In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(trade) exterior(investments/branches) en el exterior(investments/branches) en el extranjero(visitor/student) extranjero(news) del exteriorshe got an overseas posting — la destinaron al extranjero
- It is his second overseas trip since leaving office following a trip to Britain in June.
- One concerns my conclusion that the Kirk's overseas mission should be cut back drastically.
- Even the underground trains in most overseas cities have a map showing the stations.
- Our collection was the cheapest and best way of keeping a record of overseas trips.
- This means its products are suitable for use in overseas markets and in the broader healthcare sector.
- They would then be able to compete with the new wave of overseas entrants on quality, waiting times and price.
- One of his sisters and he have become very close and she has even been on overseas trips with Don.
- The number of overseas weddings has increased by 55 per cent in the last five years.
- Britain is also second only to the United States in the number of overseas doctors it recruits every year.
- Quite properly, the city's galleries and museums put on a spread for the many overseas visitors.
- He's come into the Scotland team, as an overseas player, and dealt with the pressure very well.
- The latest figures show the numbers of overseas tourists are still falling.
- Even more tightly controlled than small trips within Japan is overseas travel.
- As Mr Wood put it, the policy covers overseas secondment as well as business trips.
- In that time she accompanied members of the Royal Family on some unforgettable overseas tours.
- Many of us have an overseas trip twice a year while there are more people than you think who travel abroad up to five times a year.
- Virtually all of our overseas visitors will be coming from the coast and going to the coast.
- The influence of overseas players in England has undoubtedly played a part.
- The research report also notes a sharp increase in the number of overseas students coming to Britain.
- The police could get a warrant then find out the person is going off on an overseas trip.
1(live) en el extranjero(travel/send) al extranjerohe was stationed overseas — estaba destinado en el extranjero
- It will not be her first trip overseas nor will it be her first representing her country.
- It was a great experience just being with the team and racing overseas for the first time.
- I say that not only to you but to our friends overseas and also to those who are not our friends.
- Maybe something to do with social work or working for an aid organisation overseas.
- The time-lapse was necessary to count the votes sent in by servicemen overseas.
- There is a new world out there, and a new kind of person both in the embassies overseas and in King Charles Street.
- It could be for a relative who lives overseas or a grandchild whom grandparents do not see at Christmas.
- What is vital now is that a programme of aggressive support for human rights overseas continues.
- They'll stay away from multinationals that use child workers or break labour laws overseas.
- Such is the sketch of the story, which will be published overseas in the full version soon.
- We have employed the claiming system exactly as it is overseas and to our detriment.
- It is a kick in the teeth for the sailors who go on the ships that take our exports overseas.
- We're told that when we go overseas we must respect the values of our host nation.
- Having never been abroad, she is considering where to go for her first trip overseas.
- It is estimated that there are four times as many Lebanese living overseas as there are in Lebanon.
- It is always difficult to judge what an overseas promotional event is really like.
- Individuals also left Britain voluntarily to seek better opportunities overseas.
- We deploy the only armed forces who are required to pay UK income tax while on operations overseas.
- Fire officers believe that experience overseas has shown the extra research to be superfluous.
- If he wants to go overseas for study or vacation travel, it is an extremely simple matter.
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