In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(length) total(cost/reduction/result) globalthe overall impression — la impresión general / de conjunto
- he was the overall winner — fue (el) campeón absoluto
- If each neighbourhood looked after its own area, then the overall effect could be very positive.
- Your Honour, I am doing this in a global way at the moment, showing the overall effect.
- At the end of the tournament, the player with the highest point total is the overall winner.
- Readers will then vote for one overall winner and two runners-up in each category.
- What we must try to do is to judge the overall effect on balance.
- I come back to Hay with the intention of repeating as overall winner of the Australian Nationals.
- He had overall responsibility for the policing of the May Day riots.
- If you play a series of hands, the overall winners are the team with the higher total score at the end.
- The overall effect is hard to fault, but it is not that memorable.
- The Montreal-based body has overall responsibility for global drug testing.
- He will also address the general outlook for the overall industry within the country.
- The overall effect of the 2001 protocols was to require three times as many vets to do the same work as in 1967.
- One overall winner will go forward to represent Laois in the national competition.
- But although his performance is excellent, the overall effect is curiously sad.
- The details may be small, but the overall effect is one of everything being exactly where it should be.
- He said the overall effect of the expansion will be to build around much of the existing school facilities.
- It is part of an overall plan for cutting the social expenses of the state.
- The 2003 fourth overall pick wasn't ready, physically or mentally, to be thrown into the fire.
- I am talking about total output and overall patterns here, not exceptions to the rule.
- The cuts are part of an overall revamping of the company that has yet to report a profit.
1she was third overall — quedó tercera en la clasificación general
- sentence adverb overall, one could say that … — en términos generales podría decirse que …
1British(protective garment)bata femininetúnica feminine
- When he had done, his mug empty, he went to his wardrobe where he pulled out a clean pair of underpants and a blue overall.
- A man wearing an orange overall was sweeping the street while others were running.
- They were wearing disposable blue overalls bought at a local DIY store to protect their clothes from paint.
- The picture of men paint spraying in their ordinary clothes, rather than wearing protective overalls and without protective face masks, says it all.
2.1US (dungarees)overol masculine Latin Americapeto masculine Spainmameluco masculine Southern Cone
- Denim goods, including jeans, shorts, skirts and overalls, account for 70 percent of the firm's total production.
- He had dark jean overalls and a red collared shirt.
- My green overalls and green shirt with my red jean jacket were my choice for today.
- Minimum requirements include long-sleeved shirts and long trousers or overalls as well as safety equipment.
- A parachute is standard equipment as are helmet and goggles, boots, overalls and gloves.
- He wore dark blue overalls over a white shirt and a brown flat cap on his head to cover his grey hair.
- Dressed in overalls and a flannel shirt, he looked like a farmer.
- She took the torn overalls, the ratty dresses, shorts, jeans, skirts, shirts out and tossed them into the hallway.
- I got home just in time to see my younger sister rush out the door in her summer uniform of overalls and a t-shirt.
- But Daddy was a poor little boy in an old shirt and overalls once.
- The DVD treatment is as humble as the overalls and flannel shirts people wear in the show.
- Some had old clothing, from ancient togas and tunics to overalls and denim.
- I stayed simple the next day, skipped a shower and pulled my hair up into a ponytail and dressed in overalls and a black tank top.
- Dressed in miners' overalls and a hard hat, he caught the 6: 30 a.m. elevator that took the miners down for their regular shift.
- She was dressed in tan fishing overalls with a fishing hat, bulky black boots, and a pink T-shirt underneath.
- For protective gear, many make do with long-sleeve shirts and long pants because thick overalls, gloves, boots, and masks are expensive or not sold in the markets.
- Dress suitable for agriculture such as overalls, shirts, and boots is popular.
- Its 200 highly trained members dress in white overalls, padded clothing and crash helmets to protect themselves against police batons and shields.
- The father, in a dark, looming form, appears in the doorway, dressed in the gray overalls of his mechanics uniform.
- It's a constant battle with the management - you need a suit of armour, not overalls, to come to work.
2.2British (boiler suit)overol masculine Latin Americamono masculine Spain
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