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 house, building)ocupante femininemasculine inquilinofeminine inquilinamasculine ocupantefeminine titular
- A shocked look spread out on the faces of the occupants of the table.
- A major concern was worker and occupant safety during the lead cutting and installation.
- Illegal occupants of local authority houses in Portlaoise will defy Laois County Council's efforts to evict them.
- The main concern of the Australian Republican Movement has always been with the Office of Governor-General rather than any one occupant of the position.
- The problem is that at the time Roosevelt was only Assistant Secretary of the Navy, albeit a particularly pushy occupant of that office.
- Cal was given a room where the previous occupant had performed a mysterious moonlit flit.
- The occupant of the office was visibly agitated.
- The lone male occupant fled the home through a second-floor window.
- The opportunity to reduce energy and maintenance costs and improve occupant comfort will be missed.
- Rear seat occupants have the option of heated seats.
- Over the years, Larry's show has become a favorite forum for would-be occupants of the Oval Office.
- Mr Melvin was the sole occupant of the car, and no other vehicles were involved.
- This book examines each of the eleven occupants of the Oval Office since Herbert Hoover in terms of six yardsticks.
- In the official records, he may go down as the third Muslim occupant of the highest office of the country.
- He would not have been much impressed with the present occupant of the position.
- When we arrived, I was surprised to learn that she was the only occupant of a large house.
- And sometimes the man in the office, even an unlikely occupant of that office, may respond in an unexpected but useful way, to a crisis.
- Rosalynn saw the first ladyship as a position that, like the presidency, makes its occupant accountable to all the people.
- As a result, facility executives may feel that applying a window film will protect building occupants.
- Several ships tracked the pod, fearing that its sole occupant was escaping.
- Rian groaned, pulling on a pair of shoes that used to belong to a previous occupant of the room.
- Another factor of cardinal importance in protecting building occupants is debris mitigation.
- The group banged on the door to alert the sleeping occupants to no avail.
- But seeing what we're seeing right now made me think of that line and how it reminds me of the current occupant of the Oval Office.
- He was the only occupant of the car and was pronounced dead at the scene.
- Will black voters go to the polls in droves in November to have their say about who should be the next occupant of the Oval Office?
- One newspaper said yesterday that they were proof that he is ‘one of the most reactionary occupants of his office in modern times’.
- The driver was in her 70s and was the sole occupant of the car, a spokesman added.
- And now with Fran Rooney ‘moving’ aside, it has left the door open for yet another occupant for that famous office.
- He moved away from the closet to look at the door and the new occupant of the room.
- Why hasn't this job weighed as heavily on you as it has on some other occupants of this Oval Office?
- They allow building occupants to see what is going on outside the building.
- In most cases, the occupant of these positions must first be a faculty member and one who has achieved the rank of full professor.
- She was the only occupant of the vehicle.
US(on letter)al ocupante de la vivienda
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