In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1intercambiableto be interchangeable with sth — ser intercambiable con algo
- Cups and lids must be interchangeable with those from other suppliers.
- Unlike many other attempts to copy to some degree the Winchester single-shot design, Ballard Rifle has recreated it exactly to the extent that all of their parts are interchangeable with the originals.
- They aren't meant to be interchangeable with leader-writers.
- The Boeing 767s were largely interchangeable with the Airbus A310-200s albeit the 767s had a somewhat longer range.
- The FCC's two top issues are determining the boundaries for areas where numbers can be swapped and deciding whether wireline numbers will be interchangeable with wireless ones.
- Fiat owners will also have access to our full range of spare parts - most of which are fully interchangeable with Fiat spares.
- The batteries are ideal for both new installations and for upgrades since they are directly interchangeable with standard products in form, fit and function.
- The euro will not change the terms of any existing contract and, from 1999, any reference to an EMU zone currency will be interchangeable with the euro at the given conversion rate.
- The Pharmacy and Therapeutics Subcommittee considers cefoxitin and cefotetan to be therapeutically equivalent and interchangeable antibiotics.
- This technology is newer, tends to be more expensive and the devices and equipment are not compatible or interchangeable with the 802.11b standard.
- In the case of wood, the separate butt-stocks and forends appear to be identical and interchangeable.
- Compliance does not imply that a component is fully interoperable or interchangeable with other similar complaint components from other manufacturers.
- The modules are fully interchangeable with each other so they can be used and secured in place, without the need for blocking and bracing, in any of the MS&T containers.
- For example, artillery ammunition could be interchangeable with tank and large mortar ammunition, reducing at least six types of ammunition to one.
- The key consideration was that the replacement part had to be interchangeable with the original one.
- These electrons are quite easily interchangeable with similar electrons from other things' extremities.
- Actually a full 60 percent of the Bizon 2's parts are fully interchangeable with the AKS - 74.
- It was either that or some boat that had built-in outriggers, each with its own dagger board (which was cunningly interchangeable with the rudder blade), and a central driving seat.
- After decades of producing small arms by hand, by 1842 the armories introduced large-scale assembly of muskets from uniform, interchangeable parts.
- Our guns are so exacting their parts are interchangeable with first generation Colts.
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