In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1participación feminineworker/student/patient participation — participación obrera/estudiantil/del paciente
- The people's participation in the debate is a positive thing regardless of what side they support.
- About fifteen submissions will be selected for participation in the show.
- My own participation in Western capitalist society depresses and angers me.
- Women's participation in sport has increased at a faster rate in wealthy countries than in poor ones.
- So my reading and participation in these discussions is all targeted towards making things really happen.
- Americans engage in other forms of political participation in even fewer numbers than they vote.
- The new owners' mammoth debts make prolonging participation in Europe even more of a necessity.
- He draws our attention to the means of his art and invites our participation in the construction of its meaning.
- In simple words it made American participation in peace operations extremely difficult.
- The Government may make a contribution to encourage participation in the scheme.
- This can be entirely attributed to my participation in a six-and-a-half hour long meeting.
- They will also increase lay participation in the running of the church through parish pastoral councils.
- He said there had been no clear statement on what the minimum level of participation in elections was, or should be.
- It is not as if there is a strong indigenous movement demanding women's participation in government.
- Caring about the community in which you live is the first step towards participation in formal democracy.
- These offer to return all their money and provide an income but also some level of participation in the market.
- The scheme is part of a national sports development project to increase participation in sports.
- But he doesn't make this an argument for participation in the machinery of state.
- This requires community or national participation in the selection process.
- How might that help overcome some of the barriers to participation in existing political realms?
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