In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(leave out)excluirif you exclude the spelling mistakes, it's a good piece of work — exceptuando las faltas de ortografía, es un buen trabajo
- we can exclude the possibility of an invasion — podemos descartar la posibilidad de una invasión
- I felt excluded — me pareció que me dejaban de lado
- to exclude sth/sb from sth — excluir algo/a algn de algo
- we excluded her from the team — la excluimos del equipo
- If affordable housing is to be made available in this community, no options should be excluded without careful consideration.
- However, the possibility cannot be excluded that he is mistaken about this.
- All of these possibilities must be excluded before the diagnosis of sick sinus syndrome can be made.
- And I'm naturally excluding from consideration those who have abused within the statute of limitations and so should be locked up.
- So although this possibility cannot be excluded, it does not seem an entirely adequate explanation.
- The possibility cannot be excluded that measurements at earlier or later time points might have revealed some differences attributable to the supplementation.
- This could mean flights between two states within Europe, but that possibility has seemingly been excluded by the category of intra-European flights.
- The secretary may decide to exclude schools not adhering to the deadline.
- The global economy, dominated by transnational companies and international financial markets, excludes such a possibility.
- Hence, we include this treatment to further highlight features that tend to narrow discussion and prematurely exclude working hypotheses from consideration.
- Current data limitations such as the small size of the population mean the possibility of a small increased risk cannot be excluded.
- On the flip side, an auditor is punished, in a sense, for being diligent by excluding himself from consideration for certain good jobs.
- Some of the possibilities can be excluded on the grounds that they are too far-fetched to be taken seriously.
- The prosecution are unable to exclude the very real possibility that somebody else came across him lying injured and delivered the fatal blow.
- Once those 15 were excluded, only two possibilities were left in parliament.
- A medical system that excludes from consideration notions of the mystical, occult, spiritual, or religious will never be entirely satisfying to many.
- Since these were hyperfunctioning, carcinoma could be excluded with considerable confidence.
- When asked whether he thought the men could be imprisoned in South Africa, he said the possibility could not be excluded.
- This possibility cannot be completely excluded.
2(debar)to exclude sb from sth
- women were excluded from membership — a las mujeres no se las admitía como socias
- I was excluded from participating in the election — no se me permitió participar en la elección
- But, again, I personally don't believe that the way to bring about the changes that are desired is by excluding military recruiters from campus, as opposed to trying to change the law.
- As a eunuch he was excluded from the inner parts of the temple.
- You are excluded from the United Kingdom at the personal direction of the Secretary of State.
- There will always be those who would prefer to keep the European Union an exclusive club, but we have more to gain from including new eager members than from excluding them.
- The 42-year-old launched an appeal in a bid to save his burgeoning new career, knowing that it would effectively be over if he was excluded from premises licensed by the Jockey Club.
- Not for long can he be excluded from the leadership of processes that increasingly steer themselves toward his interest, and that of the people in his immediate command.
- Frankly, we find it hard to accept that either of the reasons put forward by your clients amounts to the real reason why Mr Wilson was excluded from the Folkestone Police Station.
- If you are suddenly excluded from departmental meetings and passed over for work usually assigned to you, the likelihood is that somebody somewhere has already decided to remove you from the loop.
- But this time, he was excluded from the debates.
- Immediately after scoring a brilliant 158 in the fifth and final test against Australia, he was excluded from the England team to tour South Africa - apparently because of his race.
- As we saw above, early migrants were largely excluded from access to public housing by complex residence and qualification rules.
- Yet some complain that despite government funding and a well-intentioned bureaucracy, co-ops are free to exclude any resident they consider undesirable.
- Now, remember the ‘economic exclusion’ argument: Cincinnati's racist power structure is excluding hordes of qualified young black men.
- Duerksen said he is excluded from the rights and privileges of a Member of Parliament because he simply does not meet the definition of an MP.
- As already mentioned, he was excluded from Whitton High School by letter from the Head Teacher.
- Curiously, the need to own a credit or debit card means they'll automatically be excluding an enormous segment of the online, music-loving audience, the under-18s.
- Everyone feels lonely sometimes - after a break-up with a friend or lover, when we move to a new place, when we are excluded from some social gathering.
- Those bookstores provided a valuable service but also served as a reminder that we were excluded from the straight community in many ways.
- So for very many years there was a debate that this is unequal, because females are excluded from inheritance.
- Because men favor men, and hence, men get the high-profile extra assignments that I am excluded from.
3(air/sunlight) no dejar entrar
- ‘It excludes oxygen, so the propellant is breathed in instead,’ he said.
- To create generic strategies that were independent of the topic of a review, we excluded terms that would apply exclusively to a given purpose.
- They changed the definition of an institution to exclude these schools and homes for young juvenile offenders.
- In contrast, Bermuda's papers almost never do, preferring to confine the foreign news deep inside the paper (and almost entirely excluding it from radio bulletins).
- To exclude religious schools from these programs, as some liberals propose, would not be neutral - it would be a form of active discrimination against religion.
- If there are other considerations. like custody disputes or court wardship, then the school should make sure they are not put at risk of identification by excluding them from press coverage, including photographs.
- The second phase will favour non-military means, without entirely excluding the military option.
- Protection of the molten alloy using either a flux or a protective gas cover to exclude oxygen is therefore necessary.
- Most importantly we'd recommend consulting a medical practitioner or dietitian before excluding any major food group like dairy from the diet.
- The Report indicates that by excluding this water, capacity could be created for new industrial and housing developments prior to the laying of new sewers and a new treatment works.
- He is hoping that it will adjust the electricity market which, he believes, concentrates too closely on price while largely excluding the methods of production.
- Chances are that you or someone you know is faced with the gruelling task of excluding it from his or her diet - wheat.
- They migrate throughout the enclosed space, forming an invisible barrier on metal surfaces which excludes the moisture and oxygen which are responsible for corrosion.
- While the language of standards encourages Americans to view physical education as unnecessary, the long-term financial cost to the nation of excluding it demand that it be preserved.
- It is important to note that normal resting oxygenation does not exclude exertional or nocturnal oxygen desaturation.
- They also did take him to task for excluding data from 1774-1776 but in his response, Bellesiles does seem to give a cogent response as to why he excluded the data.
- There aren't that many ways of making a fire go out - you can put water on it to cool it down, or you can use some other gas to exclude the oxygen.
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