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 building)ocupación femininewe can do nothing until there is a change of occupancy — no podemos hacer nada hasta que no haya un cambio de inquilinos / ocupantes
- there's a 20% surcharge for single occupancy — hay un recargo del 20% si la habitación la ocupa una sola persona
- the hotel achieved 90% occupancy — el hotel estuvo ocupado al 90%
- during his occupancy of the post — mientras ocupó el cargo
- At least half of the 60 houses have been vacated and the remainder, except the 13, have agreed terms to cease occupancy.
- But again, there will be legally binding conditions which restrict the occupancy of the dwelling.
- ‘More villas are under construction and will be ready for occupancy very soon,’ said Gu Weizhong of the group.
- Members thought the Lake District National Park Authority should grant permission provided there was a local occupancy clause.
- Prices start at $899 per person, double occupancy, for an interior stateroom.
- Of the remaining 13,000 cases, the Government claims that only 20 per cent relate to illegal or multiple occupancies.
- The homes will be covered by a covenant which restricts occupancy to local people.
- When two states occur in parallel, their estimated occupancy distributions are similar.
- It was ready for occupancy in the summer of 1903 and they moved into the four-storey building with full basement.
- The units, which are competitively priced, are ready for immediate occupancy.
- A local occupancy clause has now been included for people who live or work in the area.
- Manchester had 57.4 per cent of prisoners sharing cells designed for single occupancy.
- All lodging prices are per night, double occupancy unless otherwise noted.
- Some facility executives still believe that occupancy sensors are the temperamental beasts of yesteryear.
- If no partner is found, there is no surcharge for single occupancy.
- They recommended single room occupancies and drug treatment programs.
- The zone lengths were reflected in the corresponding state occupancies, which were all bell-shaped distributions.
- Site occupancy generally increased following lighter mortality and decreased following heavier mortality.
- The move allowed Blue Cross employees to reduce occupancy costs by consolidating its employees from 30 floors into eight.
- They want to make sure the apartments can't be used for permanent residential occupancy or sold separately.
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