In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(investiture)investidura femininetoma de posesión feminine(speech/ball/ceremony) (before noun) de investidura(ball/ceremony/speech) (before noun) de toma de posesión
- His inauguration might offer the nation a new turn, and from that the congregations draw hope.
- In my inauguration speech, I spoke about, you will be judged on what you build, not what you destroy.
- Playing tennis meant I missed watching the inauguration of President Mbeki on TV.
- However, the main flyover will be ready for inauguration by December 2004.
- Some fifty years later, in 1249, we can observe the fusion of old and new in the inauguration rites of Alexander III at Scone.
- The official state inauguration is taking place several blocks away in the Congress.
- On the grassy grounds below was the area where the president came for the inauguration of Nelson Mandella.
- She also wore white to the inauguration of President Abraham Lincoln.
- The inauguration is a well produced public spectacle of democracy.
- This man has 76 days to put together a government and plan an inauguration.
- So the inauguration is Tuesday but in some places the changing of the guard has already taken place.
- We're counting down to his historic inauguration.
- He says many points of view will be represented at his inauguration.
- You know, we talked about the idea of a potential terrorist threat against the inauguration.
- In April, on his first foreign trip following his inauguration, Lee traveled to the US.
- However, shortly after his inauguration, the coverage changed considerably.
- Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands will preside over their inauguration in The Hague this week.
- He also performed at a concert during the week of the president's inauguration.
- But by inauguration week, the group was backtracking from that claim.
- Even before his inauguration, Kim was moving away from the radical left.
2(opening)inauguración feminine(address/ceremony) (before noun) inaugural
- In Hannover, fireworks marked the inauguration of the AWD arena.
- Carmona had dressed himself in impressive ribbons and braids for the inauguration.
- Following the huge success of its inauguration last summer, Camp Xtra is once again taking place on the campus at Devizes School.
- The inauguration will be followed by cultural events where at least 50 colleges are expected to participate.
- It has been enshrined in the holidaymakers' hall of fame since the 1971 inauguration of Walt Disney World in Orlando.
- I was back in Kerala for the inauguration of the P. Sukumaran Memorial Trust.
- Another performance that Kavita holds close to her heart was at the inauguration of the restored Bibliotheca Alexandria.
- Inauguration of Government-owned facilities are generally drab events.
- The Chief Minister requested the Railway Minister to fix the date for its inauguration, preferably next month.
- Recent months, however, have seen the inauguration of two new large and highly professional contemporary art spaces.
- The closure of the Metal Gallery in 2004, only a year after its inauguration, demonstrates all too clearly this lack of visibility.
- In the months following the school's inauguration, some village dwellers paid to have the same kind of work done on their own homes.
- Cricketers and the outlets' Managing Directors attended the inauguration of the Mega Fun Cricket Tournament.
- Before its inauguration, the park was closed for a week to allow workers to add their final touches to the project.
- A formal ceremony marked the inauguration of the exhibition.
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