In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Television Radioa nationwide hookup — una cadena nacional
- a satellite hookup — una conexión vía satélite
- In the future, it is likely that world leaders will meet over satellite TV hookups or online, making it harder to confront them or hold them accountable.
- The attorney general, who was in Moscow on other business, made the announcement through a television hook-up.
- We use satellite hook-ups and we can get detailed map readouts to guide you.
- All of my encounters with him were conducted via the magic of studio hook-ups.
- That means the phones work in homes that don't have a broadband hookup or a wireless router of their own.
- Electrical outlets, tabled work stations and necessary hook-ups for laptop and other portable computers will be available for high-speed Internet and Intranet access.
- The network would organise computer hook-ups, educational broadcasts, and the sharing of library resources among the participants.
- It's a tracking device alright, but it's through software that enables your satellite hook-up.
- With the satellite hook-up from the 121st Signal Battalion, we were operational three hours after arrival in Mitrovica.
- He testified in a court filled with 18th Century tradition, using high definition television and the latest in satellite hook-ups from Paris.
- Even with a satellite hookup, multiple televisions and an extended leave of absence from work, you couldn't possibly watch them all.
- This is a bit of a disaster because of the growing popularity of ADSL, DSL, and cable modem hook-ups.
- Increased infrastructure, electrical hook-ups and modern-style buildings have no role in an ancient forest.
- The council said it was going to be stables - but you don't have three sets of electrical hook-ups and a cesspit for stables.
- The hotel group is also standardising amenities - including bath products, TVs, new beds and technology hook-ups - at all its hotels, which it categorizes as four-star properties.
- The third arbitrator will be on a videoconference hook-up in Paris, Williams said.
- A modem translates the computer's outgoing data into a form that can be transmitted through the phone hookup.
- Those serving as far afield as the Middle East, Europe and the United States of America will soon be able to chat with and see their families through a computer hook-up.
- You can be sure defence lawyers will be calling the experts from the south to either appear in Queensland courts or take part in lengthy and expensive telephone hook-ups.
- Miller looked at the television screen that connected him via satellite hookup to Washington.
- This fight gave birth to the age of satellite TV hook-ups.
- And sales of broadband hookups surged 18%, to $97 million.
- The caravan park has electrical hook-ups with a purpose built shower and toilet block.
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