In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(link)to be interconnected — estar conectados entre sí / interrelacionados
- It interconnects with a dining room at the back of the house.
- They interconnect with the castle architecture.
- Secondly, mobile phones, landlines, IP telephony all now can interconnect with one another, making the world a smaller place.
- The two main reception rooms interconnect via double doors.
- For instance, it specifies how mobile phones, WIDs, computers and PDAs interconnect with each other, with computers, and with office or home phones.
- These new carriers must interconnect with both existing carriers and with each other to provide global service to their corporate customers.
- If the magnetic field in the solar wind is directed southward, it can interconnect with the Earth's northward-oriented magnetic field.
- We recognize a diversity of living organisms in nature as the product of a historical process and whose parts interconnect with each other and with their environment.
- Two large rooms, originally a set of bedrooms, which interconnect through folding doors are off to the left.
- Double panelled doors interconnect with the family room where the walls are part-panelled.
- The house has three reception rooms, including generously-sized drawing and dining rooms which interconnect via double doors.
- The third reception area is a dining room interconnecting with the kitchen; this can also be entered from the rear hallway.
- Notably, they have to interconnect with networks and not mess with content.
- The utilities are required to allow independent power producers to interconnect with the grid, and the companies must purchase any resulting excess energy.
- To the left are a pair of formal reception rooms, the drawing and dining rooms, which interconnect with double doors.
- And so as they come closer you start to understand how they're interconnecting.
- Here you'll find another 40 km of trails, which interconnect with the downhill ski area.
- Double panelled doors interconnect with a spacious kitchen/dining room to the rear.
- Bluetooth is a specification that describes how computers and devices like mobile phones can easily interconnect with each other using a short-range wireless connection.
- Other units were worked out to interconnect with the meter.
2Computing Electricity Telecommunications(circuits/speakers) interconectar
1(link up)interrelacionarseto interconnect with sth — interrelacionarse con algo
- a network of interconnecting circuits — una red de circuitos conectados entre sí
2USTransportconectarenlazarto interconnect with sth — conectar / enlazar con algo
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