In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(coordination)enlace masculinecontacto masculinecoordinación feminine
- After many phone calls between the ship and the UK, along with close liaison with the contractor support team, a new engine was shipped out.
- FBI field offices with these types of schools in their area should establish appropriate liaison.
- This preliminary experience suggests that, despite close liaison with the primary care group, the referral process will take time to be adopted and implemented.
- It is also our intention to work in closer liaison with the fans and the local authority.
- The party also proposes closer liaison with local governments and private organizations to help refugees.
- He said the Institute was putting in place a framework for the resolution of the problem and towards this end, it would work in close liaison with the residents, students, community leaders and the Gardai.
- This has been done through close liaison with many local and national bodies.
- The Department of Agriculture will continue to maintain close liaison with the Northern Ireland authorities.
- On the contrary, ‘lobbying’ must be applied vigorously in close liaison with constituent social movements.
- We think that educational sessions for small groups of family doctors and close liaison with psychiatric colleagues can greatly improve the recognition of depression and the care of people with depression.
- Nursing support and close liaison with the general practitioner and education and social services are necessary.
- A spokesman for Essex Health Authority said it had been in close liaison with the school and was helping it to pass on advice to parents on how to spot meningitis.
- There has been a great deal of liaison with the local community and with the peaceful groups who wanted to demonstrate.
- The university is in close liaison with the police and a formal complaint has been laid with the Commercial Investigation Branch.
- The police have to work a good deal harder to develop closer liaison with the transport providers.
- Saunas, white-water rafting and a very close liaison with the local military combined to make this a most successful visit.
- There is also close liaison with the school's reception class.
- Management of toxicities in the community requires close liaison with the hospital team, and severe toxicity requires immediate admission.
- Our audit illustrates why we must consider non-attendance within the wider social context and the importance of close liaison with social services.
- Stimulants should be prescribed judiciously and monitored carefully by specialists in close liaison with primary care physicians.
1.2(person, official)enlace masculinecontacto masculine
- When not covering specific cases, the team of six officers act as police liaisons with both the hip-hop world and detectives covering a similar beat in California and Florida.
- This dual responsibility helps them to be effective communicators, serving as liaisons between software engineers and the user community.
- Keith has been in Bulgaria since April working as a liaison of the American Bar Association.
- This eight-week program trains parents to be active participants and advocates in their children's education and to share these skills as community liaisons.
- Advisers serve advisees as advocates, guides, group leaders, community builders, liaisons with parents, and evaluation coordinators.
- If you want to interview someone in particular, see if a media liaison can arrange it for you.
- As health care professionals, we must see ourselves as social activists and community liaisons.
- The media liaisons are there to ensure that the press has something to write about.
- To assist them, they hired an Italian liaison who lives in Italy and speaks fluent Italian.
- Second, when outside assistance is sought, family members frequently serve as liaisons between elderly relatives and health care systems.
- I'm a liaison between the scientific community and the public.
2literary(affair)affaire masculinerelación feminine
3Linguisticsenlace masculineligazón feminine
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