In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of volcano)erupción feminine
- The procession slowly makes its way down through poor weather and further volcanic eruptions and earthquakes, hoping that a key bridge spanning a deep gorge on the route will still be standing.
- Pet lovers are upset to see the trauma caused to animals by noise and sudden eruptions of fireworks.
- The eruption was so sudden and completely unexpected that there was little chance to flee.
- Geochemical analyses of these clasts show that the eruption tapped two chemically distinct rhyolitic magmas.
- These eruptions deposited pebble-grade volcaniclastic breccias of an intermediate composition within a few kilometres of the Rio Tinto Anticline.
- The June 1991 Mount Pinatubo eruption produced voluminous pyroclastic flows and a major Plinian umbrella cloud during its paroxysmal phase.
- Most earthquakes and volcanic eruptions do not strike randomly but occur in specific areas, such as along plate boundaries.
- The vesicular nature of the products is typical of plinian eruptions in the Taupo Volcanic Zone, with rapid bubble formation and degassing occurring during eruption.
- It is true that we often cannot do much to stop natural disasters like volcanic eruptions or earthquakes.
- Sornette's discussion of the science of earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, hurricanes, tornadoes and meteorite impacts is riveting.
- In the natural world, volcanic eruptions can cause gravity flows.
- Some volcanic eruptions generate dangerous lahars (mud flows of volcanic ash mixed with water) that travel far beyond the volcano.
- Most of Mars' surface was shaped later by meteorite impacts, volcanic eruptions and erosion by dust and wind.
- Andesitic rocks produced by dome-forming eruptions dominate the geology.
- Natural hazards such as volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and mudflows present a significant risk to the population of the surrounding area.
- A sudden eruption or collapse of one of these volcanoes would have catastrophic effects, but current research is not just about assessing risk.
- Lava flows and smaller eruptions continued for decades.
- Others, called volcanic earthquakes, are usually shallower and can be precursors to volcanic eruptions and intrusions of magma.
- The vast majority of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur near plate boundaries, but there are some exceptions.
- This record has been obscured on the Earth by billions of years of rain, wind, erosion, volcanic eruptions, mountain building, and plate tectonics.
2(of violence) brote masculine(of anger) estallido masculine(of new force, party) irrupción feminine
- A sudden eruption in the manager of common sense on tactical deployment, a rediscovery of cohesive drive among the players, and England could yet bid convincingly for glory in the summer.
- There was a sudden eruption of pleading voices taking up the correction of the English language, all very carefully using ‘may’, until at last the consent came.
- This was followed by a sudden eruption of angry male voices, what sounded like the phone being dropped into a schooner of beer, and then a disconnection.
- The sudden eruption of tension between them, she couldn't understand.
- After ten minutes there was a sudden eruption of amity, and handshakes all around.
- The polarisation of politics creates strains between the social democratic leaders and their mass base through sudden political eruptions.
- We could not play outside and had to barricade ourselves indoors as there could be a sudden eruption of war.
- And I think one of our common themes is the eruption of an unprecedented violence in the heart of the air-conditioned, sterile world of America.
- Questions might well be asked about the sudden eruption of a long simmering dispute immediately after the general election.
- The sudden eruption of voices downstairs impeded any attempt Sammy started.
- All of a sudden, I was overcome by a violent eruption of giggling.
- The sudden eruption of gunfire was so thunderous that the very air seemed to vibrate.
- Many other instances of alleged inaccuracy, distortion and misrepresentation have remained on file and I may well have ignored them but for the sudden eruption of complaints in recent months.
- You can be sensitive to the objections, try to understand why the sudden eruption of gay marriage has caused such offence, while arguing your case.
- This process of the formation of new groups of workers, socialist agitation, and then sudden eruptions of struggle continued into the 20th century.
- The eruption of street violence also made clear to foreign investors that Indonesia was unsafe and that political interests remain on top of economic ones.
- He stumbled back, stunned by both my appearance and the sudden eruption of pain.
- Above all, however, ageing was described as a dynamic process, not a sudden eruption but a progressive deterioration.
- Seen in this context, the sudden eruption of the Global Justice Movement in 1999, becomes explicable.
- All of a sudden an eruption of movement rocks the ground!
3(of spots, rash)erupción (cutánea) femininesarpullido masculine
- Just a few weeks later, she broke out with shingles, an agonizing ailment where the nerves become infected and large blister-like eruptions explode all over the skin.
- Logically, a blister is an abnormal eruption of the skin that eventually goes away.
- Three days earlier he had received cryotherapy for a florid eruption of viral warts over his right hand.
- "Allergies triggered by weather conditions including running nose, itchy eyes and skin eruptions and rashes are now common throughout the year.
- Place it directly on skin eruptions and boils - the swelling will be reduced and any poisons drawn out.
- Three weeks later, the eruption recurred, and a skin biopsy showed features of a lichenoid drug reaction.
- Previous trials of oral cephalosporins had not improved the skin eruptions.
- Application of topical steroids to the face may induce an acneform eruption resembling the pustular form of rosacea.
- Because skin is among the organs where HIV disease and immunosuppression typically manifest, accurate diagnosis of skin eruptions is critical.
- The most commonly observed side effects are nervousness, sleeplessness, skin eruptions, euphoria, leg or ankle swelling, dizziness, and diarrhea.
- A 35 year old Afro-Caribbean man attending our department with lichen planus of the trunk was noted to have a pustular scalp eruption with scarring alopecia.
- Here, the skin reacts abnormally to sunlight, leading to itching, redness and, in its severe form, a variety of skin eruptions such as blisters and rashes.
- A common cause of allergies, rashes, skin eruptions and more serious autoimmune problems is leaky gut syndrome.
- Symptoms were characterized by hypertension coupled with nervousness, sleeplessness, skin eruptions, and morning diarrhea in 14 patients.
- Molluscum contagiosum and warts are benign epidermal eruptions that result from viral infections of the skin.
- She suffers from an extreme form of hemangioma, which causes a spongy eruption of the skin.
- Skin eruptions resembling eczema are reported regularly.
- If your moisturizing lotion or cream is giving you a rash or causing skin eruptions, lanolin could be the culprit.
- This is beneficial when a diabetic develops itchy skin, rashes or hot skin eruptions.
- When several members of the same household experience pruritic eruptions, scabies should be considered.
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