In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(mine/factory/land) productivo(meeting) fructífero(meeting) productivoit's not a very productive way to spend your time — no es una manera muy provechosa de pasar el tiempo
- I have/haven't had a very productive day — hoy me ha dado mucho de sí/no me ha dado nada de sí
- to be productive of sth — generar algo
- Once this kind of trust is established, the relationship between the consumer and the medical device company can be productive of real value.
- In fact, as space grew, the industry became less productive.
- The people who work with me are able to be more productive because I put a little less baggage in their way than before.
- Of course, certain institutions are necessary to become economically productive too, but these are not necessarily political.
- Deforestation and overgrazing destroy productive land, while acid rain damages crops.
- In today's tight labor markets, both public and private employers will presumably benefit from being able to keep productive older employees on the job longer.
- My dad ran his coal mine so as to make it as productive as he possibly could.
- This makes soil more productive and able to support bigger and better crops at the lowest possible economic cost to farmers.
- The World Wildlife Fund has released a report that assesses our ecological footprint, or the amount of productive land and sea needed to sustain current lifestyles.
- Malaysia's young, educated, and highly productive workforce remains one of the country's key attributes.
- A retired North Yorkshire farmer has invented a device which could help reduce flooding risks and pollution - while keeping arable land fertile and productive.
- And savvy employers have started to realize that a happy employee is a productive one.
- They can be grown on land that's less productive for traditional crops.
- Mines in the Pangaeum mountain range were extremely productive of silver and gold.
- Some have managed to take an interest in their land and make it productive, but many have simply reaped the standing crop and then left the land derelict.
- Leaders are investing billions of dollars to make our schools more purposeful, more accountable, and more productive of powerful learning.
- Farmers who are able to be productive and prove useful to society will find us cooperative.
- In a free market, employers want the most productive work force.
- As has been indicated, life on the frontier is productive of individualism.
- Seems like depression does benefit me, I am more productive at work.
- Settling in South Dakota, Martin Eden initially focuses on transforming the prairie into productive farmland.
- Four days prior to admission, she developed a cough productive of whitish sputum.
- For precision organic farming to work, we need to keep our farmers productive and unharmed.
- A country's most productive force is its diverse strata of human resources.
- Does Clark's property system preserve incentives to make land productive?
- White farmers would sell their land to the black community, and then help keep it productive.
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