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(directing tourists)feminine guía
- This has involved, for example, investigating the communicative tasks in Japanese facing Australian tour guides working with Japanese tourists.
- The place is so well known internationally, that it is almost becoming a point of interest to visit in a tourist guide.
- The tour guide helpfully tells tourists that the sculptures were brought to London for safekeeping, and acquired legitimately.
- Tour operators and tour guides are almost completely without work.
- They treated me to the trip (which must have cost over NZ $100) and acted as my tour guides practicing their English along the way.
- My only reply was a chorus of laughter from the tour guide and my fellow tourists.
- The plan will create jobs - as numbers of tourists increase, tour guides will be trained to take the groups to the circles and conduct the discussions.
- The group consisted of public representatives, tour guides and tourism and heritage representatives.
- Only those tour guides who collude with black market tourist shops should be firmly fought against.
- The job of a tour guide is to serve tourists, not solicit customers for the shops.
- We have provided parking space for buses ferrying tourists and locals will be used as tour guides.
- The first group is of tour operators, tour guides, hosts and hostesses at the various lodges and camps who ensure your safety and welfare is taken care of.
- The other side of the job is to act as a tour guide.
- The entire poem is an address to tourists on the part of a tour guide.
- I'd like to go back, and I'd like the place to myself for a few minutes, alone, without the braying tour guides and murmuring tourists.
- The State Forest Minister even said that the locals will be allowed to act as porters and guides when tourism starts, as if it was a favour.
- The same practice of self-protection is evoked in locations where tour guides take tourists from Hong Kong and China to unsavoury haunts which arrange live sex shows.
- At the end of the tour the guide kindly requests the tourists not to feed any elephants when they are seen on the roads.
- The organization recently held a 2-day seminar and workshop for tour operators and tour guides.
- The document will also act as a guide for tourists visiting the province.
1.2(adviser)consejero masculineconsejera feminineI let my daughter be my guide — me dejo guiar por mi hija
- The former includes meditations on the precious human existence, impermanence, the defects of sasra, the workings of karma and the need for a spiritual guide or guru.
- As the mother, you should be the guide and adviser.
- His love of Islam as a philosophy of life and his own adherence to the simple yet profound principles of their lives make him an excellent teacher, a counsellor and a spiritual guide.
- Even more earnest are the downloadable Islamic spiritual guides, quotes from the Koran, and schedules for dawn-to-dusk fasting.
- He was a spiritual guide of the Lubavitch community in all matters.
- Most parishioners, even the most ignorant, regarded the priest as a church functionary, someone who performed necessary services, rather than as a spiritual guide.
- A spiritual guide is one of the most traditional jobs and one of the oldest variety show formats in Taiwan local culture.
- The article goes on to detail how to read the future in a lampshade, contact your spiritual guides and ask the spirit world to get you the job you want.
- I came up with the idea on Saturday, and chucked it around in my head a bit, mentioning it to my spiritual guide Swami Blue Witch.
- For instance, I might be seeking the advice of a spiritual guide on whether or not to accept a new job.
- Gurus may come from any caste group, and Brahmins need not be spiritual guides, though many are.
- And many were the prophets and spiritual guides, yea, countless were they: they sprang from the dust and to dust they returned.
- Rather than his spiritual guides, they are his faithful disciples.
- Years after her adopted father died and after a visit to a psychic, she was told she had a spiritual guide called ‘The Bey’.
- Spiritual guides hang out in relaxed places where they can be of assistance to others without revealing their supernatural powers.
- Special spiritual forces or guides would assist her in this work, and most prominent among them was one she identified as Black Hawk.
- She said their knowledge comes from the ‘Dreamtime’, their spiritual guide which teaches them how to hunt, the different skills they need and where to get food.
- When in doubt, consult a spiritual guide well versed in Torah.
- So, who wants to be my spiritual guide through this?
- So the Evangelical pastors often served as counselors, spiritual guides and confidantes.
2Britishexploradora feminineguía feminine
3(publication)guía femininea guide to New York — una guía de Nueva York
- a guide to healthy living — cómo llevar una vida sana
4(indicator)guía feminineto use / take sth as a guide — guiarse por algo
- you can use the sun as a rough guide to your position — te puedes guiar por el sol para tener una idea de dónde estás
- I use the colors as a guide — los colores me sirven de guía
- these figures are a good guide to profitability — estas cifras dan una buena idea de la rentabilidad
5(groove, rail)riel masculineguía feminine
1(tourist/stranger) guiarwe were guided to the top — nos guiaron / condujeron hasta la cima
- a priest guided them round the cathedral — un sacerdote les mostró la catedral
2(help, advise)guiaraconsejarorientarbe guided by your instinct — déjate guiar por el instinto
3(steer, manipulate)guide the rope through the steel rings — pase la cuerda por los aros de acero
- the captain guided the ship between the rocks — el capitán condujo / guió el barco por entre las rocas
- he guided the conversation away from personal matters — desvió la conversación apartándola de lo personal
- he guided the nation through the crisis — el país superó la crisis bajo su conducción
4they need a guiding hand — necesitan una mano que los guíe
- under the guiding hand of her father — de la mano de su padre
- guiding light — norte
- guiding principle — principio rector
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