In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1formal(origin)génesis feminine formalorigen masculine
- The genesis for this book was a desire to grasp the nature of religious belief.
- Since we know that the genesis of the story was the treasure map, can we attack the problem from this direction?
- This mistake was the genesis of all the sorry tale that was to follow.
- In fact, the genesis of this issue lies in the recent Assembly elections.
- This book explores the genesis and development of sleep patterns at this stage of the life span.
- His research is impeccable, and he charts the genesis and progress of each of the projects with style and wit.
- The gap was bridged, and that was the genesis of my love of acting.
- The genesis of this blog idea came when one of us went off to a foreign university.
- It is important because it helps us to understand the genesis and evolution of the Cuban leadership.
- An overview presented the historical genesis of the practice and its evolution.
- The genesis of the focus on the mortgage market was indeed based on the issue of the European single currency.
- That was the genesis of the cartoon, which fascinates the young and the old.
- In fact, the genesis of the book fair in 1983 in itself signalled a special synergy with students.
- The genesis of a circular library building involved two of English architecture's greatest names.
- It was the genesis of an onslaught of negativity towards the family that made them all seem a bit more human.
- Unknown to him, it became the genesis of a new film that has taken 14 long years to become a celluloid reality.
- Rather, they were the genesis of and continue to be the sustainer of their networks.
- An article in a local paper describes the genesis and construction of the round abode.
- What it does do, though, is provide a wholly plausible explanation in human terms of the genesis of one man's art.
- Does design play a role in the genesis of ideas, or merely in its dissemination?
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