In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in warehouse)embalador masculineembaladora feminineempacador masculineempacadora feminine
- The entire facility will be filled with toys, gifts and gadgets, and will employ an additional 250 packers and shelf-stackers to cope with demand over the festive season.
- Pack trains of any size worked out of a base where cargoes could easily be procured, fresh animals purchased and packers hired.
- On the other hand, his reputation as a ‘labour man’ is also unfounded: although he was a meat packer for seven years, he was never active in the union movement as a politician.
- And the company also patented a plastic holder in which to place the glue-dot container which enabled the packers to almost double the speed at which they could apply the product.
- Each year, however, they issue farmers and food packers with lengthy specifications for each of the fresh fruit and vegetables they want supplied.
- But the bulk of new jobs will be pickers and packers at the website's warehouse in Osbaldwick Link Road, plus a website editor, and administration and call centre staff.
- Three packers control and pack more than 80 percent of all beef in the United States.
- From tomorrow Brazil will only permit commercial shipment of live chickens from meat packers registered with the federal government and monitored by satellite.
- Among the six women employed in wage jobs who were not working as domestic servants there was a cleaner, a clerk, a salesperson, a packer, a tea person, and a gardener.
- One morning in November, for instance, one belt was moving meat too quickly for packers to keep up.
- All parachute packers were informed that they would be ordered occasionally to jump from a plane to test their own work.
- It's a spider, that's their natural habitat and I'm sure packers and growers all try to prevent spiders from being incorporated into their food product.
- All participating farmers, packers, and distributors must disclose chemicals used throughout the shipping and marketing process.
- Flower packers bunched roses in bundles of 20 and wrapped the stem portion in newspaper sheets and the bud portion with tissue paper.
- Producers not linked to packers through contracts find it difficult to sell their hogs.
- These new rules require food manufacturers, processors, packers and shippers alike to keep records of where they receive food from and where they ship it to.
- A splash of light illuminates fecal contamination too small to be detected by eye on a beef carcass as it moves down the production line, immediately alerting the meat packer to a potential problem.
- All large packers were required to report prices paid for livestock, any movement of livestock and all meat to be exported.
- Many of the co-op's large swine producers have production contracts with large packers.
- Most importantly, he is also a very competent member of a trawler's crew, capable of gutting the fish fast enough to keep the packers happy.
2(company)envasadora femininea meat packer — un frigorífico River Plate
3(of suitcase)she's a good packer — sabe hacer las valijas River Plate
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