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(not very productive)(well/land) poco rentable
- Landowners can offer eligible cropland and marginal pastureland in these watersheds.
- Africa is so vast and fertile that we don't need GM crops to increase yields or to enable us to use marginal land.
- For example, aluminum-tolerant crops could allow farmers in developing nations to plant on marginal lands.
- And that rent is still a differential relative to the output at marginal land.
- The result of this is that any such marginal parcel of land will be sold at the market price determined by the opportunity cost of land.
- How do we begin to value the agriculture of these marginal lands so that it can compete in this unfair internal market?
- GM can make crops more efficient, putting marginal land back to nature and reducing pesticide use.
- Thus, the model indicated that marginal land could be put into the conservation reservation program or similar other programs.
- A poor man is driven on to marginal land; he is not suffered to live on good land at a low rent.
- Let us assume a two-factor (land and labour) economy, in which a plot of marginal land yields no rent.
- He notes that the northern grazing industry has usually been economically marginal, rarely very profitable.
- Underneath that wide smile, he scares marginal McDonald's store operators with his frankness.
- But the crops promoted are often inappropriate, the lands used marginal and the returns diminishing.
- Majors couldn't be bothered with marginal fields and were willing to sell off production.
- In some cases the provision grounds comprised marginal, unproductive land; in others the soil was ideal for food crops.
- Farmers originally received grants to plant forests on marginal farmland.
1.2Finance Economics(cost) marginalmarginal tax rate — tasa impositiva marginal feminine
- In other words, we assume that the marginal and average costs of production remain equal and constant as output expands.
- Dramatic congestion relief can be obtained by applying short-run marginal social cost pricing to street networks.
- You have gone back to define market power, I thought, as the ability to charge above marginal prices.
- If he is rational, he will choose a price that maximizes his profit, the price that equates marginal cost with marginal revenue.
- In each country, the long-run perfectly competitive equilibrium price equals marginal production cost plus the per unit tax.
- By the 1990s, the use of frequent flyer programmes had become more widespread and their revenue benefits marginal.
- Utility accounting is notoriously arcane and based on aggregate, not marginal, costs.
- In the past the market mispriced oil due to distortions of low marginal production costs.
- The variable, total, marginal and average costs are calculated along with total revenue and profit or loss.
- Increasing rates of reproduction will drop marginal production costs and, therefore, prices.
- Economic theory would dictate use of marginal price, but average price is often the only price measure available.
- Hyundai Motor India has announced a marginal price increase for all its cars across segments to reflect the incidence of Education Cess.
- Thus short-run marginal costing rather than LRMC is the appropriate pricing strategy.
- In the week ended June 19, first-time claims for jobless benefits recorded a marginal increase, at 351,000.
1.3Britishmarginal constituency — distrito electoral cuyo representante obtuvo el escaño por escasa mayoría
- In fact, there was little turnover of seats at general elections and the two main parties concentrated on the fifty or so marginal seats which decided the outcome of a general election.
- Nationally that figures has soared by 500 per cent in marginal seats in the election.
- The ballot boxes may not open until 5 May, but the postal votes on which many of Labour's most marginal seats will be decided began dropping on to doormats last weekend.
- By spending time in the places with marginal seats, he aims to find out what the voters really want and what the towns and surrounding areas really need.
- A Tory spokesman claimed ministers had hoped to keep a lid on the crisis, in a region full of marginal seats, until after the election on May 5.
- Labour, having survived this year's election, has been left with a heavy crop of marginal seats to defend.
- He said he was determined to visit each of the party's key marginal seats at least once before the next election.
- He now plans to vote Labour in the marginal seat of Battersea.
- Tories are setting up a war unit to target three marginal General Election seats in Bradford, it was revealed today.
- It is true that the polls show very little movement either way, but there are plenty of marginal seats in Victoria and in a close election they cannot be ignored.
- Leeds North West, which encompasses Otley, has been targeted by the Liberal Democrats and Tories as a key marginal seat in their election campaigns.
- The final result of the general election was declared yesterday as Labour clung on to the marginal seat of Harlow by just 97 votes.
- Add to this the fact that many of their marginal seats are electing councillors, and this is a big test.
- Once upon a time his own seat was quite marginal, and it was often touch and go on election night - him never knowing if he was going to stay in parliament or not.
- The closeness of voting in marginal seats in both state and federal elections demonstrates that our individual votes do matter.
- No longer would elections be decided in a small number of marginal seats - parties would be forced to campaign for every last vote, everywhere.
- Catching these ‘missing voters’ could make a significant difference to the results of elections in marginal seats.
- It was only restarted after Labour realised it was in a marginal seat and could be a vote-winner in the next election.
- Conservative voters in marginal seats: Grit your teeth and vote Labour.
- One returning officer in the marginal seat of Dorset South said hundreds of voters had rung up to cancel postal votes owing to fears of fraud.
2(on page)(notes) marginal(notes) al margen
3(minor)(difference/improvement) mínimo(significance/role) menorto be marginal to sth
- this is marginal to the debate — esto está relacionado con el debate solo de manera tangencial
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