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(land, property)finca femininepropiedad femininebefore noun estate management — administración de fincas feminine
- In addition, the Imperial Family's extensive estates and personal property were confiscated.
- Field trips were conducted to Munnar tea gardens and a coffee estate in Kodagu, where a lesson in how the other half lives was a revelation to the girls.
- The house is built on the edge of a ridge, and the old boundaries of the estate are visible, marked by trees and hedges rolling down to the Somerset flats where peat is still dug.
- The industry pays the highest wages to its workers, more than those who man coffee and tea estates.
- Red grouse is the most popular game bird in Scotland, where hunting on the large estates is both a cherished sport and one of great economic importance.
- Nearly one-third of the agricultural production of the island is from the tea and rubber estates, products that are partially processed locally.
- Landowners with estates on which crofters or tenant farmers live are facing a different economic climate since the land reform legislation was passed.
- He owns a family estate in Mittagong, a south coast beach house, and a string of other investments.
- More than a hundred elephants were reported to have escaped from the forest into the coffee estates nearby.
- This facilitated the expansion of its large coffee estates at the expense of small peasants.
- A small manor estate might contain a dozen families while larger estates might include fifty or sixty.
- Once a country estate house, it was built in 1810 and remained a family home until more recent times.
- The name of the family estate was changed from Lundie to Camperdown and areas of the town, including the harbour, changed their name in his honour.
- In the meantime, 9,000 police and a hastily raised force of 20,000 special constables were the first line of defence for the country's rubber estates and tin mines.
- A highly unusual blend of Barbera with Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon from one of the best estates in northern Italy.
- On a recent morning, one group went to a large coffee estate in Yauco, 140 km southwest of the capital, San Juan.
- About a dozen fellow students and I borrowed some old bikes from a local bike store and rode with our teacher to a large coffee estate just outside of town.
- For 400 years it was the seat of the Tremayne family, an estate of over 1000 acres.
- Coffee and tea are the main exports; both men and women work on coffee and tea estates.
- Bobby and his wife Margaret took their breaks at their house in Carsphairn near the family estate.
- Another factor that could cause more problems for the elephants, and thus the people, is the ongoing conversion of some coffee estates to tea.
- Yields of crops such as coffee and rubber were much lower than on the large estates and these differences have persisted until the present day.
- The rubber estates that occupy the hilly areas are the largest producers.
- But Trinidad planters soon began to complain about the high cost of provisions, and sugar estates neglected the cultivation of provision crops.
- A successful merchant and Alderman of London, Fitzwilliam made numerous land purchases, including the family's first estates in Ireland.
- They also happen to manage several tea estates in Uganda and India.
- It is also one of the top attractions for the flocks of visitors who visit the Wharfedale stately home and its extensive estate and grounds.
- As poisoned birds of prey are sometimes found on or near shooting estates, it is possible that they were deliberately targeted in an attempt to protect gamebirds.
- These include extensive country estates at Emmersdorf and Mollenburg and a house in a top location in Vienna's city centre.
- Stott sums up his forty years at Down House, his country estate in Kent, with an apt metaphor.
- His family owns an estate in the country as well as a house in town and as eldest son he stands to inherit quite a tidy sum.
- Some of the best coffee estates in South India, first established by the British, are to be found in Kodagu.
- He had to leave Paris and eventually bought a wine estate in Kiedrich in the Rheingau.
- Most of the region's farm laborers work on large estates (latifundios).
- Bourgade is a working wine estate with 54 acres of vineyards.
- The castle passed to Charles Lewis of St. Pierre, who bought it outright in 1857, adding to his extensive estates in the area.
- The church, with estates spread across the whole of western Europe, was a vast feudal corporation.
- The grandparents then withdraw to another house on the family estate and cultivate their own land as long as they can.
1.2(group of buildings)a private estate — un complejo habitacional
- an industrial estate — una zona / un parque industrial
1.3also council estateBritishsee council estate
2Lawpatrimonio masculine(of deceased person) sucesión feminine
3(political, social class)estado masculinethe three estates — los tres estados / estamentos
- the first/second/third estate — el primer/segundo/tercer estado
- They began with one very old intellectual tool, a conception of the different estates in society.
- When the phrase was first coined, the three estates of the body politic were the lords, the clergy and the commons.
- In an important sense, inland towns were parasitic on the countryside, for the bulk of the seigneurial dues, rents, tithes, and fees collected by the first two estates of the realm were spent in urban centres.
- Meanwhile, the novel also deals with the insecurities of self - in the middle and upper estates as well as the lowest - in a changing society.
- By law, society was divided into three groups called estates.
- The members opposite no longer want to acknowledge that we have three estates in our great constitution.
- They rejected parliamentary government, with its king or queen and three estates of the realm (lords spiritual, lords temporal, and the commons).
- If they really did that, we would simply have to say: ‘We, the judges, are an independent estate of the realm and it's not open to the legislature to put us out of business.’
4also estate car
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