In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1intrínsecointrinsic to sth
- selfishness is intrinsic to his nature — el egoísmo le es connatural
- it is intrinsic to the success of the plan that … — para que el plan tenga éxito es esencial que …
- Lastly, I am satisfied that the proposal would not undermine the intrinsic value of natural or cultural assets.
- The trees that were here were seldom valued for their intrinsic values, but for their economic worth.
- Often the intrinsic value is the underlying price of a company's total assets.
- I have always believed in an element of good that is intrinsic to even the most cruel of people.
- I have been arguing that it is right to say, as most of us want to do, that natural goods have an intrinsic value.
- The fundamentals of quality are of course intrinsic to the value of a drawing.
- Granitic magmatism at convergent margins is intrinsic to the growth of continents and is an integral part of Andean geology.
- These systems are inseparable and intrinsic to the problem of designing a school.
- But what is it that makes sport such an essential and intrinsic part of the lives of some people?
- Lepper and Malone argue that control is an essential part of intrinsic motivation.
- Now whatever the intrinsic value of these proverbs, there's no taking away from the harm they cause.
- At its best, athletic competition can hold intrinsic value for our society.
- What I like is that the storyline doesn't just set up the sex stuff, but the sex stuff is intrinsic to the storyline.
- By the same token, investors are starting to recognise the intrinsic value of more profitable old economy businesses.
- Thus, we have seen two relations that are elements in the bundle of relations that appear as intrinsic to existing as a human being.
- But of course, tour guides have a definite advantage intrinsic to their position.
- Also intrinsic to the flea market orientation was an element of bargain hunting.
- It is open to the general public and aims to underline the intrinsic value of the subject as a core life skill.
- There is not a natural, intrinsic sense of community created through television.
- Socrates believed in the intrinsic value of asking honest questions and challenging orthodoxy.
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