In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person/animal) proteger(rights/interests) proteger(rights/interests) salvaguardarto protect sth/sb from/against sth/sb — proteger algo/a algn de/contra algo/algn
- to protect tenants from unscrupulous landlords — proteger a los inquilinos de los propietarios sin escrúpulos
- it protects you against colds — te protege contra los resfriados
- a protected species — una especie protegida
- I promised to protect you, all those years ago at the orphanage, and that's what I am doing right now.
- Water quality in reservoirs will also be improved and the forests in their catchment areas better protected.
- Can you give me some examples of what can happen if moral rights aren't protected by legislation?
- The county development plan envisioned The Curragh being designated a national park and protected from development as an Area of Special Amenity.
- Even areas protected as parkland have suffered significant losses of native plant species.
- The same, however, is not the case for items protected by copyright.
- At the moment less than 5% of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is actually protected as no-take areas and that clearly has to change.
- Since then areas have been marked off as reef preserves or protected areas, and many of the dive sites have been buoyed.
- Another essential fat, omega - 3, also protects against heart disease.
- The decision opens the previously protected areas to development.
- Fortunately it was a thick material so as to protect the thing better.
- None of the sites are protected from agricultural development.
- In the last 70 years, extirpations have continued even in natural areas protected in parks.
- The final hurdle has at last been overcome in the battle to give Middleton protected Conservation Area status.
- National Park chiefs have given two Dales villages conservation area status to protect them from inappropriate development.
- Also try to place your containers in an area that is protected from wind.
- Sadly all these developments are taking place in areas that were previously protected from any tourist development projects.
- Up until then, they'd been a relatively protected species.
- Hanging begonias should also be protected from strong winds as much as possible.
- However, they should be treated differently and part of their privacy is not protected by law.
- Many of the actions required are already within the scope of existing conventions concerned with wildlife conservation, insofar as they list marine species or marine protected areas on their annexes.
- The local council plans to demolish over 400 houses in blocks immediately adjacent to almost indistinguishable streets protected as a conservation area.
- None of the commercial hunters I have met would have starved if he had refrained from hunting totally protected species.
- It has directly lied about these events to protect its soldiers.
- How come this stuff wasn't protected by attorney-client privilege?
- They are also involved in improving public access, protecting agricultural lands, and restoring urban waterfronts.
- I thought my privacy was protected by the constitution.
- The area of blanket bog protected is 35,397 ha, or 88% of the official blanket bog target.
- I hope outrage is expressed - we have got to protect what we have.
- She must accept the inevitable and protect against the greater harm.
- They did not take my fears seriously and they went back on their promise to protect me.
- The base was a mile below the surface and was also protected by an energy shield.
- In the southeast quadrant, the remaining primary forest has been set aside as a conservation area protected by legislation and supernatural strictures.
- Recent research shows that only half the dogs and cats in the UK are fully protected against infectious diseases.
- Known endangered species are currently protected from any form of testing by law, with the exception of testing a cure which may be for the benefit of the particular species.
- A number of acute-phase reactants protect against tissue injury in response to heat stress.
- Holding shares will not protect workers from job losses or attacks on conditions.
- We have rights which are constitutionally protected and we have the right to exercise those rights.
- Framed in a rich tortoiseshell, their square amber lenses protect against UV damage.
- This ‘new’ land is increasingly being taken from areas with deep peat soils and is thus nominally protected from development.
1to protect from/against sth — proteger de/contra algo
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