In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(influencing each other)(forces/effects) interactivo
- The fondue was a fun, interactive meal, making for a most enjoyable evening at Elisabelle.
- Presenter Hafsa Mossi will coordinate all interactive discussions from a studio in Nairobi.
- A Braintree couple narrowly failed to win the UK's first interactive wedding.
- So why not give them a passport to capture their achievements in a fun and interactive way?
- The museum also has a community fire safety room, with an interactive exhibit of a fire-damaged bedroom.
- It combines a collection of magical stories about the city with an interactive adventure trail.
- So, classes should be interactive, the teacher more a facilitator than a figure of authority.
- There was some interactive discussion with the representative of Ravens Group along with some member of the public.
- The finishing touches are being put to the biggest-ever interactive exhibition to come to Manchester.
- The hostess is not a guide who would be catering to a busload, but one who pays attention to a small group and is interactive.
- The conference will wrap up on the third day with an interactive session.
- His talk concluded with a brief interactive exercise involving the students.
- Teachers, on their part, should be creative and classes should be interactive.
- Nine children's drama groups have produced an interactive performance.
- You can explore glorious colour images of galaxies and the remnants of dying stars through an interactive jigsaw puzzle.
- Some were more interactive than others, and there were times when I felt bored.
- We used spatial interactive modelling methods to reflect the influence of supply on usage.
- He has worked for museums, building interactive exhibits and curating and designing exhibitions.
- The Scottish Seabird Centre on the harbour front is a fascinating diversion offering interactive family fun.
- Roadcasting provides a set of methods to transform radio into a community-driven interactive medium.
2(responding to user)(program/tv/video) interactivointeractive television — televisión interactiva feminine
- Technology will enable Lauren to translate speech and audio on interactive devices.
- This software can also be used for online quizzes and interactive games and videos.
- Whereas print and TV media is linear and one-way the internet is interactive and responsive.
- It'll take an awful lot more than a few interactive websites to sort that mess out.
- An interesting new application of display promotion is the use of interactive computers.
- Other technologies, such as interactive TV, will take much of the betting cash.
- However, this leaves a huge range of consumer goods that can use newer, bigger, interactive screens.
- Instead, exams will resemble interactive video games and will be set and marked by computer.
- These works have interactive video and sound controlled by a viewer's body presence.
- The interactive TV will carry features including email, instant messaging and chat.
- These could include pictures, models, toys, games or interactive machines.
- Centring on an interactive computer game, the project shows money worries can be eased with careful planning.
- Plugged into an interactive whiteboard, it could tell a student if the answer proposed was correct, for example.
- The improvement in graphics has vastly outstripped advances in interactive technology.
- It is more like an interactive computer adventure-game than an Ordnance Survey sheet.
- The campaign will also include radio and magazine advertising and an interactive firework safety computer game.
- Political Compass is a simple interactive website that allows you to gauge your true political allegiance.
- The icon means there is an interactive calculator in this section.
- They increase response times of interactive electronic devices, as well as with the internet.
- The interactive typing software has fun games and exercises to help you learn to type.
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