In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(choice)opción feminineposibilidad feminineyou have the option to keep your maiden name — tienes la posibilidad / opción de conservar tu nombre de soltera
- I had no option but to resign — no tuve otra alternativa que renunciar
- he was given the option of early retirement — le dieron la posibilidad / opción de anticipar su jubilación
- The committee will now meet on September 17 to choose between the options.
- Syvet will also be providing information about green transport options and alternative fuel for cars.
- The candidate could use a touch sensitive screen to choose from the following options.
- The midfielder had an abundance of options but chose to throw the ball harmlessly into touch.
- Mr Daley says apart from the high costs involved, the layout of the building meant the work, which would include widening corridors, was not a practical option.
- Finally, for those comfortable with investing in stocks there are a wealth of options to choose from.
- A single slab is also a practical option because it's easier to clean than a surface broken up by porous grout lines.
- It appears that after months of debate and political posturing, none of the four options was chosen.
- They will be asked to choose one of four options, none of which proposes the outright closure of both homes.
- Choose the more likely options rather than the best courses, he advised the students.
- Most of the time will be spent on the chosen option but each participant will get some experience of the other areas.
- He said that as head teacher he could not force youngsters to wear uniforms either but the school hoped parents saw it as a practical option.
- For those who missed it, on Tuesday night Councillors were asked to choose between two options.
- Trying to decide where to give money can also be difficult with so many options to choose from.
- Those with cars are more likely to choose either of these options.
- Patients have now been asked to choose from two options if they wish to remain at the practice.
- A slipcover proved to be a practical option for giving this armchair a role in the new look.
- Voters need to be informed about the alternate voting options of advanced polls and special ballots.
- Compared to them, today's youngsters have a lot more career options to choose from.
- A grape vine needs five years to come into commercial production, so leasing is not a practical option.
2.1Audio Motor Vehicles
(optional feature)extra masculine
2.2School Universityoptativa feminineasignatura optativa feminine
3Business Financeopción femininethey have an option on a further 45 aircraft — tienen opción a comprar 45 aviones más
- we want first option (to buy) — queremos la primera opción de compra
- call option — opción de compra
- put option — opción de enajenación / de venta
- to take an option — hacer uso de una opción de compra
- In technical terms, the new chief executive is entitled to be granted an option to buy ordinary shares.
- This involves buying and selling futures or options on shares, bonds or currencies.
- The member only has the option to sell the shares privately if the company decides not to buy them back.
- This relief does not apply if the shareholders in the target company retain an option to sell their shares to another company.
- It exercised its option to sell and tried to persuade Time Warner to pay in cash instead of stock.
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