In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1knock-on effect — repercusiones feminine
- it will have a knock-on effect on the local economy — repercutirá / tendrá repercusiones en la economía local
- they were afraid of the knock-on effects of the plant closure — temían la reacción en cadena que podría seguir al cierre de la planta
- And as motorists faced tailbacks of up to seven miles, retailers warned of the knock-on effect for businesses in the city.
- Although European flights are still operating, the knock-on effect of the cancellations will mean delays for all passengers.
- The knock-on effects of the decision may be even worse.
- The knock-on effect of increased fuel prices may eventually trickle down to everything from the price of milk and a loaf of bread to the clothes we wear.
- The proposals for the museum of transport will have a knock-on effect, necessitating a review of several of Glasgow's other venues.
- A devaluation of the yen seems inevitable, with knock-on effects on all its trading partners.
- However, very few residents can deny the destructive knock-on effects that the spiralling prices may be having on the community.
- A sustained strike at Ellesmere Port would have knock-on effects for the whole European operation.
- If the report stops teachers feeling demoralised and allows them to focus on their work there will be a knock-on effect for pupils, and that's good.
- The collapse of the high-tech sector has had knock-on effects in many other industries.
- Fewer people would travel, for business or pleasure, with knock-on effects for airlines and tourism.
- The knock-on effect is a considerable increase of flood and subsidence risk, reduction in wildlife numbers and loss of trees.
- Closing any road is a drastic step, bringing many unwanted and potentially dangerous knock-on effects.
- ‘This crash will have a huge knock-on effect for the airline industry,’ he said.
- Motorists were left languishing in queuing traffic for hours as the knock-on effects of roadworks on Millbrook Road took their toll.
- Loss of trade will have a knock-on effect on other jobs.
- He said at the time he knew the company was taking remedial measures and realised the reduction of the fleet would have a knock-on effect for passengers.
- Many employees have seen a big drop in remuneration packages during the downturn which has had a knock-on effect on house prices.
- Mr Fitzpatrick said if private practice was jeopardised, the knock-on effect on public hospitals would be huge.
- The delays will have a knock-on effect for the hospital.
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