In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(remark/moment) oportunoyour intervention/arrival was most opportune — tu intervención/llegada fue de lo más oportuna
- It is therefore an opportune time to review what distinguishes this centre of learning from other universities.
- We find this an opportune time to write this piece as high stakes testing currently looms large over schools, teachers, and students.
- The three grants totalling US $7.3 million given to Zambia by Japan could not have come at a more opportune time.
- It is an opportune time to reduce hazards around your home in the lead up to summer conditions.
- Now this could be an opportune time to have a look at our own railway lines and get a few facts or fallacies cleared up once and for all.
- This is an opportune time for nurses to make their voices heard and help design the policies that eventually will affect their nursing practice.
- She said it was an opportune time to encourage the formation and growth of small rural-based food enterprises on a regional basis.
- Snake Pilot by Randy Zahn comes along at an opportune time.
- Now is an opportune time to kick off a pan-national campaign for energy conservation.
- If it must be sold, wait for the opportune time in the markets.
- So it is an opportune time to consider an investment into the Middle East and North Africa.
- This would facilitate the opportune identification of patients who would benefit from treatment.
- He also believed it was an opportune time to walk away.
- He believes this to be an opportune time for the further implementation and acceptance of the arts in health care.
- This is perhaps the most opportune time to make a beginning.
- According to Cohen, 2001 was an opportune time to launch.
- I decided that this was the opportune time for me to make my move.
- This is an intriguing and opportune time to launch a new journal dedicated to the study of the presidents, first ladies, and White House.
- With so much bad weather, surely this is an opportune time to sit down and put something together, and who knows, you could be lucky.
- The beginning of the academic year is an opportune time to reflect on education and its role in society.
- Journalists alarmed by the directions of both the profession and journalism education said the initiative comes at an opportune time.
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