In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of country)no residente masculinetranseúnte masculine
2(of hotel)the restaurant is open to nonresidents — el restaurante está abierto al público en general
- Eight big game species can be hunted by non-residents, but non-residents cannot hunt grizzly bears or goats.
- While it is hoped that every family residing in the parish will make a special effort to attend, non-residents will also be most welcome.
- For non-residents of Eccles, unfamiliar with the precinct and the one way system, this is a devil of a restaurant to find by car.
- If councillors approve the measure, non-residents will be charged £2 a visit.
- While LeSport is all-inclusive, Tao warmly welcomes and encourages non-residents.
- The gardens are open to non-residents from 1pm to 5pm daily from Easter to October 1, except Sundays
- The poor are considered non-residents, which gives the administration an excuse to evict them.
- The dining room above, which specialises in fish dishes, seats 40 and is open to non-residents at weekends.
- The hotel would comprise 101 bedrooms together with a range of facilities some of which will be open to non-residents.
- And there was a strongly positive response from both residents and non-residents.
- Among a number of other account holders exempted, deposit accounts held by non-residents were exempted from the tax.
- Charging non-residents would also damage tourism in the city because many visitors expect attractions like the gallery to be free, she said.
- Many non-residents don't even apply for residency, and many residents don't apply for citizenship.
- Open for non-residents, the restaurant is one of Cornwall's finest - and by no means the most expensive.
- These will be open to non-residents - who will also be able to take a shortcut across one side of the square during daylight hours.
- From January, Milan plans to impose a ‘pollution charge’ on vehicles driven by non-residents.
- At the front of the hotel will be a restaurant open to non-residents.
- The scheme is not open to non-residents who work in the streets affected.
- Spain could either reduce the rate for non-residents, or increase the rate for residents.
- South African residents get discounted rates, but non-residents will pay around R1700 per night all inclusive.
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