In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(increase)(search/campaign) intensificar(efforts) redoblar(efforts) intensificar(pain/anxiety) agudizar(anxiety/pain) intensificar
- Meantime, the competition is intensifying in the desert cities of the north.
- Still, analysts said it may need to expand overseas as competition intensified.
- A rush of warmth flowed through his body, and it quickly began to intensify, growing searingly hot.
- To intensify the competition there will be status tables visible to everyone in an organisation.
- As the competition intensifies to excel in information technology, the division will likely widen.
- Labor is set to intensify attacks on housing affordability if interest rates go up on Wednesday.
- The place to be these days is in one of the accession countries, as the focus on EU enlargement begins to intensify.
- A new survey shows that banks are being forced to cut the margins they earn on loans as competition for customers intensifies.
- As competition among companies intensifies, firms adopt aggressive marketing strategies to attract patients.
- The Norwegian side is also interested in intensifying bilateral military cooperation with Russia.
- The transatlantic rivalry that has already begun will inevitably intensify.
- This intensifies the competition among workers trying to get work, and lowers wages.
- Analysts predict that US sanctions against Iraq will intensify and that a military campaign cannot be ruled out.
- Gradually the relationship began to intensify and, in 1991, they married.
- That competition has intensified with the arrival of the internet which has simplified the process of shopping around.
- This competition is intensifying with new countries entering the race for these people.
- Card companies have been cutting interest rates to attract new business as competition intensifies.
- So, competition intensifies even before the next serious phase of education comes in.
- During the following month the pain in her arm began to intensify.
- And they did it at a time when competition was intensifying on a global scale.
- The researchers say that increasing the amount of zirconium may intensify the color.
1(pain) agudizarse(pain) hacerse más intenso(search) intensificarse(fighting) recrudecer
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