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(of items)lista femininerelación feminine formalshopping/guest list — lista de la compra/de invitados
- the active list — el personal en servicio activo del ejército
- to cross sth/sb off the list — tachar algo/a algn de la lista
- that's top/bottom of the list — eso es lo primero/último que tenemos que hacer (/ pensar etc. )
- to be high/low on the list — tener/no tener prioridad
- the A-list, B-list — la lista A, lista B
- Readers have rallied by sending cheques towards a shopping list of essential items.
- He used the names on his ID list to transfer thousands of pounds from their credit card accounts into the fraudulent accounts.
- You can see a list of all nominees in last month's announcement.
- Parents have a lengthy shopping list for the next Government.
- Following is a list of readily available foods that are high in carbohydrates.
- You first make a long short list by browsing through the hundreds of profiles.
- Other items on the wish list include caching support for portables and secure signing of resources.
- He was picked from a list of nominees submitted by political parties and civic groups.
- Budget shortfalls and slipping numbers for the upcoming show in Atlanta have added to the organization's growing to-do list.
- An extensive reference list is provided at the end of each chapter.
- Following is a list of just some of these heroes of the profession.
- The list of names is under constant review in each area, by a group made up of representatives from participating agencies.
- Needless to say, he dropped from our list of candidates in a hurry.
- The extensive wine list has been reworked to a more manageable level.
- Heading the impressive guest list is Australian Prime Minister John Howard, who will open the conference.
- Ask each firm that you are looking at for a complete client list going back no more than six years.
- Filing is going to join the growing list of things I no longer do.
- He is fourth on the Braves' all-time hit list, but he is streaky at the plate.
- I had compiled a short list in my head of who I needed to make amends with.
- The book contains 11 chapters, plus a prologue and epilogue, and an extensive suggested reading list.
1.2(books published)catálogo masculinea strong educational list — un importante catálogo de títulos educativos
2Historyliza feminineto enter the lists — entrar en liza
1(enumerate)(names/ingredients/events) hacer una lista deenumerar
2(in UK, include)incluirhe's/it's not listed — no aparece / figura en la lista
- he's listed as missing — figura en la lista de desaparecidos
- (in UK) listed building — edificio protegido — por su interés histórico o arquitectónico
3Finance(securities/stocks) cotizarlisted securities — títulos cotizados en Bolsa / admitidos a cotización oficial
- listed company — compañía que cotiza en Bolsa
1Nauticalescora femininea starboard list, a list to starboard — una escora a estribor
- The ship was listing to one side in its resting place, at the end of the long, deep furrow it had plowed up in the valley.
- Ten hours after the fire broke out, the charred ferry was listing to one side as smoke poured out from a load of dried coconut on fire in the cargo area.
- The crew of the trawler had abandoned ship and the vessel was listing badly.
- No lifeboat drill had been given and because of the way the ship listed, it was impossible to lower the lifeboats anyway.
- The ship once again listed violently to one side.
- At one end of the long tarmac at the base a portion of an aircraft fuselage, apparently being disassembled for scrap, is visible, listing to one side like a wrecked ship.
- With power lost and the ship listing, the wounded and survivors were transferred to USS Patterson and USS Blue.
- He is back in today's newspaper, and listing heavily to port.
- Although the vessel was listing to starboard, the skipper continued towards a small island in spite of warnings from the group.
- Although listing to starboard she was allowed to leave after an inspection.
- They could feel the ship listing to port from flooding in the lower compartments.
- Furious waves swept the deck; the little boat listed badly, about to capsize.
- In a second life-saving air-sea rescue, 16 Russian seamen were plucked from a 6000 ton cargo ship listing heavily in a force nine gale off the Devon coast yesterday.
- The ship started listing to starboard, about 10-12 degrees, then it started to right itself.
- Several cars apparently broke loose and the ship was listing about 20 degrees.
- On the seabed, the ship looked massive, listing slightly to starboard and perfectly placed in a sand-chute which plunged over a wall.
- Almost simultaneously her lookouts sighted a large fishing vessel listing heavily about five miles away.
- As the boat listed heavily, panic began to take hold.
- It listed badly to one side and wobbled as it flew.
- Was it her imagination, or was the ship listing to one side?
1archaic(desire)whate'er you list — lo que se te antoje
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