In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(look closely at)(camera/car) revisar(camera/car) examinarto inspect sth for sth
- we inspected their hair for lice — les revisamos el pelo para ver si tenían piojos
- The difficulty is that the court must decide whether the document has been inadvertently inspected.
- After inspecting it more closely, we were surprised to discover that it was a brass telescope, with all the optics still in place!
- Framed on the wall, it looks pictorial, until you inspect its relief and discover its sculptural elements.
- Periodically, they are visited by a sinister official who inspects their papers and sometimes buys or confiscates a new fiddle.
- After closely inspecting the truck and its cargo and searching the two boys they motioned them to go on.
- The two of them went outside and inspected the area just below the broken window.
- Toby must have noticed me inspecting the pages, as he snatched them from my view in a swift movement.
- No constable or bailiff can knock at the door and demand entry so as to inspect papers or documents.
- He runs outside and inspects the car for any telltale signs of the encounter.
- I watch as John starts to log the vehicle's details on his computer, but am slightly puzzled when he leans over and closely inspects its wheels.
- The accepted practice is that a consultant simply reviews the contractor's work, while a supervisor inspects and directs the work.
- Carefully inspect the display of rocks for footprints, claw marks and tail drags made by primitive reptiles.
- The council has already inspected four sites to assess how suitable they are.
- Health and safety experts are currently inspecting the building to check that it's safe.
- To my amusement, she inspects it closely, with serious expression.
- I have instructed a Building Surveyor to inspect the works and am awaiting his report.
- After inspecting the equipment they discovered that there had been a leak.
- This means it will be given extra cash to improve standards, and will be regularly inspected by Government teams.
- The CDC, which oversees cruise ship sanitation, inspects all vessels calling upon U.S. ports, and Texas-based ships have received good reports.
- The Authority is able to monitor compliance with the law and directions by inspecting licensed premises.
- This condition should be used when inspecting firearms as well as storing them in secure areas.
- Since that time the parties have been unable to agree upon the procedure for inspecting and producing the documents.
- Labor Ready says it inspects job sites to ensure safety and requires workers to report unsafe conditions, but many employees tell a different story.
- She looked at it closely, like a detective inspecting the scene of the crime.
- He or she also inspects your skin and the inside and outside of your nose.
- Food officers also regularly inspect their premises to ensure they comply with the regulations.
- As he inspected it further he noticed a slight discoloring in the brick.
- The findings may come as a surprise to anyone who closely inspects Dewar's record in office.
- Let me just offer a few sage observations after having traveled the aisles inspecting the wares.
- This means that their entire nuclear programme is continually being inspected and monitored.
- The Council is to send an expert to inspect the trees to assess their condition.
- The ministry has created a special department for environmental inspection, which regularly inspects industrial plants and assesses their compliance with environment law.
- I inspected it closely and noticed a couple of things that may have been the cause of the problem.
- A regulatory organisation of both regional and international credibility, SANAS inspects laboratories to ensure they conform to international standards before they are accredited.
- You of course have copies of the documents you now wish to inspect.
- It would be normal procedure for any incoming tenant to have the building inspected by the surveyor, and that is what they did.
- Licensed fur farms are inspected to assess compliance with the Council of Europe recommendations.
- She was shocked and horrified when she went to inspect the premises and discovered the extent of the damage.
- Three other incoming jets were asked to over-fly the airport while safety officials inspected the runway.
- Operators who will be inspecting and testing the systems also must be sufficiently trained.
2(examine officially)(restaurant/school) inspeccionar(equipment) inspeccionar(equipment) revisarto inspect sth for sth
- inspect the documents for any discrepancies — revisen los documentos para comprobar si hay alguna discrepancia
3(troops) pasar revista a
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