In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(worker) trabajador(worker) laborioso(worker) diligente(student) aplicado(student) diligente(efforts) diligente(efforts) empeñoso
- The plantation was a considerable success, the settlers proving industrious and determined.
- He struck me as being particularly hardworking, energetic and industrious.
- Anyway, he is very industrious and energetic in his sweeping.
- A hard working industrious lady, she was respected member of the Community.
- A very active and industrious lady, she owned the flower gardens at Ballybrophy until she retired.
- From the endless rows of hand tools to the overalls and safety goggles, the atmosphere is industrious to say the least.
- Your industrious and methodical nature will gain you respect in the workplace.
- Yes, beavers are industrious rodents whose dams help our river systems.
- I've attached a picture that one of our industrious computer experts put together.
- A member of a respected family she was a hard working industrious lady.
- His layered photographs condense the evidence of man and its industrious production.
- A very hard working and industrious farmer, he was an excellent family man and a member of an old and respected family.
- With it comes an economy that mainly stands on consumption rather than on the industrious craft of production.
- They are industrious people who believe in strong families, self-discipline and orderly lifestyles.
- She was a very hard working industrious lady and she loved to chat about old times.
- He again underlined what a player he could be with another industrious performance on the right hand side of midfield.
- They were exemplars of the same industrious values as their subjects.
- We make the busy bee look like a lazy creature, and the industrious ant, a sluggard.
- He inherited a great love of the land and livestock and was a most industrious and hard-working gentleman.
- A very hard working and industrious man, he was held in very high esteem.
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