In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1modificación feminineto make modifications to sth — hacerle modificaciones a algo
- with slight modification(s) — con ligeras modificaciones
- So I'm quite comfortable writing for those audiences, with slight modifications.
- The renovation is extensive involving a new floor and modifications to the roof.
- There are also modifications for people doing the workout surreptitiously at their desks.
- At least then it would be possible to get some feedback from the people who are to use it, allowing for any modifications.
- Engine modifications have been carried out to prevent similar accidents.
- The many modifications and innovations required had to be developed and refined through experience.
- The Contractor shall make such adjustments and modifications which he proposes to make.
- The machinery at the plant needs just a few modifications to process passion fruit.
- He said this would likely lead to a lengthy closure and possibly design modifications.
- Many had spent thousands of pounds on their vehicles, and showed officers their modifications.
- He stressed that the scheme was a trial, and modifications could be made.
- It can be used immediately in any diesel vehicle with no modifications or impact on warranties.
- The modifications being tried out will fetch millions of pounds more.
- But it also said the family's boat had modifications on its hull that reduced its buoyancy.
- Well, we have seen a few changes, a few modifications, and a few updates, since that time.
- This system is based on the one I have at work, with the modifications that I wanted.
- Whether this exercise will now lead to modifications or legal changes is most unlikely.
- It goes without saying that certain modifications will have to be made to the shape to make it more practical.
- The prototype proved successful and further modifications were made to improve it.
- Under the changes, a fee will also be charged for modifications to properties where covenants still apply.
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