In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of nation, group)patrimonio masculineour national/cultural heritage — nuestro patrimonio nacional/cultural
- before noun heritage centre — centro para el estudio y la conservación del patrimonio cultural local
- And jazz lovers are no doubt worrying about what the devastation could mean for the city's musical heritage.
- Together, we must help each other preserve the national heritage for future generations.
- Organizations that promote traditional Chinese music have preserved the rich musical heritage of many national minorities.
- Still, much of the nation's heritage has been destroyed in the name of modernization.
- History is necessary to instil patriotism and pride in the younger generation about the cultural heritage, values systems and religions, she says.
- A traditional role of universities has been to pass on the intellectual heritage and culture of a country.
- In pre-literate societies, poetry was the means by which a community's cultural heritage was passed from one generation to the next.
- Many traditional dishes contain beans and corn, reflecting the Indian heritage of the country.
- But now, like so much of the nation's natural heritage, it is under threat.
- The Pondicherry Government intends conserving the architectural heritage of the town within the boulevard area.
- How can we protect our diverse natural heritage whilst at the same time developing the economy?
- Steam is an award-winning, much loved attraction that celebrates our railway heritage.
- What binds the group together is a common Jewish heritage as passed down from generation to generation.
- Celebrate your African heritage by taking part in today's indigenous games extravaganza, starting at 10 am.
- There is a long tradition of concern for history and cultural heritage in Iraq.
- In addition, this model helps non-Asian readers to understand and value the cultural heritage of others.
- The ruins evoke the nation's Indian past and legitimizes both Peru's historical heritage and cultural tradition.
- Investors interested in Bulgaria can see offers in mountain and seaside resorts, as well as towns with a rich cultural and historical heritage.
- We are trying to save the visual heritage of these historic buildings and create a modern community centre inside.
- It states that those values are the heritage of future generations.
2(of individual)herencia feminine
- For the pluralistic West, universal access to heritage is an individual right.
- Brothers, sisters and their children will pay a tax of 0.7 per cent of a heritage portion of over 250,000 leva worth.
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