In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1dueño masculinedueña femininewho is the owner of this shop/dog? — ¿quién es el propietario / dueño de esta tienda/el dueño de este perro?
- if you are a house/car/dog owner — si usted es propietario/tiene coche/tiene un perro
- The new law is designed for businesses which occupy premises, and not property owners.
- Where are the natty details, the pleasing little touches that make you proud to be an owner?
- Now Tom and his landlady mum Rebecca are asking for the rightful owner to contact them.
- The owners were assured that horses cannot contract the disease although they can carry it.
- The owner is a banker who has a number of banks but refuses to pay the workers money owed.
- Bar and restaurant owners have signed up staff for courses on how to deal better with customers.
- However, his proud owners are hoping he will follow in the footsteps of his ancestors and win big.
- Pub landlords and club owners claim a ban will ruin trade and could lead to the loss of jobs.
- It is like a savings scheme but it means that the owners of the properties aren't landed with a large bill.
- So all dog owners are asked to make sure that it is not their pet which is doing the damage.
- Mr Day says it is clear that the onus is on the owners of the animals to keep them out of the park.
- As such a new agreement with the owners would have to be done for a period of two years.
- This led the owner to spend quite a bit of money in medical expenses on the injured dog.
- If you reserve seats in a restaurant and don't turn up it can be serious for the restaurant owner.
- The only problem is that the owner of the ticket may not be aware of his or her success.
- Private landlords often play a key role in encouraging other owners to get work done.
- The super pooches brought back a clutch of gongs, to the delight of their proud owners.
- The owners of a village pub and restaurant have sold up and are heading off to Spain.
- If her owners are not traced soon a new home will have to be found for her.
- Each owner had a say in the design and therefore no house is quite the same as the next.
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