In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Religionprovidencia feminineto trust in / to providence — confiar en la providencia
- For, while most life is fully dependent upon divine providence, we humans, because of our consciousness, have the potential to participate in the unfolding of each moment.
- In vain do we look for Providence in the workings of nature.
- They thanked God for their preservation during their first year in Plymouth, where, as in Leiden's siege, half the community had died, leaving the survivors to hope for and depend on divine protection and providence.
- What roles does affliction, the suffering constrained by the sense of God's palpable absence, play in divine providence, according to Herbert's poetry?
- It may be, however, that at a deeper level than the ecclesiastical and economic reasons, there is a question of God's Providence.
- Man's worship ascends upward, and the Divine providence descends thereby.
- Perhaps this is because he believes so much in divine providence and God's redemption in Christ, and he refuses to believe that God is capricious.
- Nothing but the superintending care of Providence could have saved him.
- His Ascended Glory is the comfort of wise Providence in every moment and time and dispenses trial.
- We as Muslims have no reason to believe that Allah's Plan and Providence are subjected to the humanly designed calendar.
2(fate, chance)it was sheer providence that a passing motorist heard her cries — fue providencial que un automovilista que pasaba la oyera gritar
- The hunter with the fewest marks on their card (and there is sometimes more than one, which is where providence and chance play their hand) also comes up, whereupon I shoot them.
- The government of the fastest growing city in Asia believes providence, not planning will help it manage growth.
- You are well co-ordinated just when providence favours your chances of progressing in your chosen endeavour.
- Though he recognized the importance of luck, or providence as he usually called it, and opportunity, he saw his own political success as a product of his iron determination and fanatical belief in his mission.
- In the past, we could leave that onerous responsibility to fate or providence, and then rail against them when it went wrong.
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