In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(author/actor) distinguido(success) señalado(improvement/difference) notable(difference/improvement) considerable(difference/improvement) marcadothe area is notable for its lack of racial tension — el distrito (se) destaca por la ausencia de tensión racial
- it is notable that … — es de notar que …
- Apart from a few notable exceptions, everything seemed to conform to type.
- Jackie Kay's Strawgirl marked the author's notable debut as a writer for children.
- Other notable individuals who are still with the group have formed their own companies.
- Two most notable events have taken place in the history of Richmond and its neighbourhood during the past week.
- A notable exception is the prominent role played by Jewish patrons of the arts.
- In Scott Murray's absence, young Alastair Kellock had a notable Celtic League debut.
- It is notable that bargaining power is revealed not only in explicit negotiation but also implicitly.
- These things happen, and I'm sure everyone thought this was as notable an achievement as I did.
- His bluntness is softened by a naturally upbeat demeanour and a notable lack of self-importance.
- One notable exception to the rental costume list is the blue ball gown Knight wears in Act Two.
- One of the most notable features of the building is a pair of large stone pineapples that flank the West Street facade.
- I disliked virtually everything they asked for, with two notable exceptions.
- These two companies have the notable distinction of being able to generate a profit at the moment.
- Perhaps a dozen of these have notable vitality and some real academic distinction.
- For the most part, the acting in the movie is excellent, with some notable exceptions.
- His work also had a notable influence on young British realists of the time.
- There are notable exceptions, especially among academics and medical faculties.
- He led us on a short guided walk round the ceremony, drawing our attention to notable people on the way.
- The Rothschilds are still prominent in banking in Britain and are notable patrons of the arts and sciences.
- Planning law is complex, but its most notable feature is its infinite flexibility.
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