In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(required)necesariohe never does more than is absolutely necessary — nunca hace más de lo estrictamente necesario
- it is absolutely necessary — es imprescindible / preciso
- we can always give it another coat of paint, if necessary — siempre le podemos dar otra mano de pintura, si fuera necesario
- to be necessary (for sb) to + inf
- it's necessary for all of you to be there — es necesario que estén todos allí
- it wasn't necessary for you to be informed — no era necesario que se te informara
- was it really necessary to be so rude? — ¿había necesidad de ser tan grosero?
- Eva takes the boy in but does not give him the skills necessary for his survival.
- After considering these two requirements, the court may still find it necessary to consider a third factor.
- Remedies are then prescribed where necessary in order to balance the energy to produce a positive effect.
- I do not find it necessary to consider these definitions for present purposes.
- Please could you send me the necessary paperwork required to begin this procedure.
- We do not think it necessary to consider this issue at length.
- Now, they feel it necessary to protect themselves'.
- Ask yourself what could possibly go wrong and then take preventive actions where necessary.
- We had always stayed out of each others private business, prying only when we deemed it absolutely necessary.
- Often it's impossible for the architect of a company to make the changes necessary to ensure it survives.
- The question then is, what steps are reasonably necessary to the attainment of that purpose?
- I didn't tell you because it didn't seem necessary at the time.
- Because the dealer may not follow through on completing and filing the necessary paperwork.
- Procedural safeguards are also necessary to ensure that the powers are used properly.
- The interference must go no further than is strictly necessary to achieve its permitted purpose.
- A jury of experts reviewed a draft of the survey and made changes where necessary.
- But hunting with dogs is not natural or necessary in our society today.
- Many developing countries may lack the resources necessary to prevent such outbreaks.
- I imagine that the Minister and her officials would take whatever steps they deemed necessary to deal with the demand.
- A social worker will be able to help fill out all of the necessary paperwork.
- Killing wasn't fun or heroic; it was simply sometimes necessary for survival.
- The minister's approval was necessary for the purpose of control and accountability.
- My policy is to ignore readers who feel it necessary to resort to insults.
2(inevitable)(conclusion/result) inevitable(result/conclusion) lógico
- If the answer is still yes, you must accept all the necessary consequences.
- It was an almost necessary consequence of using lenses.
- It is not a necessary consequence, or a condition, of industrialization.
- I suppose that if we allow non-resident citizens to vote, this is a necessary consequence.
- That delay was to a large extent a necessary consequence of the splitting of the allegations into separate trials.
- How can one responsibly teach writers who use the reader's revulsion and horror as necessary responses?
- A necessary consequence of this is that, where they are in conflict, statute law prevails over the common law.
- The magazine, he says, is ‘a necessary consequence of their superstar status’.
- Other disciplines and artistic representation are an inevitable and necessary part of the mix.
- However, that was no more than the necessary consequence of the change in the legislation.
- Changes in the direction and rate of relative plate motion are necessary consequences of the evolution of plate mosaics.
- Perhaps you may think that in this case the continuation of such stringent and draconian sanctions is a regrettable but necessary consequence.
- So urgency cannot be construed as a strictly necessary condition for the status of an impulse or desire as addictive.
- But biodiversity is a necessary precondition for the long-term maintenance of biological resources.
- The necessary consequence of this was political centralization.
- As much as I'd like to think that spying doesn't happen, it's going to happen as a necessary consequence of competition.
- The principal weakness is that there is no necessary consequence for the validity of a law which is successfully impugned.
- The necessary consequence is that there had to be a redefinition of the rights and obligations of the parents, and of those with care of children.
- Some home truths about the migration of people need to be remembered and the necessary consequences drawn.
- He saw radical skepticism as a necessary consequence of the misery of the human condition.
- But maintaining the separation of church and state is a necessary precondition of liberty.
1informal(what is required)the necessary — lo necesario
- Unable to get the human variety, the club has hired a team of four llamas to do the necessary.
- Of course, if she's busy reading or otherwise occupied, she sends the sprog in her place to do the necessary.
- I don't know if you all realize how much I hate being ill, anyhow, I am doing the necessary.
- As I empathised with the poor guy, I obliged him by doing the necessary.
- Unafraid of blood and guts, I went with him to the top of the garden where he did the necessary.
- Paul, a successful model with ambitions to run his own place, came up with the necessary.
2the necessaries — lo necesario
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