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(manufacture)fabricación feminineproducción feminine(costs) de producciónthe car goes into production next year — el coche empezará a fabricarse el año entrante
- to take sth out of production — dejar de fabricar algo
- we expect production to be in full swing by mid-January — pensamos estar en plena producción para mediados de enero
- production manager — (in show business) jefe de producción or realización
- production model — modelo de serie
1.2(output)producción femininecar/coal production — producción automovilística/de carbón
- There is likely to be a leveling off in total U.S. production in years to come.
- Total worldwide production of wafers this year amounts to 57 million wafers.
- The steel production capacity will rise to some two million tons a year, compared to the current 1.2 million tons.
- The total production for the entire lode amounted to 1,080,628,993 pounds of copper.
- Lathe plotted the actual and relative growth of the trees by year against total nickel production in Canada.
- Total production of the powerplant could be as high as 1.5 million units worldwide.
- China, the world's largest coal producer, consumes 31 percent of total global coal production.
- For the first time in history the country's total production has fallen for four years in a row.
- There has been very little change in recent years in the total amount of lead production or in the percentage of recycled lead.
- Much of the surface gold was worked out within five years, and production peaked in 1900.
- Knoc has ambitions to expand production from its current total of 19 projects in 14 countries.
- These wines constitute 18 per cent of the total production of quality wines.
- Last year, it stamped out 7.3 billion pennies, more than half of its total coin production.
- Of the total mango production in the country, the State's share is 7.74 per cent.
- That figure is just short of Thailand's total production last year from all automakers here.
- Last year the total production of Scottish salmon was 120,000 tonnes.
- About half of that total production of sugar in this country comes from sugar beets, and the other half from cane sugar.
- Last year China produced 1.03 billion tonnes of coal or one third of the total world production.
- Its annual steel production is 2.6 million tons increasing in 1975 to 4.1 million tons.
- This is the first time in more than 20 years that total production fell below the three million mark.
2(showing)presentación feminineon production of the correct documents — al presentar la documentación correspondiente
- I had the pleasure of appearing with and directing him in many productions.
- For a limited period, the normal design fee of £30 is waived on production of the voucher on this page.
- Holders of leaflets wishing to attend the race meeting on production of the said leaflet could bring a friend on a free of charge entry to the course.
- Osmond Tearle staged a fashionably spectacular production at Stratford in 1889, with himself playing Talbot.
- The Royal Opera regularly calls on members of Tiffin Boys' Choir to appear in its productions.
- She championed the classics, with lavish productions of Swan Lake and Sleeping Beauty.
- Monica was asked whether she had considered taking the new production of The Sleeping Beauty to Russia.
- The film is the first in a series of Disney productions based on Lewis's Narnia stories.
- Everyone who has seen the original BBC production expects this film to live up to the hype.
- They will perform two of the most spectacular of their productions, Swan Lake and La Bayadere.
- The seats are on a first come first served basis, only for members, on production of the membership card.
- The huge task of putting this production together falls to director Simon Barry, 49, from London.
- The concession also applies to members of the armed services on production of a warrant card.
- Theatre companies are staging productions in nightclubs, pubs and sitting rooms.
- Officers will be able to ride free on buses on production of their warrant card.
- The school stages about three productions a year and is making plans for its spring performance.
- La Juive was one of the most spectacular productions ever to grace the Paris Opera.
- The tickets cost £25 on production of the special letter and a utility bill proving that the resident lives at the address.
- Their influence can still be seen in independent and arthouse productions to this day.
- This discount is in addition to the 50 per cent refund on production of the match ticket from the abandoned game.
- There are some amusing characters and catchy songs and we're using the original set drawings for our production.
- They will be putting on two productions, one for the juniors, and one for the seniors.
- Andy Arnold is artistic director of the Arches and the man behind both forthcoming productions.
- Not every element in Eda Holmes's production is as carefully considered as the writing.
- Each production is a magical creation set within its own world of extraordinary music, choreography and gravity defying feats.
- The colours are bright yet muted, as often found in relatively low budget productions.
- As well as numerous stage roles he has also appeared in many film and television productions.
- Seating will be on a first come first served basis and on production of identity cards.
- Limited student tickets will be available at the venue on the show days only on production of a valid student identity card.
- Compustore says that it can arrange credit within two or three hours on production of identity, proof of address and bank details.
- Nevertheless, the Fringe remains a test bed for some interesting and radical productions.
- Entry is free to York residents on production of a York Card.
- The receipt will reach the customer who on production of the same at the theatre complex will be permitted to view the movies.
(staging, version)producción femininethe Broadway production of the show — la versión del espectáculo / la producción que se presentó en Broadway
4.1(act of producing)Television Cinema producción feminineTheatre puesta en escena feminineTheatre producción feminine
- This tends to be accompanied by rising inventories and followed by reduced manufacturing production.
- News this week that U.S. manufacturers increased production in August for the first time in nine months is encouraging.
- Demand for the single jab has dropped around the world as a result of the high uptake of the triple vaccine, leading manufacturers to stop production.
- It also expects to outsource production to other manufacturers.
- An important programme for the export of basic components for medicine production has been introduced.
- Imports of a wide array of consumer goods will grow as more Japanese manufacturers shift production to China.
- Three BBC Outside Broadcast production units will be on site, plus two recording units.
- This is the process of moving a product from raw material, to production, to delivery, to paid invoice.
- This new project marks Cvejic's return into the creative side of television production.
- By the late 1890s, he had developed a successful commercial film production and processing business.
- What the film lacks in production values it makes up for in heart, sharing with us a tale most film audiences rarely see.
- Nonetheless, Rod is another director for whom a studio is rushing to get a film in production before The Strike.
- Despite the magisterial production values, the film lies lifeless as though still on the page.
- The biggest stockpiles are held by chip manufacturers who upped production on the back of the high demand experienced in the first half of 2004.
- He recently wrapped production on the feature film Lone Star State of Mind.
- The whole space is equipped for television and film production, including private spaces for greenrooms and dressing rooms.
- Testing is a key part of the production process before a film emerges fully in the public domain.
- The Buckley-type character will only be referred to in the move as ‘The Musician’ and a script is in production.
- He was working as a film set production manager on location in Bangkok at the time of his death.
- During any year there are something like a dozen feature films in production here.
- Pier Productions has a strong track record in radio production in drama, factual and comedy.
- An emission permit is a right to consume carbon and emit carbon dioxide in the course of production or manufacturing.
- It's also fascinating to get more insight into how writing and production of television programmes work.
- Costs are a function of tile size and the manufacturer's production volume and processes.
- While manufacturing production is slowing, service sector activity has remained buoyant.
- Shot on film, production values were high throughout the 23 episodes and all of them were very funny.
- I met practically everybody involved in production because they all had to come to my tiny cubicle to get their films spliced.
- Vulnerabilities can also be the result of an oversight in software production by the manufacturer.
- They became importers of components and machinery for production as well as exporters.
- Foremost this entails shooting on film with a budget comparable with that of modern feature film production.
- It's pretty amazing how vivid his memories are considering how long ago the film was in production.
- As far as the studio see it, its worth it, to cancel a film so late in production costs them a lot more than whatever it costs to fix the script.
- There were drops in the prices of all stocks of companies whose raw materials or production costs are excise-sensitive.
- This particular Toby Jug is one of a huge range done by Royal Doulton, and it was introduced in 1975 and has been in production ever since.
- It's basically the story of how, during the course of the war, he converted his toy manufacturing to weapons production.
- Meanwhile, gun manufacturers ramped up production and cut prices by half in the World War I era.
- Opel has been behind the trend to outsource component production.
- After that, factory production dominated manufacturing, and most people moved to cities.
- Manufacturers are stepping up production to keep pace with increasing exports to China and the US.
- The film is currently in production by Seattle's Arkham Productions.
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