In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(quality, state)lealtad feminine
- How could they pledge loyalty to a country that destroys families with their bombs and drives millions from their homes?
- There was even a provision requiring new nationals to swear an oath of loyalty to the Republic.
- Many lands were confiscated and many Royalists were rewarded for their loyalty to the crown.
- For most of us, loyalty to our country is regarded as a sacred duty.
- You must pledge your undying loyalty to me, and only me.
- He only gave new cars to his cronies and people showing unwavering loyalty.
- Thus national loyalty is actually quite different from loyalty to a country.
- Although the Welsh kings were allies, each ruled separate territories swearing loyalty to the king of England.
- They have no loyalty to a ruling class that exploits them and represses them while claiming some higher unity.
- Irrespective of differences and arguments his loyalty to socialism never wavered.
- The party is made an equivalent of the nation, and loyalty to the fatherland is transferred to the party.
- Second, he could inspire undying loyalty in his crew.
- Is loyalty to Jesus and to one's own calling placed before loyalty to pastor and church?
- The final ingredient is essential for employee loyalty and the nature of the brand.
- As a leader he has engendered a fierce loyalty and dedication among students.
- Despite his frequently tense relations with his superiors, he engendered fierce loyalty among many of his subordinates.
- But their obedience was born out of necessity not out of blind loyalty to the crown.
- In response, traditional retailers will need to increase their focus on building consumer loyalty to insure repeat visits.
- Despite their ongoing loyalty to the museum, both are well aware of its limitations.
- Speakers use their local accents as a means of affirming identity and loyalty to local groups.
2(allegiance)lealtad feminineloyalty to sb/sth — lealtad a algn/algo
- the Civil War produced many cases of divided loyalties — la guerra civil produjo muchos casos de conflicto de lealtades
- How odd, though, that such a self-styled patriot can cast his loyalties aside so readily.
- All the talk before this match was of friendships strained and family loyalties divided.
- I guess now I knew where her loyalties really lay; with her libido.
- I would spend time silently seething and ranting to my husband and his loyalties would be firmly divided.
- If I could find a way to clone myself, for today only, I would, if only to be able to divide both workload and social loyalties.
- Back in England, however, divided loyalties to king and country starts to tear the couple apart.
- There is no such honour behind the loyalties of one of my workmates, who switched his support in his late teens.
- But at the base the state depends on people whose loyalties may waver at key moments.
- Their loyalties were divided, and their politics pursued interests which were not necessarily those of the city.
- But local issues and clan loyalties blunted the rivalry.
- Never before had the state had such an uncontested hold on the lives and loyalties of French people.
- By breaking the social bonds which sustained local communities, it destroys our geographical loyalties.
- Tribal loyalties and feudal social structures distort the democratic process.
- Yet, he continues, he questions his party loyalties regularly.
- Recent European immigrants were under suspicion of harboring traitorous loyalties to their former home countries.
- Meanwhile, younger fans lose interest quickly and often don't develop strong loyalties.
- Latent divided political loyalties now surfaced, and planters with Royalist leanings got the upper hand.
- However, his deeper loyalties to his best friend, her sister, could separate them.
- In Chechnya, clan loyalties often supersede political alliances.
- Women are divided in their political loyalties, voting preferences, and policy preferences.
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