In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- On the coast, the maritime villas that exploited the fishing resources of the lagoons and ponds still played a central role.
- Many private developers exploit the situation where the demand exceeds available space.
- The interim government believes it can double oil production by 2010 if it exploits existing facilities and develops new fields.
- With five minutes left the visitors had exploited the situation to score two converted tries to cut RI's lead to eight points.
- They are cynically exploiting the fears and concerns that exist over the question of the immigrants.
- We are looking at exploiting other natural resources in the area, such as gold, such as phosphates, such as bauxite.
- Study your opponent, keep your defenses up and systematically exploit weaknesses.
- "They have created the conditions that could be exploited by the terrorists, " he declared.
- Employers have exploited the situation to end strikes and press ahead with plans to cut jobs and working conditions.
- Some other countries exploiting their mineral resources are setting aside money to prepare for the day when the oil runs out.
- Software defects can be exploited on scale far larger than defects in physical products.
- Whelks are widely distributed, but are commercially exploited in only some regions.
- It claims entitlement to an unspecific open-ended incentive derived from exploiting a natural resource.
- It also pays special attention to exploiting marine resources and marketing marine products.
- Regions in the east are able to exploit natural resources such as forestry to provide for prison labour.
- And there are countless bacteria out there, just waiting to be commercially exploited.
- Sporting activities must be organised so that they are for leisure and not exploited for profit or voyeurism.
- The security hole could be exploited by malicious hackers or a future internet worm.
- Currently, manufacturers are exploiting the natural resources with very low efficiency.
- The nationwide store has ruthlessly exploited a legal loophole.
- These boreal forest warblers all exploited that resource while it was abundant.
- This means pushing to the limit their traditional food crops as well as their already over exploited marine resources.
- Can we stop over-using and exploiting the world's resources?
- There is nothing, it seems, that can't be exploited for political profit.
- Class hatreds were exploited on an unparalleled scale.
- Worse still, when disasters occur they are ruthlessly exploited to advance the globalisation agenda.
- I will not exploit for political purposes my opponent's youth and inexperience.
- The worm exploits a vulnerability in the software which was first warned about in May 2000.
- Instead, by exploiting a tragic situation, I think they are trying to score cheap miles, and I firmly believe this will backfire in their faces.
- The coastal State exercises over the continental shelf sovereign rights for the purpose of exploring it and exploiting its natural resources.
- Still it is a national resource and should be exploited to the full.
- He feels commercial interests are exploiting the situation and selling parents the idea that they can buy things to substitute for time with their children.
- These people also know how to exploit legal loopholes and can often avoid official inspections.
- Services that exploit the higher bandwidth available with 3G have to be marketed to consumers.
- With 13.3 million inhabitants in 1600, Italy's forest resources were exploited to their limit.
- And unless we are careful while exploiting this resource, we might end up depleting it to unsustainable levels.
- That would eliminate some of the loopholes exploited by large, wealthy factory farms.
- One of the primary objectives of modern economic theory and free markets is to exploit finite resources at ever-quicker rates.
- Spam is one of the areas that the underworld of the internet are successfully exploiting for commercial gain.
- He said that it was like the old colonial attitude of exploiting a resource in an area but bringing the benefits back home to the ‘motherland’.
2(use unfairly)(workers/women) explotar(situation/relationship) aprovecharse de(situation/relationship) explotar
- Just because we can't see people being exploited, doesn't mean we aren't supporting this unjust system.
- Nobody complained that the international capitalists were exploiting the workers.
- The illegal status lets employers get away with exploiting the workers through lesser wages.
- Politicians have exploited these unfortunate people for their own ends.
- He yesterday lashed out at his treatment by the media, implicitly accusing them of exploiting him for financial gain.
- Believed to have about 350 members, they see the EU as exploiting ordinary people and are against a European Constitution.
- Then we have some members saying to us that a small number of employers are exploiting their workers.
- You are British workers, also exploited by the capitalists.
- The capitalist system exploits people everywhere.
- The ruling class is obnoxiously greedy, despoiling our planet and exploiting the people on it with a few bare restraints provided by popular pressure over the last century.
- Thirdly, the reason why the capitalist can exploit workers is simply because they have power over them.
- There have been numerous complaints of outdated labour laws leading to unscrupulous employers exploiting workers.
- To prevent workers being exploited, employee rights have had to be translated into eight different languages.
- I feel sorry for the elderly who are exploited in this manner.
- Another participant focused on the manner in which men exploited women at the work place.
- The effect was to make it easier for the ruling class to exploit the peasants who formed the bulk of the population.
- Motorists are being exploited primarily for revenue purposes, rather than for traffic safety reasons.
- The salt pan workers are exploited and often suffer from poor health but get no protection since it is an unorganised industry.
- We know he has made more than £100,000 from exploiting these people, but we suspect he has made a lot more than this.
- Both groups are exploiting illegal immigrants for profit.
1hazaña feminineproeza feminine
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