In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(science, activity)política feminineto go into / enter politics — meterse en política informal
- a career in politics — una carrera política
- to talk politics — hablar de política
- Anyone who thinks that local government politics is boring has obviously never been to one of our meetings.
- My background was in retail and accounting, but I'd always been active in politics and local government and the public and private sector.
- Yes, there is a gulf between the two halves of Scottish power, business and politics.
- David, a student studying politics and law, voted for the first time last Saturday.
- Thinking for oneself is considered a virtue when applied to areas such as politics or religion.
- In any war, the main victims are members of the general public who do not have any direct association with politics and power.
- They also learned to control local politics through power and corruption.
- He lets on that he gave up active involvement in politics but what this activity amounted to he doesn't mention.
- Era finishes her exams next month and has set her heart on going to Oxford University to study philosophy, politics and economics.
- Power and wealth have been too closely associated with politics.
- He studied politics and history at Glasgow University, and went to Pennslyvania to take a post-graduate course.
- The pathways are theology, pastoral studies, social admin, law, politics and economics.
- This move will give council members the opportunity to further pursue and develop their careers in politics and local government.
- The multi-millionaire has kept close ties with the university where he studied politics from 1971 to 1974.
- He took an active interest in politics and was closely associated with the Fine Gael party for which he was a major fund raiser.
- We need something besides religion and politics to debate over our beers, lattes, cuppas or sports waters.
- She studied law and politics at Nottingham University.
- He also lived in Buenos Aires before heading off to Oxford to study politics, philosophy and economics.
- It is with this perspective that the editor uses cultural and social material in his study of politics in Libya.
- Military strategy includes the studies of society, politics and economics.
- Tracy is a politics and international studies student at Murdoch University.
- Intrigue, sex, politics and power dominate the drama.
- At 23, he is on the verge of completing a degree in history, politics and social studies.
- He lectured on poetry, grammar, history, politics, archaeology, mathematics and astronomy.
- One lovely young girl is going to university in the autumn to study sociology and politics so that she can make a difference to peoples lives in the future.
- The university can only provide a small range of subjects including language, history, politics, law and philosophy.
- From the study of history, we are able to develop the study of politics.
- There are communities around sports, partying, politics, arts, religion, and so on.
- But what the Democrats can and must do is stop allowing their opponents a free hand to frame the debate about religion and politics.
- During that time he became active in politics and was elected governor of California in 1966.
- And to think she nearly gave it all up to study politics in Geneva.
- It was at Durham University where he was studying politics that he met his wife and the couple married on May 11, 1963.
- The major parties have taken politics and government away from the public!
- She has been offered a place to study politics and modern history at Oxford.
- It was a dangerous time to be involved in the Labor Party, as politics and religion proved again to be an explosive mixture.
- The point was made another way yesterday by Martin Shaw, professor of international relations and politics at Sussex University.
- And you don't see any party in mainstream politics that's got an alternative.
- Few Australians join political parties - politics is now the preserve of despised professionals.
- Just before flying out to Australia she sat two exams as part of the part-time politics degree she is studying for at Loughborough University.
- It is the Government, it is politics, politicians, and political parties in this House, that are in grievance mode.
2.1(political relations)política femininenational/international politics — política nacional/internacional
- I don't want to get involved in office politics — yo no quiero meterme en intrigas de oficina
- the politics of medicine — la medicina en el contexto político
- What about the relation between cosmology and global politics?
- He continues to proudly hold himself as a man of the left, remaining well aware of the political and financial forces at work in global politics.
- Because the Americans dominate global politics as no other time in the last, say, 20 years.
- So it's not hard to show that some of the same battles that have played out in the entertainment world will soon apply to global politics.
- Global economics depends on that kind of cooperation; global politics builds on it.
- Chances are good enough that I will put my foot in my mouth without hazarding down the path of global politics.
- The Academic Council is an organization that has the ear of the United Nations and can help bring clarity in the wake of stormy global politics.
- Peace will not arrive through politics or economic development alone, as crucial as these things are.
- The participants at the Cairo conference were commemorating an age when Third World solidarity changed global politics.
- Even when he's out smashing bottles, he's both enjoying the badness of it all and making a responsible point about global politics.
- This is progress of a sort, a small victory for multilateralism and global politics by negotiation.
- Killer 7 has an excellent, although often completely incoherent, storyline about global politics.
- They have no idea how to intervene politically in global politics.
- I am heartened by how many protesters there are and the consequent renewed interest in global politics.
- Today it appears that everyone is engaged in global politics.
- Equally important to me is my deepening and developing interest in national and global politics.
- States are no longer the key actors in global politics.
- The Middle East, of course, continues to be a focal point of global politics so the movie had a symbolic topicality as well.
- C'mon boys, there's too little poetry in global politics.
- Only in 20 years will we be able to look back on any of these events and see their collective effect on global politics.
2.2(political views)ideas políticas feminineI don't know what her politics are — no sé qué ideas políticas tiene
- I regret that those friendships were forged on bonds made not of trust and care, but of politics and beliefs.
- The authors, however, are hostile to anything that smacks of principled working class politics.
- In essence, this means learning the subtle differences between policies and politics.
- German treatments of aesthetics and politics clustered around Benjamin and Adorno.
- If we do not change our policies and politics, it will be devastating to all of us worldwide.
- As much as politics are a common ground, so is grief, and the two of them had that in common as well.
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