In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Journalismperiódico masculinediario masculinenewspaper clipping — recorte de periódico / de prensa masculine
- newspaper cutting — recorte de periódico / de prensa
- newspaper reporter — periodista
- Italy is the only country in the world to have three daily newspapers devoted to sport.
- The contents were so harrowing that even tabloid newspapers declined to print the full details.
- Our newspapers even print sample test papers so our pupils can study round the clock.
- For the first time newspapers are carrying articles which ask openly about the future of the regime.
- Nor is it a photograph, or one of those images printed in the newspapers after his death.
- Most daily newspapers are available online and, for the most part, you can read them for free.
- No doubt newspapers and TV news bulletins are also banned in this medieval hamlet.
- Coutts has already questioned the legality of the design in a column he wrote for a daily newspaper.
- The Times newspaper also ran articles about a report of a massacre seven months earlier.
- The space in newspapers given to foreign news had similarly declined over roughly the same period.
- We should have more proper news in newspapers, or am I asking too much from the daily tabloid press?
- An article in a newspaper or professional journal may suggest an issue for research.
- Just how hard can it be to get a really exciting science story into a daily newspaper?
- For the first time in at least a decade, those areas wouldn't have their weekly newspaper.
- A few weeks ago your newspaper reported in an article that my bicycle had been stolen.
- These daily newspapers were the staple of the lower middle class and much of the working class.
- Apparently they were not in a position where they had seen the news or newspapers.
- Wendy had left newspapers folded to inside pages all over the dining table.
- On display in the shop opposite was a blown up article from an international newspaper.
- Of these, the first two are genuine and the latter three are being used by the Daily Mail to sell newspapers.
2(paper)papel de periódico masculinepapel de diario masculine
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