In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(form, embodiment)manifestación feminine
- The Hindu temple, in all its diverse manifestations, incarnates this truth.
- According to Malek, the cat was regarded strictly as a manifestation of a deity, not a deity itself.
- Twentieth-century art, particularly in its abstract manifestations, provides many examples of such integration.
- Baptists believe Jesus of Nazareth was the Christ, the incarnate manifestation of the Eternal God.
- We are all incarnations and manifestations of the Divine.
- The holy land of Bharat is the birthplace of many incarnations and manifestations of divine power that descended on earth in human garb.
2(sign, symptom)manifestación feminineindicio masculine
- We are looking not at an event but at a visual manifestation of thought.
- There it was, the mysterious manifestation of the ‘festival atmosphere’.
- Sometimes the manifestations of liver disease are not obvious.
- In addition, he still constitutes the paradigmatic figure in whom philosophy, even in its most abstract manifestations, is never severed from the concerns of life.
- Another manifestation of the black market in Belfast is the legendary and ever-popular delivery services.
- Such yearning is a manifestation of a pure revolutionary spirit.
- The phenomena described above are the obvious manifestations of this dilemma.
- What we saw here was a manifestation of a global oversupply problem in emerging markets.
- Interest in the cardiovascular manifestations of sleep apnea has grown dramatically over the past few years.
- To this end, a theory construes those phenomena as manifestations of entities and processes that lie behind or beneath them, as it were.
- I see democracy as the political manifestation of our cultural evolution.
- More importantly, the feast was a ceremonial manifestation of the warfaring nature of society.
- This change has many obvious surface manifestations.
- Class differentiation, on the other hand, is increasing both in day-to-day social interaction and manifestations of disparities.
- She says the whole event was a manifestation of some new kind of consciousness.
- Acute respiratory distress syndrome is the clinical manifestation of severe, acute lung injury.
- The obvious manifestation of that is in low turnouts at elections.
- Individual evildoers can be defeated; the current manifestation of evil can be destroyed.
- As this column demonstrated last week, this polarisation is extreme and has clear-cut economic, cultural and political manifestations.
- At present they are the earliest evidence of human creativity and the first known visual manifestations of abstract thought.
- One of the most obvious manifestations of muscle mass loss is the decreased ability to produce force.
- He is always portrayed as an abstract manifestation of evil, from which we, as the good children of the next generation, are safely separated.
- The behavior and clinical manifestations of infectious diseases also might be dictated by the same phenomenon.
- Offshoring is merely the latest manifestation of a well-established process.
- Social withdrawal can be a manifestation of untreated physical symptoms such as pain.
3(of ghost)aparición feminine
- It seems there's nothing like a demonic manifestation to stimulate the giving spirit.
- The majority of spiritual manifestations use electromagnetic energy to interact with our world, hence the bag.
- Oh, and for the record, I've never experienced a physical manifestation of a spirit.
- And to take the place of the word of God he holds out spiritual manifestations.
- In the literary ghost story, at least in many of its classic manifestations, the ghost is all, and the deliberate arousal of fear is the story's primary purpose.
- He called it a hobby while I called it a manifestation of an evil spirit.
- The same applies to the spiritual manifestations in his work.
- They issued a number of condemnations, and claimed that spirit manifestations were in fact the work of demons.
- Though he waited, no further manifestations appeared.
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