In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1increasingly difficult/dangerous — cada vez más difícil/peligroso
- it is becoming increasingly clear that the plan will not work — resulta cada vez más claro que el plan no va a funcionar
- I've become increasingly aware of the importance of … — he adquirido una conciencia cada vez mayor de la importancia de …
- we have come increasingly to rely on them — dependemos cada vez más de ellos
- Three years of related increasingly responsible professional experience must follow that degree.
- Small businesses have found it increasingly difficult to purchase healthcare insurance.
- Otherwise, reducing budget deficits will become increasingly more difficult.
- Youth especially faced an increasingly precarious existence, with many dependent only on temporary or part-time jobs.
- In the brave new age of e-mail, it has become increasingly rare to receive letters from our readers.
- Insurance companies are increasingly offering their products directly to the consumer.
- Departments in my own university are increasingly embracing distance teaching.
- Society in general has also become increasingly sedentary.
- What we are likely to see is a wider variety of handsets built to address an increasingly segmented market.
- There are good reasons to reform the alternative minimum tax, which increasingly pummels the middle class.
- This caused government influence over increasingly suspicious I.T. companies to wane.
- Mayor Mike has become increasingly comfortable snuggling up to sleazy corporate benefactors.
- One increasingly attractive option is outsourcing the task to matchmaking services.
- Now, the trend is toward increasingly specialized journals focusing on specific themes.
- It plays an increasingly important role in law making.
- One solution increasingly being tried is conversion of bio-degradable waste to organic compost.
- Lincoln became closely involved with the increasingly volatile political situation.
- Increasingly, government representatives are jettisoning any pretense of opposition to war.
- The increasingly popular answer is to plug into remote IT services.
- This has become a nagging conflict in an increasingly linked world.
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