In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1formal(obtain)procurar formalobtener formalconseguirprocurarse formalobtener formalconseguir
- However, my loyal friend Steve procured the autograph for me instead, and posted it to me as a birthday present.
- In recent years, the gallery has made a concerted effort to procure art works by contemporary South African artists.
- All subjects had participated in an earlier experiment in which they pecked at black and white symbols to procure food rewards.
- Acquired honor is procured through the never-ending game of verbal challenge and riposte.
- The Wall Street Journal has been leaked those portions of the October 2002 National Intelligence Estimate relating to Iraq's efforts to procure uranium in Africa.
- Each medicinal plant was procured in 3 batches obtained during the summer, rainy season, and winter, respectively.
- The early details of their journey - procuring a canoe, stockpiling bacon and canned food - at first seem tedious, but it gradually dawns why Clark has taken these pains.
- We visit the mainland in our inflatable, to procure food items.
- The deal was an effort to procure knockoff antiretroviral drugs for just $140 per patient per year.
- In an effort to procure tickets, I called All Sport Promotions, which has a fine record in promoting sports tours such as the recent match in Bahrain.
- That's why I'm indebted to our good friend Xtian for procuring such excellent tickets for last night's game and for providing a 90-minute tutorial on Beckenbauerian tactics.
- It is believed that viruses causing deadly diseases such as ebola and salmonella were procured in Russia and that anthrax was obtained from North Korea.
- No, it's being done in the best model of pork barrel politics where the Administration's friends procure multi-billion dollar contracts in a secret process hidden from any public scrutiny.
- They proved that fungi can be identified in virtually all patients with chronic rhinosinusitis if meticulous, painstaking efforts are taken to procure samples.
- Questionnaires regarding Community Childcare were sent out to families in the Aghamore area during the week in an effort to procure affordable childcare facilities in the region.
- The main efforts are focused on procuring information about the operational situation in the theater with the help of space-based assets of radar surveillance.
- Wei organized an effort by Cub Scout Pack 84 to procure shoes for the orphaned African girls.
- This promoted the idea that as long as the reasons for failure were documented, nations could undertake efforts to engineer and procure solutions as required.
- The study - jointly conducted by the World Health Organisation and the aid agency Medecins Sans Frontieres - looked at efforts to procure antiretroviral drugs in 10 countries.
- Last night, I walked right up to the ticket window and procured a seat in my usual spot (upper deck, behind the plate) without waiting in line.
2formal(bring about)conseguirlograrto procure the release of the hostages — conseguir / lograr la libertad de los rehenes
- Every person who, by willful perjury or subornation of perjury procures the conviction and execution of any innocent person, is punishable by death or life imprisonment without possibility of parole.
- Retail Credit Cards Ltd. was charged with aiding, abetting, counselling or procuring offences committed by another person under the Consumer Credit Act 1974.
- The perjured evidence was not procured or knowingly adopted by Orion, nor was it given by someone who was part of the company's directing mind and will.
- The employee was acquitted of the principal offence, but the Court of Appeal upheld the employer's conviction for, essentially, procuring the actus reus.
- The officers had been acting as Agents provocateurs, and had procured the appellants to commit the offences.
3(for sex)he was accused of procureing women for immoral purposes — lo acusaron de lenocinio / proxenetismo
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