In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1precedencia femininea problem which takes precedence over all others — un problema que tiene prioridad / precedencia sobre todos los demás
- dukes have precedence over earls — los duques tienen precedencia sobre los condes
- precedence will be given to season ticket holders — se dará preferencia / precedencia a los abonados
- in order of precedence — en orden de precedencia
- He believes that the Bible's authority takes absolute precedence over man's opinions.
- For a glorious few minutes at Knock Airport on Friday evening, the humble bike took precedence over the big plane.
- He felt that an individual's character took precedence over what they looked like.
- The profit of the nation took absolute precedence over the companies.
- These skills took precedence over more craft-based or manufacturing work skills.
- If it becomes, in effect, a European Union constitution, it will take legal precedence over our own.
- Their needs were always paramount in his thoughts and took precedence over everything else in his life.
- And that is the profit imperative taking precedence over everything else.
- Getting things done properly took precedence over getting them done quickly.
- Russian laws were given precedence over laws passed by the Finnish Diet.
- Should property rights be given precedence over human rights or society's need to protect nature?
- This new possibility took precedence over the offer he had been preparing to make the others.
- For most of them the interests of the established Church took precedence over sentimental attachment to the Stuart dynasty.
- Power generation was given precedence because thermal power was in great demand in summer.
- But almost as soon as he arrived in England, Philip was accorded precedence over Mary.
- So nuances of gravel and green olive took precedence over plums and berries.
- However, on their last album before this, silence took precedence over noise.
- It was a war in which close air support and interdiction often took precedence over strategic attack.
- But the urge to entertain took precedence over basic common sense.
- The new popular context of images took precedence over the origin of the representation.
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