In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(country/house/room) entrar en(house/room/country) entrar a Latin Americathe ship will enter port at 6 o'clock — el buque entrará a puerto / tomará puerto a las seis en punto
- the sewage enters the sea untreated — las aguas residuales llegan al mar / van a dar al mar sin haber sido tratadas
- it never entered my head — ni se me ocurrió
- We entered the City at the original site of Temple Bar and descended Fleet Street, now a mere shadow of its former journalistic self.
- Two giant Haida totem poles have long greeted visitors as they enter the Field Museum.
- As planned, Buddha enters the City to attend a feast.
- They entered Room 180 through its double doors and found it filling with smoke.
- To enter into dialogue with a culture that does not possess the ontological security of majority cultures is to enter a representational space of intimacy.
- They enter the Centre and are immediately struck by its sense of space and the feeling of being in a cultural retreat, rich and wise.
- Some might even say we are entering the World of the Weird as this is one different-looking sixgun.
- I feel butterflies in my belly as I watch William Hutt enter from up stage center greeted by a long round of applause.
- Get your troops over there, but make sure they don't enter the City or they'll be killed on site.
- The shooting has sparked fears of a retaliatory attack by the victim's friends, who tried to enter the City Hall on Thursday.
- To enter the City of Manchester stadium, visitors need to buy a swipe card.
- For instance, when you tell a story, you may have a character who enters, speaks his lines and then exits.
- In the short run the number and size of freight vehicles entering the City should be reduced through measures to pool deliveries.
- It is Shakespeare al fresco and the spectator entering the Globe steps into an environment at once familiar and mysterious, past and present.
- Unusually, all the action takes place on one set which gives it a theatrical feel with characters constantly entering and exiting from the wings.
- The dreams of the younger players were already losing their sparkle just when they were about to enter a World Cup arena for the first time and should be savouring every moment.
- After paying a highly-inflated price for gasoline, I entered the Capital Beltway.
- When entering the Centre on Sunday, she was in a complete daze and nearly cried when she saw the wanton destruction.
- She shook her head, dismissing all thoughts on that matter, as she entered the Town Square.
- This was during the visit of the Lady Nelson, under Captain John Murray, the first European vessel to enter Port Phillip Bay.
2(begin)(phase/period) entrar en(job/course) comenzar(job/course) iniciar formalthe strike is entering its third week — la huelga está entrando en su tercera semana
- He also noted that the party is entering its 20th year in existence on December 21.
- It is expected to transform every life stage it enters.
3.1(join)(army) alistarse en(army) entrar en(firm/organization) entrar en(firm/organization) incorporarse ashe entered politics at an early age — inició su carrera / andadura política siendo aún muy joven
- to enter the priesthood — (esp in the Catholic church) hacerse sacerdote
- Following this he became a Schools Inspector, entering at this stage the same profession as that of his father.
- The condition he has was discovered while he was a teenager and had been treated and noted before he entered Yale.
- He did doctoral work on testing and develops writing assessments for entering M.I.T. freshmen.
- Suggest a book for someone considering entering the Catholic Church.
3.2(begin to take part in)(war/negotiations) entrar en(market) introducirse en(dispute/debate) sumarse a
- In the last surviving section, the betrothed is introduced to and enters her new Byzantine family.
- The national interest analysis notes some of the disadvantages to New Zealand in entering a closer economic partnership with Thailand.
3.3(candidate/student) presentarshe entered herself/three students for the examination — se presentó/presentó a tres estudiantes al examen
- 12 horses have been entered in the race — se han inscrito 12 caballos para tomar parte en la carrera
- Luxembourg have entered the World Cup 15 times and finished bottom of their qualifying group every time.
- England didn't enter the World Cup until 1950, whereupon we were immediately instilled as favourites.
- When he entered the World Pizza Games in Las Vegas, he won first place three years running.
- In nearly all cases, the defendant enters a guilty plea before trial.
- During a hearing on Monday, his solicitor entered no plea and made no application for bail.
- He again reiterated that he would not have entered his guilty plea had he known of this additional licence suspension.
- She entered a guilty plea without having gone through a preliminary hearing.
- Should you wish to enter the World Handwriting Contest next year, please visit their website.
- The club's players also formed the backbone of the North Yorkshire sides that entered the Area Cup for county teams across the UK.
- She too had been given an indication that upon such pleas being entered, the prosecution would not proceed further against her husband.
- He relied on skill and perseverance to win his way and when he first entered senior County level football he was subject to a lot of hard knocks.
- Nevertheless, success in the Islamic Games' tennis and entering the World Group play-offs are the landmarks of our national tennis.
- I am working towards entering the City of Glasgow Great Scottish Run on September 8.
- To top it all off, those of you with a singing voice can enter the Sopranos Karaoke Competition which will begin before the end of the year.
- In 1995 she entered her first World Games in Manchester, winning two silvers and a bronze.
3.4(race) inscribirse (para tomar parte) enare you going to enter the competition? — ¿te vas a presentar al concurso?
4.1(record)inscribiranotardar entrada ato enter one's name on a list — inscribirse en una lista
- words are entered in alphabetical order — se da entrada a las palabras por orden alfabético
- she entered a cross against my name — puso una cruz junto a mi nombre
- He rubbed his eyes as she entered the last of their notes into the datapak on the desk before her.
- Unsigned vouchers had been entered in the books of accounts.
- She enters it in the register and hands him his change.
- Since then all the original material and volumes of fresh material have been carefully researched, assessed and entered onto the computer system.
- Users can use it to enter information about themselves on any web site without having to type it in manually every time.
- Also entered is information about his or her family and friends.
- Secondly, you can deliberately enter information about yourself into a digital profile.
- New buttons formed, and on the screen it indicated for him to enter how far into the future to move.
- So when you enter your information, it's going to a criminal somewhere in the Internet, who's taking that data and using it for financial crime.
- There's been much confusion over the pledging process and I will happily get you registered and enter the amount you stipulate.
- Where phones lose out to palmtops is screen size, the ease with which you can enter information and flexibility in choice of software.
- If you think you have forgotten to enter a note for that bar and try to enter one, you will end up with two notes instead of one.
4.2Computing(data) dar entrada a(data) introducir
5.1to enter an appeal — interponer un recurso de apelación
- to enter a writ of habeas corpus — presentar un recurso de hábeas corpus
- to enter a plea of not guilty — declararse inocente
5.2formal(protest) elevar formal(protest) formular formal(complaint) presentar
1(come, go in)entrarenter! — ¡pase!
2(actor/character) entrarenter Melissa — entra Melissa
- to enter stage right — salir a escena / entrar en escena por la derecha
3(for competition/race) inscribirse(for examination) presentarse(for examination) presentarse ( a algo)to enter ( for sth) — inscribirse ( en algo)
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