records.
- There are also 16 day-places at the hospice, enabling sufferers to chat with people who understand the trauma they are going through.
- The site is aimed at enabling people to practise their English language skills.
- A supply chain is a mechanism that enables products to be available in the right amount, at the right place and time.
2(make possible)posibilitarpermitirnew technology will enable better communications — la nueva tecnología posibilitará / permitirá mejores comunicaciones
3enabling present participle(legislation) habilitanteenabling act — ley de autorización feminine
- enabling technologies — tecnologías instrumentales
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