In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(goods/product) comercializable(product/goods) mercadeable(image) comerciallanguages are highly marketable skills nowadays — hoy en día los idiomas abren muchas puertas en el mercado laboral
- But as he had hoped from the outset, appearing on television did what politics had failed to do: it made him marketable to the print media.
- The course will benefit unemployed people as it will gain them another skill which could make them more marketable in the search for jobs.
- English Heritage however, demanded proof that the building had no marketable use.
- Being able to translate those ideas into marketable material is another.
- This band could not be more marketable and polished, yet remains unsigned.
- This same publishing industry has turned a cold shoulder to other, less marketable writers.
- Thousands of Russians are now studying in America and Europe, and have acquired marketable skills, enabling them to land lucrative jobs.
- The event, organised by the Guild of Scriveners, is a tradition which was originally intended to test that ale on sale in the city was of marketable quality.
- Faces, which are marketable pieces of personal property, are vulnerable.
- She will find it increasingly hard to find any place to call her own from now on after advertisers identified her as the most marketable woman in sport.
- But, today, to become politically marketable a party needs to be open to new ideas and new members.
- But he said the county, with its lakes and mountains, had an eminently marketable image that could play well with the wider public.
- Frustrated savers sell their bonds and put the proceeds in marketable commodities.
- On a global scale, and in many developing nations, water is a scarce and valuable, and clearly marketable, commodity.
- The other could be a more child-friendly and marketable animal mascot, which are very popular in sports.
- He suggests that the solution lies in treating knowledge as any other marketable commodity.
- But the idea was kept under wraps for years until it was marketable.
- But times have changed, and rugby league has once again become a very marketable commodity.
- Today, every show that is on is pre-taped and then edited to be as catchy and marketable as possible.
- It's suddenly marketable, sexy, vibrant and most importantly, relevant.
- Maintaining quantity, supply security and punctuality in delivery are also important to make the products marketable.
- The important thing to remember is that a college degree is what's going to make you more marketable than anything else.
- Demand for the loans necessary to create the marketable securities simply could not be satisfied.
- Increasingly, however, Canadians are writing novels set outside Canada, in order to be global and marketable.
- As yet, they haven't come up with a marketable name for the product.
- Kidding aside, the resolution said water was a basic human right and should not be treated as a marketable commodity.
- The quality of education was also key in making student's globally marketable.
- You have to be pretty marketable to sell a series simply by tacking your name to the front of it.
- Snoopy dancing and saying ‘Have a good morning’ is a very marketable image.
- One of the most interesting - and potentially marketable - are natural aromas.
- There are plenty of people who treat spirituality as a marketable commodity.
- From comics to card games, movies to merchandise, X-Men is undoubtedly one of the worlds most marketable brands.
- What is needed are global changes to make the platform more marketable.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.