In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(conspicuous)(position) destacado(position) prominente
- He would like his name to be placed on a prominent notice board emphasising that he was keen to be the first guinea pig.
- Notices were placed in prominent places in their bars warning customers to cut out bad language.
- The health minister has been particularly prominent in the media in this regard.
- Make sure you are prominent in their minds when a headhunter calls them looking for a recommendation on a candidate in your field.
- The problem seems to be more prominent in the bazaars and markets.
- Recently at Whole Foods I noticed prominent displays of strawberries and rhubarb.
- How can they ignore the criticisms that are so prominent in the media?
- Its most prominent feature is a projecting central pavilion with a pediment and four Doric columns.
- If the premises are unoccupied a copy of the Notice should be left in a prominent position.
- This error of fact will require a prominent notice of correction in the journal.
- I have noticed that the most prominent activity at the festival is alcohol consumption.
- Maybe when it is over, thoughts of mortality may become more prominent in his mind.
- Teachers' pay is also prominent in the list of motions being considered for debate.
- Our eyes are drawn to the magnificent ecclesiastical buildings that are especially prominent in York.
- Stories of this sort, if any, may have been elbowed out of prominent positions they should occupy in newspapers.
- The planning process begins with the posting of a notice in a prominent position at the site of property.
- Maximilian was famous for his large nose, and it is prominent in all his pictures and statues.
- It went on to say that the suggested site is situated in a prominent section of this new streetscape.
- Landscapes are prominent in the canvases displayed by Reena Sunil, a graphic designer.
- The issue of passive smoking is very prominent in the minds of almost everyone in this day and age.
2(important)(role/politician) prominente(politician/role) destacado(politician/role) importanteshe was prominent in the campaign — desempeñó un papel prominente / destacado / importante en la campaña
- he was prominent in literary circles — era una figura destacada en el ambiente literario
- Men dominate business and politics, but many women have held cabinet posts or are prominent in arts and professions.
- Other prominent people have also lent their support to the project.
- Not surprisingly given his prominent position and family name, racing and horses have always played a major part in Derby's life.
- Foreign-born players have been prominent in the game from its earliest days.
- Tom was prominent in farming and political circles in the area for many years.
- The Rothschilds are still prominent in banking in Britain and are notable patrons of the arts and sciences.
- A prominent neoconservative, he was a co-founder of Project for the New American Century.
- Even during his years in New York in the 1960s, Bertie remained very prominent in club circles.
- Of course, the story continues, and those people who are prominent in one chapter will always be part of the story.
- He has also been prominent in fund-raising circles for All Hallows College in Dublin.
- She was also very prominent in sporting circles both in her native Galway and in Claremorris.
- Frank was prominent in the community life of the region and was widely known throughout the district.
- Your ambitious nature will be rewarded as you are promoted to a prominent position in your profession.
- Both artists are prominent in Bulgaria's art world and work with graphics and water colours.
- They were prominent in the farming business and ran a progressive operation in that part of mid-Roscommon.
- Many of the family have lived in America for several years and some of them are very prominent in business circles in the Chicago area.
- It was a very worthy performance considering my age and prominent social standing, but the stone paid no attention, as is so often the case.
- Thanks to efforts of prominent citizens and timely attention from the Government, it is back to its full bloom again.
- The media itself has been prominent in heaping scorn on economics.
- Gerry has been prominent in the Mayo Association in Birmingham for several years.
- About two years ago I noticed a prominent bump on the inside of my right foot.
- For your first project choose leaves that are relatively flat and have prominent veins.
- It was particularly prominent in areas underlying the epidermal hyperplasia.
- The posterior node is prominent in early stages, and bears a distinct, short carina.
- His hair is flattened from sleep, his prominent ears projecting like wings from the sides of his head.
- Rising from the radiator grille, a prominent bulge in the hood runs to the base of the windscreen.
4(ledge/ridge) prominente(ridge/ledge) saliente
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