In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
transitive verbpermitting, permitted
1permitirphotography is not permitted — no se permite tomar fotografías
- to permit sb to + inf
- I will not permit you to insult my family like this — no te permito que insultes así a mi familia
- this will permit us to increase production — esto nos permitirá aumentar la producción
- may I be permitted to make a suggestion? — ¿me permiten que haga una sugerencia?
- Either it was too physically demanding and dangerous or the authorities would not permit it.
- In this case, the publisher may or may not grant a licence back to the author permitting some uses of the paper.
- The authorities concerned should not permit allotment of sites in a layout till the government's specifications are met.
- When the sell-out was made on April 4, there was no written contract or authority to permit it.
- All European royal houses allow for female succession, a few permitting succession by the first-born regardless of sex.
- The Indian captain once again said the authorities should permit squads of more than 14 players in a one-day tournament of this nature.
- The parent is not permitted to give blanket consent, but must accompany the child to the game room.
- I'd permit the licensed sale of virtually all class A, B and C substances.
- No hospital or clinic, of course, would admit that it was permitting these procedures, but the point would have been made.
- If your state permits access to these databases, make plans to develop and implement a fingerprint checking program if you haven't already done so.
- The answer is take the request for deviating from ‘the policy’ to someone who has the authority to permit the deviation.
- The Government has blamed local authority planners for permitting development on high-risk flood plains and riverbank sites.
- What it does not do is rectify the injustice of permitting a conviction based on evidence the defendant is not allowed to see personally.
- The crucial point is that states must not permit export or import of waste if they believe that it will not be handled in an environmentally sound manner.
- House owners have permitted development rights which allow certain changes without planning permission.
- Only city staff and city council seemed to be off-side, which is why the current plan and the agreement authorized by the city would not permit them.
- A bit of the pain already has been felt due to relaxed import rules which permit a flood of cheap Asian products.
- Why should it not be inferred from such facts that the authorities permitted such use of the site?
- The reader has to allow for the age of the book and to permit it to be a pleasurable read.
- Maintain multilevel security databases that safeguard sources and permit authorized access to unprocessed data.
intransitive verbpermitting, permitted
1weather permitting — si hace buen tiempo
- if time permits — si hay tiempo
- Improved security of the facility containing the matrix is provided by a feature permitting remote control over the facility door lock.
- Aging blood vessels provide the environment that permits vascular disease to flourish.
- Weather permitting, take a nice walk and just enjoy your surroundings.
- Although labour has been plentiful and cheap, vineyards are designed wherever possible to permit the passage of tractors for cultivation and treatment purposes.
- This permits high precision and allows the use of very small samples, like seeds.
- This type of soil will permit good drainage while allowing sufficient water retention.
- Weather permitting a trip will also take place around the Botanic Gardens.
- The School will be open from 4pm on the day and if weather permits a special Mass will be celebrated outside at 6pm.
- Extensive information is available, which permits comparison of client groups with well-established norms.
- In addition, schedules rarely permit small police units to use the facilities of the bigger departments.
- Such quantitative measurements permit inferences about the topology and internal organization of this organelle.
- Regardless of that, it was enormous fun and I hope to be out and about doing it again, weather permitting this weekend.
- Studies of men carrying out such duties should therefore provide information which would permit quantification of effects and lead to selection and training methods.
- Weather permitting, there will be a barbecue, bouncy castle and dance troupe.
- The warning is justified since the information provided is insufficient to permit meaningful conclusions.
- Weather permitting, it shouldn't be long before Nicky finds the right race.
- As much as circumstances permit I intend to be fairly self-indulgent and lazy today.
- Be assured that our aim is to restore a better balance when circumstances permit.
- Weather permitting all Masses will take place in the Cemetery.
- This evaluation permits the identification of possible common patterns underlying the crop production forecast errors.
1(por escrito) permiso masculinework/residence permit — permiso de trabajo/de residencia
- gun permit — licencia de armas
- [ S ]permit holders only — estacionamiento reservado
- The building permit was issued the next day.
- The man, who lives in Tokyo, was granted a special residence permit in March this year.
- The process of obtaining a motorcycle learner's permit barely required any studying at all.
- A special residence permit is issued at the justice minister's discretion.
- He gave the same punishment to an Indian man who had tried to get a residency permit using forged documents.
- Most foreigners who have received new Bulgarian identification documents hold permanent residence permits.
- The summits have pushed for the development of biometric identifiers in visas, residence permits and passports.
- The most important document was the green passport-type residence permit.
- Bobby's 16, though, and he's got his driver's permit.
- She said the scheme was intended to reduce demand for parking and therefore help permit holders to park.
- But what about your civilian customer with a concealed carry permit?
- My gripe comes from the increase in visitor permit fees.
- Is he using proprietary logos without permission, and operating without the necessary business permits?
- Every construction activity in the city should obtain a building construction permit released by the agency.
- Eleven shops were closed as the owners were found to be without the necessary permits.
- When the village's permits expired in January, even fewer farmers were given new ones.
- Apparently I have been driving without a valid permit for about 4 months.
- In most cases the fishing is free, all you need is a fishing permit.
- In the meantime only Customs and Excise permit holders are being permitted to use the first three floors.
- City departments review that set in advance of issuing building permits.
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