In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(speech/lecture) inaugural(lecture/speech) de apertura(meeting/flight) inaugural
- Today in Britain there is the inaugural meeting of Labour parliamentarians against the war.
- He now faces a new challenge of explaining his vision to the country and to the world in his second inaugural address.
- But religion is a private matter, and thus not a fit subject for an inaugural address.
- Bush's second inaugural address was devoted to the power of liberty and democracy.
- The president's second inaugural speech obviously requires further discussion and analysis.
- In his inaugural lecture, Milne again reviews his work, but adds two remarks of interest.
- It was the best Democratic speech since FDR's first inaugural address.
- The shortest inaugural address was given by George Washington at his second Inauguration, in 1793.
- So, in his inaugural speech, the new president called for national unity.
- My " inaugural lecture " was about U.S. political and cultural imperialism.
- The first inaugural ball was held in 1809 following the inauguration of James Madison.
- More than 50 people attended the inaugural meeting of the Richmond Field Naturalists last month.
- The new venue's inaugural exhibitions are culled from the museum's permanent collection.
- The formal inaugural ceremony at Nottingham will be held this July according to Yang.
- Then he devoted his entire inaugural address to that subject.
- Asia House will celebrate the opening of its new home and gallery with an inaugural exhibition.
- The " five nos, " stated in his inaugural speech, remain unchanged.
- After the inaugural address by E. Vasu, writer, the participants read out their short stories.
- His first inaugural address was as much a " Freedom Speech " as was the second.
- Madrid Mayor and ruling party bigwigs have consented to participate in the inaugural ceremony.
2(of official)(speech) de toma de posesión(ceremony) de investidura
1(speech)discurso inaugural masculine(in US) discurso (presidencial) de investidura masculine(in US) discurso (presidencial) de toma de posesión masculine
- It was a departure from the usual - different from the usual clichéd inaugurals.
- Two scholars count Garfield's inaugural as his only significant speech.
- You helped draft President Clinton's second inaugural, is that right?
- But most presidential inaugurals are not very good.
- In President Bush's case, his first inaugural was well-written, but it didn't really say very much.
- Another Republican president, in his second inaugural, talked of binding up the nation's wounds.
- One criticism of the president's inaugural is that it was a nice speech, but that his credibility is zero: no one believes anything he says.
2US(ceremony)toma de posesión feminineinvestidura feminine
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