In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(case)portafolio(s) masculinecartera feminine
- She stuffed all the other papers back into the portfolio, and walked out of the office, only to forget to close the doors behind her.
- All work is done on drawing paper that fits neatly inside each student's portfolio.
- Jen laughed and pulled out a tape from the portfolio bag she was carrying.
- They all carried various kinds of large portfolios and book bags.
- From her portfolio she pulled an envelope and handed it to him.
- Are such competitions, and paper portfolios in general, worth the trouble?
- She puts several papers in a portfolio, throws her purse over her shoulder, and walks to the door.
- The bell rang for class change and I got up from the table, placing my work in my portfolio and carrying it with me out into the crowded hallway again.
- Leave your briefcase at home and prove your fashion sense with one of these workbags, from messenger bags to portfolios.
- Aubrey placed the drawing back into his portfolio; taking care to put it in a special folder, separate from his normal drawings.
- Our drawing is inside the portfolio he is holding in his arms.
- His fingers lost their iron grip, and the portfolio with the drawing paper fell to the ground, with my portrait landing at my feet.
- Some will be held up, magnified and singled out for attention later while others will line binders, file drawers, photoboxes, portfolios and remain hidden away.
- I took my favorite drawings out of the portfolio and hung them as well.
- He snatched up his jacket and the leather portfolio.
- Mohammed grabbed the portfolio, taking out a few packets of paper.
- In 15th-century collections, mostly on paper in portfolios, religious and profane elements intermingle.
- Then she started picking up folders, portfolios, drawings, papers, everything important that she could find and locked it in her cabinet.
- He also inadvertently took copies of actual classified documents in a leather portfolio, they said.
- ‘Thanks,’ he said, taking the drawings and putting them into his portfolio.
1.2(samples of work)carpeta de trabajos feminine
- I've walked into a variety of galleries with my portfolio and asked them to give me two minutes of time.
- Next, she had to supply a CV and a portfolio of work containing before-and-after pictures of various nail techniques.
- We talked about her work, about sculpture, and leafed through her portfolio.
- For individuals interested in the creative side of advertising, having a portfolio of work that reflects your creative thinking ability is a must.
- When we first asked him what he was capable of for political satire, he sent us the piece below as his portfolio.
- He carries a large portfolio, apparently filled with images and evidence of his appointment, during this period, as an historian of art.
- Sculptor Charles Long showed a wonderful portfolio of Iris prints that seemed to replicate a notebook.
- A professional art consultant should have brochures, a portfolio of completed jobs and a client list.
- He decided to publish a book of his various works after assembling a portfolio that spans several decades and several coasts.
- Part of their course work involves creating actual marketing pieces for their portfolios.
- His business portfolio is well documented and the fact that he isn't tied to a 9 to 5 routine greatly enhances his ability to take on a job that will entail long trips from Kerry to Westmeath.
- In the midst of this fabulous display the patron and other gentlemen examine a portfolio while a young art student draws from the assembled works.
- In general, portfolios contain two types of information: activities/achievement and evidence for reflection.
- Gary Engle, a self-taught artist, explains that the heart of his portfolio consists of images of nature that lean toward abstract expressionism.
- They had heard stories of how the feisty old lady used to attack photographers, clobbering them with her heavy portfolio of art or chasing them for half a block down the street.
- He receives 5,000 portfolios from artists each year, and, after reviewing them, he may end up visiting only 50.
- He didn't keep me waiting and he sat with me for a long time, looking through my portfolio, reading my statement, asking me questions.
- Since earning her graduate degree from Yale only two years ago, Katy Grannan has compiled an impressive portfolio of portraits.
- Derek received his certificate after submitting a portfolio of images demonstrating his unique style of portrait and wedding photography.
- The best piece in her portfolio was a packaging program for an imaginary cd release: packaging, advertising, posters.
2Politicscartera feminineMinister without Portfolio — ministro sin cartera masculine
- Some Cabinet ministers whose portfolios are related to the forum's subject did not attend the meeting.
- The consensus was reflected in a report of a cabinet committee, comprising six ministers with major portfolios, set up in 1958 to review Land Commission policy.
- If one listens carefully to the exact wording of that Minister's last two answers, one can only conclude that he is reading directly from the Minister of Police's portfolios.
- I know I would want it spent on special education more than anything else, if I were thinking in my own portfolio as Associate Minister of Education.
- The matter is appropriately being handled by a portfolio Minister - the Minister for the Environment.
- The prime minister holds 19 portfolios, including royal palace affairs, defense, and foreign affairs.
- The portfolio needs a Minister who will listen, who will talk straight, and who will not try to pull the wool over anybody's eyes.
- He began as treasurer in 1960 while still playing and later added the job of secretary to his portfolio.
- So, I guess it's true to say that if the lines of communication are open, then that's a positive outcome from the change of ministerial portfolios.
- The rest got a few token Secretary of State portfolios.
- Despite one minister relinquishing his ministerial portfolio, the country is still not confident that there is integrity in public life.
- It is the one portfolio that means a Minister is out of the country all the time.
- From the late 1750s dukes and peers were found holding ministerial portfolios alongside the professionals of the robe.
- However, he has been retained as a Cabinet minister without a portfolio.
- He would like an economic portfolio or even the position of minister for education.
- All the evidence, though, shows that he is the most divisive and untrustworthy minister the portfolio has had for as long as most of us can remember.
- Timbul was given a position without a portfolio as an expert staff assigned to the minister.
- This Minister might have his portfolio back, but he is certainly on a very short leash.
- Some of those payments were considered to be illegal, and after all that, having said he had done nothing wrong, 6 days later he resigned from the portfolio of Minister of Tourism.
- At the time he was State Department Deputy Secretary with the portfolio in WMD and Nuclear Proliferation.
3Financecartera de acciones femininebefore noun portfolio investments — inversiones de cartera feminine
- If, on the other hand, the taxpayer has experienced a net realized gain, they should review their portfolio for any investments with unrealized losses.
- I used to have a fair portion of my investment portfolio allocated to bonds.
- While anyone can make money when markets rise, it takes considerable skill to minimise the damage to investment portfolios when markets fall.
- Therefore, we should be reviewing our investment portfolio regularly regardless of the time of year.
- The technique remains a primary tool for making investment decisions and managing portfolios.
- Residents are also less able to diversify their investment portfolios internationally or to make use of exchange rate futures and swap markets.
- If you are in the process of buying the roof over your head, then it forms part of your investment portfolio.
- To be sure, much global finance reflects growing investment portfolios, some doubtless with a speculative component.
- Like most stock investments, the age-based portfolios have been hammered this year, but some fared better than others.
- Having gold inside their investment portfolios has given these investors a feeling of security and comfort, and who would argue with that?
- We'll let you decide whether this type of investment suits your portfolio needs.
- Sometimes investors may even add rare coins, art, real estate and other off-the-beaten-track investments to their portfolios.
- In fact we should review our investment portfolios regularly, and be prepared to weed out any share that could look outlandishly expensive.
- Holding foreign investments inside your portfolio is great, but there may be some tax consequences lurking in the background that you are unaware of.
- The rule sounded like a great idea a few years ago, when investment portfolios delivered double-digit annual returns.
- Whether gold deserves to be included in an investment portfolio is an interesting question.
- Dividend reinvestment plans, or DRIPs, allow investors to build investment portfolios by reinvesting dividends into more shares.
- Diversification eliminates much unnecessary risk within an investment portfolio or strategy.
- Even so, direct investment into a portfolio of shares, bonds and cash spread in the manner described above would be administratively burdensome.
- These college savings plans allow you to invest in a portfolio of mutual funds on behalf of a child, grandchild or other beneficiary.
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