In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(next, about to be mentioned)siguiente(on) the following day — al día siguiente
- the following pupils — los siguientes alumnos
- The prior notice must be submitted electronically and contain the following information.
- To provide additional overview, the following paragraph was gleaned from the court documents.
- In the hope that education might be the answer, I offer the following information.
- The following year, that successful appeal led to the formation of a committee to build and fund a hospice.
- Studies were included in this review if they met the following criteria.
- The horse returned to Cheltenham the following year to successfully defend his title under John Francome.
- Kate left the hospital the following morning and Winston went to pick her up.
- See the following listings for more information about match dates and equipment.
- I am going to read into the judgment the following paragraphs of the circular.
- The following day, a 10 mile Famine walk was successfully negotiated by the same group.
- If you feel that you need to use a fly spray, you may have success with the following recipe.
- You are entitled a link on this site only if you meet the following criteria.
- The following information is general in nature and should not be taken as personal professional advice.
- Readers wanting more information will find the following critical reviews pertinent.
- So on one hand they demand loyalty, but on the other hand they also want their team to be successful in the following season.
- And the most amazing thing was that quite a few of them came back the following and subsequent years.
- Over the next two days and on a subsequent trip the following weekend I caught and saw many more bass.
- The following year he succeeded Byrne as compère of the Rose of Tralee.
- There is an orange backdrop to the following quotes from two widely diverse locations.
- The following morning, the new housekeeper enters his room and finds him dead.
- On behalf of the club we wish to extend our sincere thanks to the following people who made this a successful and memorable night.
- It included the following advice for a mother to mention to her daughter.
- The following season also brought success as Corinthians won the league in addition to best defence award.
- He successfully re-took them the following year, and is now at Edinburgh University.
- The following year, it succeeded in attracting one-and-a-half million Iranians to public lectures.
- The method allowed the following kinds of information to be recorded and coded.
- The following excerpt from Bauman's letter was at the same time surprisingly realistic.
- When Gail brought him home after a romantic dinner, the following conversation ensued.
- The following centuries saw the successive rise and fall of new civilisations.
- To this end, tenderers should be aware of the following specific information.
- If you don't want to read the spoiler, skip the following paragraph.
- A most successful year was reviewed by the outgoing officers and the following officers were elected.
- But we failed to build on that success over the following two seasons.
- The following May he succeeded Badoglio as governor-general and viceroy in Abyssinia.
- Most of them walked out of Belfast Crown Court the following year after successful appeals.
- Her second marathon in Paris the following year was more successful.
- As I awoke the following morning I found a note taped to my head.
- He was responsible for the recall of Alcibiades and contributed largely to the naval success of the following years.
- He carried out the duties of this position very successfully for the following two years.
- The species that we include in our collections were determined through the following criteria.
2Nautical(wind) en popa
- In the British civil service, given a following wind, there might even be a gong at the end.
- With a following wind, a pilot could easily find his airspeed dropping below stalling speed.
- The high quality event took place in following winds that propelled most of the finalists to big jumps.
- With luck and a following wind we'll be out of it in a twelve-month.
- Later on a following wind caused some adrenaline shoves at the start.
- With a bit of luck and a following wind, I may even make it home before midnight.
- Copy me in and as usual I will do what I can to give your complaint a following wind.
1masculine seguidoresmasculine admiradoreshe has a large following among the young — tiene muchos seguidores entre los jóvenes
- They developed powerful grassroots followings who supported their idealism and gave them currency with the media.
- Having high, positive expectations is a key variable that separates instructors who have devoted followings from those who don't.
- Needless to say, Billy Joel, The Beach Boys, and Elvis Presley are hardly the only pop stars with devoted followings.
- During the past six years his Saturday morning Radio Four magazine programme Home Truths had also gained a huge following.
- They have already won many prestigious awards throughout the country, and have developed a large following.
- A large local following was at the game to se him and his colleagues record the historic occasion.
- The book developed an underground following, and Iceberg Slim became something of a cult figure.
- Bill says the conference has failed to attract a loyal following.
- The band conquered the clubs in Taiwan - and went on to win loyal followings among young Chinese across the region.
- The boy writers have gathered quite a following of fans, and there are websites devoted to them.
- Many poets with live albums or underground followings rely on college radio and students to support their art.
- Brough and Orton's Farmers' Markets continue to attract a large, loyal following.
- During the festival, the eligible contestants traditionally attract a loyal local following.
- Another group faces systematic repression and has been incapable of developing a mass following.
- And they have created vast new reservoirs of support for a nationalist resistance that had already gained a mass following.
- Several small theater companies have significant public followings, as do the productions staged at the major universities.
- Certainly, we know that winning athletic teams have huge followings and many supporters.
- Baha'i and Mormon missionaries have attracted local followings.
- Using only the pictures he is discussing, his programmes gained a huge following.
- It also definitely has a tribalism to its support as in many activities and most team sporting followings.
2the following(what, who comes next)the following are to play in tomorrow's game … — los siguientes jugarán en el partido de mañana …
- the letter said the following … — la carta decía lo siguiente …
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