In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(teacher/mother) paciente(research/explanation) hecho con paciencia y detenimientoto be patient — tener paciencia
- be patient just a little longer — ten un poco más de paciencia
- to be patient with sb — tener paciencia con algn
- For some less patient diners this can actually be a blessing as it cuts down the time spent perusing the options.
- The glossy surface, apparently built up from a patient succession of thin glazes, is exactly in her manner.
- You never have been able to handle the fact that I'm more patient than you.
- He likes challenge and experimentation, but he is also a patient professional.
- Jackie is noted for his very patient style and believes in encouraging students every step of the way.
- If you are slow and patient it is possible to get quite near to them, and this was certainly the closest either of us had been to a shark in a long time.
- In any case, the learning situation must be an active one, and thus a patient one.
- He plays a patient game from the back of the court and the approach edges him close to claiming the first set.
- The people of Gloucester must have been affected by the patient suffering of their pastor.
- His relaxed, patient attitude does not always sit well with people in a hurry.
- He wasn't the most calm and patient person in the world when it came to matters of the heart.
- This time, they are taking a more patient approach.
- It's become hard to imagine anyone else pulling off such stubborn, patient beauty.
- It was awesome working with him, he is a very cool and patient dude.
- The Foss Basin is always a safe bet at this time of year and pike anglers have been reaping the rewards of a patient approach.
1paciente masculinechest/kidney patients — enfermos de pulmón/riñón masculine
- Some patients who respond well initially develop tolerance to the injections.
- What are your observations regarding the few AIDS patients undergoing treatment in Burundi?
- An AIDS patient receives antiretroviral drugs in a Kenyan hospital.
- The goal was to recruit 400 depressed patients hospitalized for heart attack or angina.
- Patients in the intervention group completed a questionnaire immediately after viewing the programme.
- Only one patient with severe persistent asthma was not receiving an asthma controller medication.
- Four days later, this immunosuppressed patient developed a sore swollen tongue.
- They were able to define three clinical characteristics that put hospitalized heart failure patients at greatest risk of mortality.
- This could also open the way for hospitals to start charging patients for treatment.
- Hospital chiefs insist no patient suffered worse treatment because of the scandal.
- Everything pertaining to the patient's medical care should be clearly documented.
- The test also has limited usefulness for patients with diabetes and end-stage renal disease.
- We enrolled 272 consecutive patients who were referred to the participating investigators for preoperative consultation.
- It could see patients being banned from treatment for up to a year in severe cases.
- Just like any doctor, we take a patient's medical details and allergies before a consultation.
- An acute shortage of human organs means that many patients die waiting for transplants, however.
- Critically ill, morbidly obese patients present serious challenges to physicians treating them.
- A search of records indicated that the remaining 29 patients were still alive one year after discharge.
- Today's surgical patient often is discharged with wounds that require nursing care at home.
- Not all beta blockers are equally tolerated by patients with chronic heart failure.
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