In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(relationship)asociación femininea long and successful skating partnership — una pareja de patinadores con años de éxito
- the teachers work in partnership with the parents — los profesores trabajan conjuntamente con los padres
- And dance festivals, music workshops and a poetry and art competition, run in partnership with the Evening Press, have been held alongside the rehearsals.
- The conference agenda has been put together by young people and will be delivered in partnership with them.
- As the payment industry leader in India and the world, Visa has taken the initiative, in partnership with its member banks, to grow card-acceptance, he says.
- Their ‘Locals Online’ bid was put together in partnership with the National Federation of Licensed Victuallers.
- We understand that the good life is something we make together in households and communities, in partnership with other people and in harmony with Nature.
- The competition zone is being developed in partnership with the competition review and will include the facility for online entry to events and access to results and leagues.
- The council also has to show how it is tackling the problem, in partnership with local people.
- The work will be conducted in partnership with North Hampshire Primary Care Trust, whose staff will publish their own financial plan in the next few days.
- That is why the Yorkshire Post has launched the Hidden Disability appeal, in partnership with the National Autistic Society which runs the school.
- Over the next few issues, we'll be working in partnership with adult literacy groups in different parts of the province to help them tell their own stories in their own ways.
- The plan has been jointly developed by the National Park Authority in partnership with South Lakeland District Council over the past two years - in conjunction with focus and user groups.
- I think the member is referring to a small-scale trial that my department proposes to conduct in partnership with the Fish and Game Council.
- He will work with the National Potato Committee, in partnership with various industry key players and outside agencies.
- Every project is completed in partnership with local leadership and is designed to be self-sustaining in the short-term.
- This can only be effectively done in partnership with credible nongovernmental groups.
- Under an annual recycling initiative, in partnership with the Great Western Community Forest, staff are encouraged to collect their Christmas cards for recycling.
- The event is one of a series organised by the parochial church council thanks to sponsorship from the Local Heritage Initiative in partnership with the Nationwide Building Society and the Countryside Agency.
- The Home Care Service is, in effect, an extension of the family as the carers work together and in partnership with the family.
- The year-long initiative, delivered by the centre in partnership with the BBC, will strengthen and develop the existing skills of the nine experienced programme makers.
- It was clear they were having a problem so we offered, in partnership with other bodies, to sort them out together.
2Businesssociedad (colectiva) femininethey've been in partnership for twenty years — llevan veinte años asociados
- he went into partnership with his brother-in-law — se asoció con su cuñado
- Many small businesses start their businesses as sole proprietorships or partnerships.
- Business really is based on one of three basic organizational formats: the sole proprietorship, the partnership, and the corporation.
- The company also formed a partnership with services firm AMTSybex.
- Today, the line has been blurred, with deals coming in under the euphemisms of product integration, sponsorship and marketing partnerships.
- If a farmer has farm income from a sole trader and also from a farming partnership, the income averaging rules apply to both businesses.
- As a private partnership, the firm is not required to disclose its financial performance.
- If the business is a sole proprietorship or a partnership, the money could be considered a loan that you will pay back by an agreed-to time and at an agreed-to interest rate.
- More than two-thirds of all small businesses are either sole proprietorships, partnerships, or S corporations.
- This sort of internecine nastiness is all too common in law firms, investment partnerships, and other businesses that depend on their owners' harmony.
- Pills keep him functioning and a professional partnership with boyish protégé Frank allows him to earn a tidy living.
- The legal issues involved will vary depending on whether or not you decide to operate as a partnership or a limited liability company.
- Robinson handles the company's purchasing and public relations and manages business partnerships.
- It was to be an equal partnership, as their job title - joint managers - made clear.
- Additional information provided to BE includes a firm s total number of funds as well as its portfolio of companies or private equity partnerships.
- Finally, a fundamental flaw in the business models of large service partnerships like lawyers and accountants is the very mobility of human capital.
- The company had partnerships with other technology firms including IBM and Cape Clear Software.
- The women had been progressing nicely in their careers toward law partnerships or senior executive positions.
- At the moment, we are targeting 2,500 new jobs through industry partnerships.
- Team member Jane is assisting members of the partnership in setting up the post and gaining support from the local business community.
- All business debts will be discharged, as will all personal debts if the business is a sole proprietorship or a partnership.
- To disguise its true balance sheets, the firm used complex financial partnerships to conceal mounting debts.
- One of the fastest growing segments of American business, franchising is an ideal partnership for an independent entrepreneur.
- Non-individuals are entities, other than individuals, such as corporations, estates, partnerships and trusts.
- The professional side of the partnership meant she got to play leads in the kind of action movies Harlin is known for - which is rare for a woman.
- Mobile application platform firm Xiam has signed a strategic partnership with mobile marketing company Rtn2Sndr.
- At the same time, consulting firms have historically been private partnerships.
3(position as partner)he aspires to a partnership in the firm — aspira a ser socio de la empresa
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