In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1this problem militates against his chances of success — este problema incide negativamente en sus posibilidades de éxito
- this evidence militates against the conspiracy theory — estas pruebas van en contra de / contradicen la teoría de una conspiración
- it militates in favor of their victory — es un factor a su favor
- Of course, several circumstances militated against that happening.
- In fact, the words of section 118 militate against that.
- Have the international community played a positive role or have they in fact militated against the development plans through the so called International Development Assistance agencies?
- Yet despite calls for increased quality, there are institutional and economic factors that militate against it.
- There may also be factors which militate against the duty to give reasons.
- However, there are several factors in the present case which militate against any retroactive spousal support.
- Further, there are in my judgment a number of factors which militate against the exercise of discretion to order an assessment.
- Three facts, however, militate against this possibility.
- These factors can militate against researching and introducing new technologies.
- There were no special circumstances that would militate against prompt registration.
- They note that smoking is a major health problem among forensic psychiatric inpatients, and that a range of factors militate against effective interventions.
- There are some other small details militating against the jogging hypothesis.
- The limitations discussed above, together with the shortness and simplicity of the musical phrases militate against any level of complexity of organisation of the musical material.
- The example of Steele's drama suggests that the creation of new forms is readily possible, but that powerful traditions militate against too much change.
- Two factors militate against quick adjustments.
- There are, however, powerful political forces that militate against any enduring settlement.
- The problem with this cheerful notion is that circumstances militate against nature in the big city.
- There are other significant differences, which militate against any viable agreement.
- Unfortunately, however, several factors militate against the fulfillment of these possibilities in modern Islam.
- We will therefore next examine some impacts of the Shinkansen on Japanese society and discuss changing circumstances which militate against the original ambitious plan.
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.