In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(aims/lifestyles/personalities) incompatibleto be incompatible with sth — ser incompatible con algo
- these tariffs are incompatible with existing trade agreements — estas tarifas son incompatibles con los acuerdos comerciales vigentes
- And it follows that each of the things is, by the respective parties, called by two different and incompatible names - liberty and tyranny.
- There are some good reasons for the adoption of this principle: different states often have different and incompatible religious beliefs.
- He explains how believers in the paranormal and scientific skeptics arrive at their conclusions via very different and incompatible ways of thinking.
- Instead it has made him think that perhaps we are incompatible and need not be together.
- Postmodernism has emerged as many-headed, multi-armed, waving in different incompatible directions, at once old and new.
- Generally speaking, the most violent and dysfunctional Aboriginal communities are the ones where several incompatible clan groups were arbitrarily shoved together by missionaries and governments.
- Taking these terms in their ordinary senses, it would seem that in the two works Hegel takes different and incompatible views.
- To be reliable, a cognitive mechanism must enable a person to discriminate or differentiate between incompatible states of affairs.
- It is man's nature to suffer from incompatible desires simultaneously - for example, wanting both security and excitement.
- In other words, people may be playing on different - and sometimes incompatible - fields.
- He acknowledges that different value systems are incompatible.
- To even try and understand how two such incompatible people stayed together for so long is something the film tries to explain, and in fact it does very well.
- But if the properties at different times are incompatible, then a contradiction follows.
- Yet the term is used in a variety of different and occasionally incompatible ways.
- As Freud's view of the unconscious suggests, distinct but interrelated spheres of reality or experience obey different, even incompatible, structures.
- In terms of the dissemination of news, the interests of the media and the president are very different and often incompatible.
- Their relationship was short lived, however, as they were clearly incompatible.
- Therefore, theistic evolution which assumes divine direction to achieve divinely ordained goals is an entirely different and incompatible theory.
- It involved putting incompatible prisoners together in a cell, then betting on when a fight would break out.
- This is true by definition, for different individuals will always want and desire different and incompatible things and their unfettered pursuit of their own objectives will inevitably bring them into conflict.
- It gradually became clear that we had radically different and incompatible views concerning the tasks of Marxists today and the kind of parties we should be building.
- When estimating the probability of events, why do you use two different and incompatible methods, depending on whether the event was human-caused or not?
- Even the most reasoned and eloquent theological discourse will not reconcile viewpoints that are rooted in incompatible assumptions about the nature and purpose of our faith and community.
- It is outrageous that the 43 police forces of England and Wales all have different and incompatible intelligence systems.
- These and other physical realities mean that almost every aspect of life, from taking a simple breath or eating to finding a mate, requires different, often incompatible, adaptations in the two media.
2Pharmacology Medicine(tissue/blood) incompatible
- In addition, there are still compatibility issues among Fibre Channel vendors requiring users to separate incompatible hardware into separate switch zones.
- Common avoidable problems include overcrowded or illegible slides, irrelevant or badly prepared handouts, and incompatible multimedia equipment.
- Furthermore, changing formats, and incompatible hardware and software certainly has created situations where data has become difficult to retrieve.
- Remember also that many disk and other utility programs are incompatible, this is not necessarily a problem as they are largely redundant.
- More than three years of desert battlefield experience has proven that too much Army Reserve equipment is still incompatible and not interoperable with AC equipment.
3Technology(equipment/computer programs/formats) incompatible
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