In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(later, resulting)the eventual outcome was … — lo que sucedió finalmente fue …
- his eventual death came as a relief to the family — para la familia fue un alivio que finalmente le llegara la muerte
- the reduction in services and eventual closure of the hospital — la reducción de los servicios y el posterior cierre del hospital
- the eventual winners — el equipo que acabó alzándose con la victoria
- In turn, the farm shows the result of the evolution and the eventual takeover of machinery from horses.
- It may make it difficult to accept and process eventual failure to cope.
- This is unlikely to alter the eventual outcome, but might ensure that it is achieved with a vestige of dignity.
- This way we'd have some control over the process and the eventual outcome.
- What savings they do have is normally earmarked for an eventual down payment on a house or condo.
- The borough will try to reissue them but admits that a legal challenge to the eventual result is a real prospect.
- Too much moisture or rain causes mustiness in the eventual taste and so the beans area heaped up at night against the dew.
- They feel betrayed and so there may yet be another set of demonstrations and another eventual change in power.
- I think this is because they know that my eventual weapon will be my vocal chords.
- Whatever the eventual result of these present problems, Labour MPs feel let down.
- They might take consolation in the thought that the eventual destination of those so purged is paradise.
- The early period is one of explosive experimentation, with the eventual winner hard to see.
- What gets completely buried is the eventual outcome of subsequent investigations.
- After A-levels our son hopes to go to university to read maths, with the eventual aim of teaching.
- My notes do not give me the other match results or indeed the eventual winners of the League.
- I'm wondering whether I should stuff some in plastic bags and save it for eventual sculpting.
- Funnily enough, one of the few things that isn't bothering me is the eventual prospect of an interview.
- The eventual aim is to provide a courts complex suitable for modern needs.
- The eventual aim is to restore Swindon's stately home to its former Georgian glory.
- This process is almost as important as the eventual winner to Soho Theatre.
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