In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- You are still free to hit the more recent posts with comments though.
- I should be preparing for my meeting with my manager this afternoon, but instead I am setting up email blogging and photo posts!
- My objection was to having to supply my information just to follow your content, which your post implies is necessary.
- Anyway, Mark puts a better argument than me so go read his original post.
- My previous post was written in a bad mood (got to stop doing that).
- I think maybe you misread my original post.
- Over the summer we had a post about the power internet message boards hold over the making of movies.
- I apologise for the lack of preamble to yesterday's last post.
- Steve's post below reminded me of an article I wrote a couple of years ago.
- Podcasting is a lot more difficult than dashing off a post on a weblog.
- Remember: e-mail and newsgroup posts are not secure venues for volunteering your credit card information.
- Got my car fixed, for those who have read my previous post on the subject.
- You can also blog when you don't have a connection and save your post for uploading later.
- Meanwhile, here's an onion I drew to liven up today's post.
- There has been numerous posts on this weblog of spammers and virus writers making money out of their criminal activities.
- I have a bit of dyslexia and like to take time when composing email, posts, coding, and such to make sure that I don't make a mistake.
- Sure I have real life stuff as well, but I just cannot imagine a time when I could possibly get anywhere near 100 posts in a month.
- We ask them to pay for the infrastructure, which is just a post and software.
- If my post implied that increasing type size was the automatic solution to issues of readability, then I appreciate your clarification that there are other considerations, as well.
- Yesterday's post reminded me of the issue of pulling the tags off of product and machinery.
- Now she has had the front door replaced without a letterbox and her post is delivered to the Post Office in Bingley.
- These days there's a fish farm, post is delivered by van, McCabe's is a seasonal guest house and the pub has gone.
- A York resident today slammed the Royal Mail for delivering her post seven hours later than it used to.
- Royal Mail managers were drafted to deliver post to thousands of other homes after the workers voted to continue their stoppage.
- This also had the consequence in many of the affected post offices of delaying post by an hour or more.
- The post was largely not delivered, with an official total of 46 percent of workers on strike.
- The people plan to stick a label across their letter boxes and decline post as part of their campaign of boycott.
- Priority is being given to business mail with the aim of having all such post delivered by 10 am.
- Customers could set their watches by the times their post was delivered and the service they received was second to none.
- The Royal Mail has told him they would continue to deliver his post when they were able to do so.
- Royal Mail could have to make sure all post is delivered before noon and customers never wait more than five minutes in Post Office queues.
- The system, which scanned post and official documents so they could be fired off to the relevant people, worked fantastically on one computer.
- Investigations continue to see whether other police officers deserted their posts during the height of that disaster.
- Plus, all soldiers bound for posts in Germany process through there.
- Abandoning a post, drinking on duty and brawling in public are all serious offences in the Garda discipline code.
- The lookout post at Newtownhamilton police station would also be closed.
- Some distance away, Renee could see a group of soldiers running to their posts.
- In the subsequent period, they began to be integrated with the observation and surveillance posts of other branches of service.
- Some trucks with equipment and a few dozen soldiers from several posts headed eastwards.
- It appears the security officers on duty left their post to investigate those first two explosions.
- In the provinces, customs workers left their posts at the border with Paraguay.
- In an unrelated matter, three of the five police constables who were transferred from the western division have not taken up duty at their assigned posts.
- Robert, my brother, used to tell me that a good soldier never leaves his post to fight a battle elsewhere.
- The other soldiers left their posts and huddled around the nuke.
- It is not impossible to either fake travel permits or bribe the soldiers at control posts.
- When no one answered the telephones in these deserted command posts there was understandable alarm.
- Is that not an act of treason to go into a combat-heavy country and entice soldiers into leaving their posts?
- When the regime fell, soldiers simply left their posts and ran home, many with as much armament as they could carry.
- Order will break down in many countries as soldiers and police abandon their posts in order to avoid exposure to the virus.
- But another officer pleaded with him to stay at his post, carry on with his work, put his friend out of his mind.
- High ranking police officers, in charge of police stations and posts and other policemen took part in the camp.
- There are up to 150 military posts with at least 25 soldiers stationed at each post.
2(announce)(meeting/reward) anunciarto post sb missing — dar a algn por desaparecido
- to keep sb posted — mantener / tener a algn al tanto / al corriente
3(notice/list) poner(notice/list) fijarpost no bills — prohibido fijar carteles / anuncios
4(on the Internet)postearposted by Nick Davis — posteado por Nick Davis
5(in ledger)(receipts/sales) anotar
6Businessregistrarthe company posted losses of two million dollars — la compañía registró pérdidas de dos millones de dólares
7USSport (score/time) registrarSport (time/score) obtener
1(parcel/letter) echar al correo Britishechar al buzóncould you post this off by tomorrow? — ¿podrías echar esto al correo antes de mañana?
- to post sth to sb — mandarle / enviarle algo a algn (por correo)
- I posted it to him last week — se lo mandé la semana pasada
2(send)(diplomat/employee) destinar(diplomat/employee) mandarhe was posted abroad — lo destinaron / mandaron al extranjero
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