In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(explorer)explorador masculineexploradora feminineshe was a pathfinder in the field of genetic engineering — fue una pionera en el campo de la ingeniería genética
- The pathfinder was always looking for a better, safer route.
- As early as 1821 the enigmatic wanderer Cleng Peerson, ‘the pathfinder of Norwegian emigration,’ traveled to America as an agent for the pioneer emigrants.
- They will be given access to new roads to God by the pathfinders who followed their own lights and their own experience.
- They can be described as visionaries, revolutionaries, radicals, liberals, nonconformists, outsiders, insurgents, prophets, pathfinders.
- He defines a pathfinder as someone who has been there and knows how to operate in an environment where 20,000 bills are introduced and maybe 2,000 become law.
- She and her husband John had been planning to act as pathfinders for the team.
- There is no place for the self-absorbed and self-concerned in the ranks of the pathfinders.
- Is she seen as a bit of a - well, as you said, a trailblazer, a pathfinder for women, not just in athletics, in that time?
- We slipped and slid our way down to the trusty pathfinder.
- Did the deputy track him using ancient Indian pathfinder techniques?
- The pathfinder teams provided tactical ground intelligence to law enforcement aviation assets, during aerial drug sweeps.
- As the struggle began, these pilots were the pathfinders who flew into the unknown, seeking information on how the USSR might be preparing an attack on the West.
- The 13 councils, drawn from 88 who applied, will be pathfinders for two years.
- They're the groundbreakers and the pathfinders.
- It's often artists who are the pathfinders, opening up studios and galleries in run-down districts.
- Experts and specialists on South Asia were to work as pathfinders.
- Which way should we go, then, o exalted pathfinder?
- The most advanced pathfinders in the ways of prayer have told of a land beyond that of communion, a land in which God and the God-seeker merge into a single, shared subjectivity.
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