In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(settle/work) permanentemente(settle/work) de forma permanente(damaged) irreparablemente(marked/disfigured/stained) para siempreit was permanently etched on her memory — tenía un recuerdo indeleble de ello
- they decided to split up permanently — decidieron separarse definitivamente / para siempre
- she looks permanently tired — siempre tiene cara de cansada
- An even more dramatic display of wealth would be to remove the silver from circulation permanently, by burying it.
- Once a ligament is overstretched, it remains overstretched permanently.
- For $5,000, a Texan even agreed to have an advertisement permanently tattooed on the back of his head.
- A botched attempt can leave a person seriously damaged, even permanently disabled.
- Those who survive their first year risk being permanently impaired by chronic malnutrition.
- The abolition of overtime rights was restored and the television ownership cap was permanently raised to 39 percent.
- Furthermore, a retaliatory fishery runs the risk of permanently decimating already-fragile salmon runs.
- We will not ease our pressure on the school or its supporters until it is finally and permanently shut down.
- The mausoleum has since been restored, and the remains of Dr. Minahan are permanently sealed in the vault.
- Applying the precautionary principle to a change amounts to permanently prohibiting it.
- There this messenger molecule would activate appropriate genes needed to synthesize proteins that would permanently strengthen the synaptic connection.
- He claims to have a document from a court allowing him to work in the United States permanently.
- These devices could be permanently Installed on ships or remotely operated from the shore, Holden explained.
- Thousands of tons of rocky debris were dumped into valleys, permanently burying more than 700 miles of mountain streams.
- At the Battle of Gettysburg he was severely wounded, permanently crippling his left arm.
- But once the nerves are permanently damaged by loud sounds, you cannot regenerate them.
- The populace lives in fear of the lights going out permanently.
- In the end, the assassinated and the assassin are joined together permanently in an unmitigated human tragedy.
- With Republicans back in control of the U.S. Senate, the push is already on to permanently repeal the federal estate tax.
- The plan would lead to a permanently larger role for government.
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