In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Financeseguro masculinehe works in insurance — trabaja en el ramo de los seguros
- medical/fire insurance — seguro médico/de / contra incendios
- to take out insurance — hacerse / contratar un seguro
- before noun insurance agent/broker — agente de seguros
- I told my husband that if I get money for insurance I would just rather come back and stay in the UK.
- The survey showed that living out of town will save you money on your car insurance.
- Lawyers fees, taxes and insurance must all be paid.
- The murders took place to collect insurance on slaves who were sick and dying and therefore would not, on reaching land, become marketable commodities.
- Take a look at your expenses over the last year to get an idea of annual expenses, such as taxes, insurance and subscription services.
- As a result, we have agreed that the farm will pay the land taxes and all insurance and other local fees, but only pay a small administrative fee to the land trust.
- And now the insurance - not only that, but now the co-payment goes up.
- However, no rice grower has reported an accident - something they always do to collect the insurance on their crop dusters.
- And somebody who I trusted to pay the insurance on that car - well, he wasn't paying, let's put it that way.
- You pay income tax, national insurance and bills.
- He stands accused of setting fire to the store to collect insurance on the building and its contents.
- But if you have recently incorporated your business and are drawing money by way of dividends rather than salary to save national insurance, you may need to revisit your pension planning.
- The Tories will hit back by demanding to know if Labour will give a commitment not to increase national insurance and income tax.
- We asked experts at Sotheby's for advice on what to do with them, because they were costing a lot of money in insurance and cleaning bills.
- The horse killer Stanley schemes to kill Sweet William and his companion Bobby to collect the insurance.
- This money goes towards insurance as well as the general maintenance of the centre.
- Why not just burn the kitchen down when I light the stove so I can collect insurance and spend it all on college tuition?
- Their activities cost businesses money and push up insurance for everyone.
- The car price is taken care of, but there is no money to pay insurance and taxes.
- You may get some money through insurance or legacy.
- If you spend less than this amount, the money must be used on accessories, insurance or fuel for the vehicle.
- He said increased overheads such as insurance, rents and service charges have resulted in some shops becoming unviable.
2(precaution)prevención feminineI take vitamin C as an insurance against colds — tomo vitamina C como prevención contra los catarros / para prevenir los catarros
- It was designed not as a gambling arena, it was designed as insurance against the possibility you will not have enough savings.
- The additional altitude would give us a bit of insurance against a possible explosive mid-air meeting with one of our friends.
- My husband's just had a phone call from the bank trying to sell him Card Protection insurance.
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