In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(pictorial)(material) de ilustración
- Loans of photographs and other illustrative items are being sought to accompany the displays of Silsden's old industries.
- Present day photographs are excellent too, with most approaching ‘art’ and not just illustrative.
- The whole makes a modern illustrative art of incomparable richness, even though it lacks coherence.
- His photographs are an illustrative depiction of the scene specifically shot for particular assignments.
- We encourage you to submit supporting photos, data tables and illustrative graphics.
- I found myself confused by non-Target imagery in 4c, photographic and illustrative.
- These paintings of the 18th Century portray the richness and exuberance of illustrative art in those times.
- As my background in art was more technical and illustrative, I had little understanding or awareness of how to express myself through painting and drawing.
- Case studies, expert spokespeople and illustrative photographs are available on request.
- Generously scattered throughout the book are photographs, reproductions of song sheets, maps and other illustrative matter.
- Fox does as well but she is more centre stage and her actual picture appears in various illustrative photographs on the cover and within the book.
2(serving to exemplify)(example/case) ilustrativothis is illustrative of their attitude — esto pone de manifiesto / demuestra su actitud
- This approach can still be seen in the work of those who use artifactual evidence as primarily illustrative of a prior and textual history.
- The quotations presented in the findings section were selected as illustrative of these teenagers' comments on each topic.
- The recent Republican and Democratic party conventions were illustrative of big money's presence in the major parties.
- His concluding paragraph is illustrative of his straightforward and rational approach.
- The following is illustrative of the comments made by several participants.
- Accordingly, we may ignore these texts and move to others that are regarded as illustrative of Jesus' egalitarian program.
- This is illustrative of the problem with a missile defense: The threat can come from elsewhere.
- And the process is illustrative of how organized they are, what kind of things they value, how careful they are.
- If the show is unfocused, the individual works will merely be illustrative of a topic, rather than adding up to some sort of statement.
- The experience of a friend, a professor at a Malaysian university, is illustrative of this climate.
- This is illustrative of the absence of an integrated multi-modal public transport plan.
- The proposed implementation of Gigabit Ethernet is illustrative of conventional network architecture design.
- The exhibition is also illustrative of how computer software could be used to creatively embellish digital photographs.
- And your view of this war is illustrative of who you really are.
- So it is not illustrative of the general problem.
- This is illustrative of the adverse impact of the anti-globalization demonstrations.
- Both examples are illustrative of the problems which arise because organizations, including banks, must of their nature act through human agents.
- Both are interesting, and illustrative of why I won't live in that state.
- Still, it doesn't hurt and it's illustrative of the problem the administration is having with its base.
- They're seen as too important to ditch - and that's illustrative of the way universities view their students.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.