In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(attempt)esfuerzo masculineintento masculinehe made every endeavor to help — intentó ayudar por todos los medios
- They must again meet, and exert their best endeavours to settle the business amicably.
- He has also opposed endeavors to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions.
- The main aim of such endeavors should be to achieve a flexible ‘ubiquitous’ educational system.
- The website goes further and tells how you can support this endeavor by becoming a producer.
- The ecumenical movement is the formal endeavor by Christians to achieve unity in the face of denominational differences.
- Local administrators have undertaken to revitalise the sport and have brought to the Silver City a group of players and development personnel in an endeavor to achieve this.
- This is a city that rarely sleeps, that never seems to rest in its quest for pleasure, in its endeavour at enterprise, in its inherent divinity.
- Among my own more active endeavours was an attempt to hire a man to help with fetching water and doing laundry, both considered women's work.
- In our endeavors to produce the achievement awards, it is our intention each year to create the best event in the Aboriginal community.
- This show isn't just a talent contest but is a serious endeavour to find a recording artist who will have international success.
- The group standards mechanism in the bill will reduce compliance costs, and it is an endeavour to reduce those costs.
- We are grateful to have its commitment to supporting us in our endeavours to reduce the impact of cancer in our community.
- The team maintained the pressure and Gore was rewarded for his endeavour with a goal to seal the win from close range.
- He expressed his appreciation of everyone involved in nominating him for the peace award in recognition of his endeavours to bring about the Agreement.
- The ultimate goal of these endeavours was to create a European identity based on common values and a common desire to develop a Europe free of wars.
- Their achievements in these endeavors gained them some of the social legitimation which they previously lacked.
- We trust you will use your best endeavours to achieve the above and mitigate the effect that your delays have caused to the regular progress of the works.
2(striving)empeño masculinea milestone in the field of human endeavor — un hito en el campo del empeño humano
- ‘Other than our defensive lapses and the fact we forgot our shooting boots, I could not fault them for their effort and endeavour,’ he said.
- This victory is a huge milestone for the club, as it is their first ever title in any grade, and overdue reward for the years of effort and endeavour by a dedicated group of officials and players.
- Rather, science becomes something that we learn to live with, and nature, not human endeavour, becomes our supposed source of inspiration and meaning.
- Should effort and endeavour be punished or derided?
- The plaque tells us the sculpture is ‘a symbol of universal human endeavour.’
- People like the Victorian reformer John Ruskin argued that the working classes should be included in education, so that all could appreciate the wonders of human intellectual endeavour.
- Beyond its specific subject, it is a wholly credible representation of human endeavour, flawed, troublesome, occasionally magnificent.
- ‘he has impressed me with his effort and endeavour,’ said Hughes.
- The collective endeavour towards a creative goal is clearly something he thrives on.
- It's about hope, team work, and human endeavour.
- But, the outcome that you might achieve from your endeavor also could be significant.
- The basic requirement for each participant is measured by hours of endeavour and effort with no student having an advantage over another in earning the award.
- Thirty years of human endeavour doesn't appear to have wrought any changes in the way we dress or live.
- The drama, bravery and human endeavour involved in the prize ring seems to inspire authors beyond the common drudgery of your average sports biography and this is no exception.
- It is now almost cliché to talk of women having stormed every male bastion given their entry into and success in virtually every field of human endeavour.
- Yet, as always, economics remains an exercise in hindsight, and managing the ups and downs of economic cycles a task beyond human endeavour.
- Because we believe that ‘we achieve more by our common endeavour than we achieve alone’.
- Over 38 games application, effort, endeavour, commitment and preparation go a long way and we have them in abundance.
- The Sunday Schools sprang from the same era of earnest endeavour, as did the widespread drive to establish Friendly Societies supervised by the clergy.
- But if you're a pioneering, high-achieving Scotswoman, what extraordinary standards of human endeavour are required before you qualify for a statue?
1to endeavor to + inf — intentar por todos los medios + inf
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