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(inspect)(accounts) inspeccionar(accounts) revisar(baggage) registrar(baggage) revisar Latin America(dossier/document) examinar(document/dossier) estudiar
- But the important first step was to examine it critically and determine its truth.
- We will be thoroughly examining the processes being used to carry out this research.
- Bone marrow smears were examined to determine the extent of genotoxicity after particular treatment times.
- A local government pay commission has been set up to examine the pay and conditions of council workers.
- The possible presence of pollenkitt was determined by examining fresh pollen with an optical microscope.
- This paper carefully and thoroughly examines the numerical relationships between the two documents.
- On the other hand, a truly creative person thoroughly examines the failure to identify what went wrong and why.
- They say that there should be an independent prison inspector to examine the situation.
- Security personnel thoroughly examined all vehicles entering the House complex.
- However, he said that he would make a report, and that an inspector would examine the area.
- At the moment the Corporation has one part-time inspector, who examines rented properties around the City.
- This editorial examines the evidence to determine whether such treatment is justified.
- Letting his emotions get a hold of him and speaking without thoroughly examining the situation.
- Yes, must look and thoroughly examine the present state of cuticles.
- Today, building inspectors were examining the sub-post office in a row of cottages to see if the wall where the machine was fitted is safe.
- Fire investigators will examine the building thoroughly to determine how the fire started.
- The doctor can examine the size and texture of the lump and determine whether the lump moves easily.
- He took his reins and went up to the rail, making a show of examining the Arabian thoroughly.
- She was worried because the tot had just been discharged from hospital after doctors had to examine a lump in her neck.
- Another approach is to examine the area thoroughly, with the benefit of informative and informed opinion.
- This study examines social location to explore the impact it may or may not have on fathering styles.
1.2(patient) reconocer(patient) examinar(patient) revisar Latin America(eyes/teeth) examinar(eyes/teeth) revisar Latin America
1.3(study, investigate)examinarestudiarwe must examine whether the benefits outweigh the disadvantages — debemos considerar si los beneficios son mayores que las desventajas
- to examine sth/sb for sth
- they examine the garment for flaws — examinan la prenda en busca de imperfecciones
- I examined her face for signs of exhaustion — busqué en su rostro señales de agotamiento
2.1British school University(candidates/pupils) examinarexaminar a algn de algoto examine sb on sth — examinar a algn sobre / de algo
- to examine sb in sth
- Another characteristic of this view of music education is an emphasis on testing and examining.
- As well as examining their overall mechanical performance, the tests sought to test the ideas generated in the last section.
- Among all these tests, one of the areas of function that is examined most scrupulously is mental ability.
- Every aspect of Davies's managerial ability will be examined in answering those questions.
- Through the diary we know how well every student that Steklov examined performed in their examination.
- No one appears to have examined the complainant for any injuries and we conclude that there were none.
- He summons and examines the appellant; he may consult another practitioner.
- Newbrook will be formally examined by defense committee lawyers in the near future.
- If they speak to sheriff's officers and so on, we go into all these things and they are examined in courts of law.
- The Petitioner's solicitor did request an adjournment to examine the Respondent.
- One therefore turns to examine whether the Claimant can pray in aid any words added by amendment to the Convention.
- Sloane is one of the other and Ranse is the other; they were both examined by Justice Powell.
- The Appellant was examined by Dr. Reeves a Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist for the Defence.
- The plaintiffs were examined for discovery for three days and the Hull defendants for three days.
- Inquests are usually held in public, with witnesses being examined by the coroner and interested parties.
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