In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(missile/attack/message) interceptarSport (pass/shot) interceptarthey were intercepted before they reached the building — les cerraron el paso antes de llegar al edificio
- It also said turf wars between police officers, Special Branch units and intelligence agencies were holding back attempts to intercept terrorists.
- For example with officers with special signals intelligence abilities, intercepting the communications of others and making their own covert transmissions.
- Trees help prevent flooding by intercepting raindrops on their leaves, branches, and trunks.
- Reports suggest that the joint operation between the United States and Pakistan was planned after American intelligence agents intercepted a satellite phone call from the flat.
- To the fore came satellite imagery and the National Security Agency's capacity to intercept communications.
- And I think gathering the intelligence, getting the pictures, intercepting communications is what we're about right now before we start tossing military force around.
- Some government agencies intercept satellite and other transmissions.
- Press reports have identified it as a modernization project at the National Security Agency, the agency that intercepts foreign communications.
- The message was intercepted by U.S. intelligence and caused a major political stir in Washington.
- She curtsied and continued forward, intercepting Christopher's mischievous twinkle.
- At points like Green Corner or any of the other intersections along Park Street, a handful of policemen could be seen, wholly incapable of preventing crime or intercepting criminals.
- The other agencies have a similar problem, but NSA is our intelligence-gathering agency that intercepts the airwaves, and they pick up more conversations than any other intelligence-gatherer.
- But fortunately, our intelligence were able to intercept his plans to blow up these planes about 8 or 9 years ago, but he has been on the run since then.
- It does not, as some people have tried to characterise it, extend the powers of the police, the Security Intelligence Service, or other Government agencies to intercept material.
- It seems clear that all offspring should benefit when a parent produces an alarm signal or intercepts a predator and prevents it from reaching the brood.
- Since they are flying objects nobody from the ground will be able to intercept them and seize the confidential letters.
- The vehicles were intercepted and stopped by police.
- To prevent rogue servers from intercepting data in transit, the servers themselves should be digitally authenticated before any data is moved between them.
- Until now it has been legally prevented from intercepting communications amongst Canadians within Canada.
- He could not say when the letter was intercepted or when authorities believe it might have been written.
- This is aligned north/south and can be intercepted at various angles.
1Militaryinterceptación feminineintercepción feminine
- The Government says it must suspend the right to a trial, because trials would jeopardise the secret telephone intercepts of the security services.
- This is just the ground-based portion of a multilayered missile defense system, which will eventually include space-based and sea launched intercepts.
- We can see what's going on the ground, but the terrorists move around so quickly and so easily that we simply can't follow them with satellites or with telephone intercepts.
- The conversation, revealed by Indian intelligence intercepts last week, was not unique.
- And so they relied increasingly on defectors and technical intelligence - spy satellites and communication intercepts.
- Communications intercepts and other relevant information convinced Washington that an attack had taken place.
- The information allegedly includes both US capabilities for communications intercepts and details of the US military position within Iraq.
- The claim has been confirmed by officials in the U.S. embassy in Jakarta who have had access to intercepts of the army's radio communications.
- And those who monitor intercepts can easily be outwitted.
- But these officials said they are not certain how reliable the information is and said there are no radio intercepts or other types of evidence to corroborate the reports.
- I'm sure lots of information is there, in files, intercepts, computer memory.
- And remember, they're on the receiving end right now of a motion that says that these illegal intercepts of attorney-client conversations were improperly handled.
- We have the ability to read their mail through radio intercepts.
- They knew that the operation was in trouble from intercepts of Japanese radio traffic.
- A more sensitive version of the weekly publication that contained material from communications intercepts was called the Situation Summary.
- He said radio intercepts indicated the attackers had killed eight and wounded more than 15.
- The foiled plot rests largely on communication intercepts, known as ‘chatter’, from suspects under surveillance.
- If the Commonwealth continues to play politics and refuses to properly allow these telephone intercepts then it does harm the effort against police corruption.
- But prosecutors have had to rely on the Bosnian government military for crucial radio intercepts.
- Violations of drug laws and gambling laws were the two most prevalent types of offenses investigated through communications intercepts.
2USSportcorte masculineintercepción feminine
3USTelecommunicationsthey put an intercept on my telephone line — intervinieron mi línea telefónica
- the intercepts were used as evidence — las grabaciones de las llamadas se usaron como prueba
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