In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(missile) de largo alcance(bombardment) a distancia(aircraft) para vuelos largos
- He was fascinated by air power, particularly the long-range bombers being developed in the USA.
- So we keep flying our only long-range twin engine aircraft on domestic routes!
- Though not a long-range projectile, they are devastating when used at practical distances.
- These submarines do not have to submerge or go to sea to launch their long-range missiles.
- With World War II raging in Europe, the need for such long-range bombers was intense.
- In spite of the high priority given to the long-range rocket programs, progress was difficult.
- What are the implications of the global diffusion of nuclear and long-range delivery vehicle technology?
- He also agreed to extend its 1998 moratorium on long-range missile testing indefinitely.
- The plan has always been to mount biological warheads on all long-range surface-to-surface missiles.
- Russia intends to send warships, ground forces and long-range bombers.
- He directed that ballistic missile work continue that would support long-range missile development.
- Now North Korea is building nuclear weapons and the long-range missiles to deliver them.
- Several suspected efforts to build or adapt prohibited long-range ballistic missiles.
- We also needed to be able to find bees at distances consistent with their long-range flight ability.
- In fact the earth rotates, and during the time of flight of a long-range missile they will move a considerable distance.
- If the United States could develop long-range bombers, so could other countries.
- Under it all sides agreed to reduce their strategic rocket forces and to stop long-range bomber flights.
- My guess is that this is the launching base for long-range missiles.
- The Tomahawk is a long-range subsonic cruise missile that is launched from ships and submarines.
- In effect, even bombing and long-range missile attacks have become analogous to sniping.
2(for long period)(plans) a largo plazo
- Lake County in its long-range plan envisions the area as a transit/employment center.
- The long-range career forecast is looking sunny for Billie Piper.
- It was critical to the AMA's long-range plans that states establish these medical boards.
- This would best be accomplished by trying to extend more diverse assistance from a long-range perspective.
- The storm continues to beat the island and the long-range forecast is poor.
- Do you have a plan for every lesson and a long-range plan for each student?
- He will be looking at the long-range weather forecast and praying it won't snow.
- With an excellent long-range weather forecast the majority of the crop will be in the ground within the next week.
- They have a long-range plan in place and I am proud to be a part of that.
- The objective was to develop long-range strategy for future directions of the movement.
- I'm not one for long-range plans, but my life as an adult is coming together nicely.
- Such a long-range plan must include decisions about the use of our annual income.
- Start at home: the long-range forecast for the UK predicts warm and sunny weather for the rest of the month.
- We didn't have any long-range plans, and I think it worked for us up to this point.
- Our long-range plan for this portal is to add new features incrementally based on user feedback.
- Having studied the hedgerows and the behaviour of wildlife, he would offer us a long-range forecast.
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