In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(located/placed/equipped) inmejorablementethey are ideally suited to each other — están hechos el uno para el otro / forman una pareja ideal
- As the Gordons, John Davidson and Morgan Fairchild, both TV veterans, are ideally matched.
- Since surnames are also usually passed from father to son, the Y-DNA test is ideally suited for single surname studies.
- We call this "distributed virtual instrumentation" and our technologies and platform ideally position us to leverage Internet and Web technologies.
- Wood gained four points from a snooker on the last red which left him ideally positioned for a clearance.
- This procedure is ideally suited for individuals who are young and small stature.
- The candle stands came in various patterns and price tags that ideally matched one's requirements and pocket.
- Any 49-key keyboard is not ideally suited for playing piano music.
- Gatwick is conveniently situated a mere 35 minutes from Brighton, making it ideally placed for anyone staying on the south coast.
- The distance between culture and nature is ideally suited for ironic commentary.
- In many ways, Hull was ideally suited to write the definitive history of German espionage in neutral Ireland.
- Newport is ideally placed to service the requirements of the automotive industry.
- The New Zealand Journal of Psychology is ideally positioned to publish psychological research which has relevance and implications for our society.
- An ideally optimized title should contain the top 3-5 keywords of your business, e.g. outsourcing consultants, outsourcing india, outsource india
- Sampras is a powerful predator whose game is ideally suited to grass.
- That is, we are ideally interested in measuring the presence and effects of racial discrimination at multiple points in a dynamic process.
- And they were ideally complemented by the tasty dips which transformed many of the less moist tapas into mouth-watering treats.
- Good hospitals will be able to pay for better quality consultants who will be ideally positioned.
- I asked Bull whether the company ideally needed a director/choreographer.
- We are ideally positioned to push forward the barriers of this area of nanotechnology.
- Come along and see all the local boxers in action in a venue that is ideally suited for a boxing tournament.
2ideally, no one would have to do it/we should leave at 7 — lo ideal sería que nadie tuviera que hacerlo/que saliéramos a las 7
- Ideally the concepts and materials should be introduced and promoted by tutors.
- To minimise error, ideally no more than four numbers should be used in a code.
- All students remain in the assigned group for the entire course and ideally team learning will ensue.
- The new millennium begins with the launch of a new orbiter and a lander, ideally with a rover payload.
- Ideally bring the bales to their site of storage and wrap them there.
- Students will ideally enjoy living with a host family, but dormitory arrangements will also be an option.
- Such grants should, ideally, contribute an overhead to the university.
- It starts with the personal and, as the work develops, ideally it moves to the universal.
- Groups will be matched pairwise ideally on severity of learning disability/intelligence level, age and gender.
- The altar should ideally be placed outside, where a charcoal brazier can be safely lit.
- A good bat correctly knocked in ideally would last about 1000 runs including net use.
- Ideally, the tree should be able to stand up by itself without staking.
- Greeting cards, ideally made by the children, offer Hindu art and wisdom, such as verses from the Vedas.
- Ideally, he would like to have a brokered convention.
- Put the chicken in the marinade, stir to coat, cover with film and put in the fridge for a few hours, ideally overnight.
- Ideally, the Bengals wood like Smith to respond to the challenge and seize the starting role.
- That is why ideally salt trucks go out at the beginning of a storm.
- Which bands would she ideally like to work with?
- Ideally this will generate a leadership ethic that fosters entrepreneurial decision making.
- The Rams would like him on the field a lot more, ideally about two-thirds of the time.
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