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(picture)imagen feminineimage processor — procesador de imágenes masculine
- Kathleen, a silversmith, has used silver and other metals to create everything from vases to 2D images and sculpture.
- The ‘Groundview’ series of paintings uses different images to represent the ground as space.
- I had to hack off some heads, turn the images into formal, sculpturesque forms, which was not my intent.
- Viewed from a contemporary design vantage point, the images represent an interesting study in contrasts.
- Everyone sees different things in the paintings, interpreting images according to their experience.
- This is an episode from the Mahabharatha and is based on a ritual in which Bhima kills Duryodhana represented as an image in clay.
- One window - in stained glass - is a representational image of the moorland around the Brontë shrine.
- The images represent the spirits of people of African descent who died in the Middle Passage or later in the Americas.
- Abstract paintings abandon images of the external world, speaking instead directly to people's internal thought processes.
- Around the walls women are painting images depicting the horror and suffering of the war.
- The motifs and figures represented include polychrome images of bison, masks, and quadrilateral signs of unknown meaning.
- The images are sculpted in bronze and achieve a rich antique green petina colour.
- Painting images from the head instead of sitting down and sketching what's in front of me seems certainly to lend weight to the argument.
- To those who know his work, he is a genius - a sculptor who creates life-like images of outback symbols.
- The images seem minimalist, using few lines to represent detailed images and also exclude deep shading.
- There were sketches and paintings and collages and images of the tsunami disaster.
- Like the sculpture, the images represent a very naive viewpoint in the art world.
- He covered people with gold and silver foil, posing as images in heroic sculptures.
- He recalls being awestruck by these images, especially the paintings of St. Mary and St. George.
- Her images represent the transformations of the country and its people.
1.2(mental picture)imagen femininethe image most people have of the French — la imagen que la mayoría de la gente tiene de los franceses
- I had a sudden image of you leaving — de repente te vi yéndote
- I suddenly get a mental image of him pulling out of a Arizona truck stop and burning away down the open highway blasting vintage gay house.
- She immediately stopped smoking; the image of those nasty lungs was burned into her brain forever.
- More than any other, there is deconstructionism, according to which the images and ideas that constitute culture are deconstructed.
- It was enough to allow him a mental image of what he expected to see.
- A couple minutes later the lights returned and images appeared in her head.
- The poem has been quite cathartic because I have had all those ideas for the images in my head for years.
- This brings to mind some disturbing mental images.
- His mental image is not a representation of a tree.
- Any image or idea we have of God is certainly inadequate, probably inaccurate, and possibly misleading.
- The brain requires practice at forming those mental images in order to absorb increasingly complex or abstract ideas in later life.
- Capital and labour flow at different rates in different directions, as do images and ideas.
2(public persona)imagen feminineto change one's image — cambiar de imagen
- corporate image — imagen corporativa / de empresa
- before noun image builder / maker — creadora de imagen
- image building — creación de imagen
- image consultant — asesora de imagen
3.1(likeness)imagen feminineGod created man in his own image — Dios creó al hombre a su imagen y semejanza
- to be the spitting image/ spit and image of sb — ser la viva imagen / el vivo retrato de algn
- In the 1980s the two institutions launched a crusade to remake the world in the image of the free market.
- They say that this has not just begun to happen: actually it was the dead who built the upper Eusapia, in the image of their city.
- Our rights do, in fact, come from the fact that we are created in the image of our creator.
- We are reconfiguring the past in the image of our times.
- Songs built in the image of the seven-inch pop song, their length still dictated by the old format, continue to be at the centre of the pop world.
- They then try to recreate themselves in the image of their role models.
- Part of the uniqueness of humanity, beings created in the image of God, is our instinct to seek and to enjoy the pleasures of seeking.
- We're made in the image of the Maker and itch to find some way to create.
- They want to spoil the divine likeness of man made in the image of God.
- For some it was a matter of pride, one small country helping to create a world empire in the image of Rome.
- We can indeed see this suggested in the biblical statement about human beings made in the image of God.
- To be in the image of God is to bear the stamp or outline of God.
- The gilded silver pinhead, styled in the image of a bird of prey, is one of a handful of examples discovered in Britain and will go on display in London.
- Remarkably, after a few meetings with Griffith, she became a Nationalist in the image of Griffith.
- Christians and Jews are able to claim that our dignity rests upon being created in imagio dei, in the image of God.
- We've been negligent in our examination of what it means to be re-created in the image of Christ.
- The huge influx of cash at the turn of the millennium led to the whole Web being built in the image of the Bay area.
- His is the pure logic of fiction, shaping a world in the image of the art that depicts it.
- As a manager, a team is very much in the image of yourself.
- Unfortunately, following the old adage that mothers raise their sons in the image of the men they wish they had married, our mums refuse to give up on us.
3.2(embodiment)viva imagen femininepersonificación femininethey looked the image of happiness — eran la viva imagen de la felicidad
1(make image of)representar
2(form mental image of)hacerse una imagen mental de
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