In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(criticize/admit) públicamente(admit/criticize) en público(executed/exposed/humiliated) públicamentethe information is not yet publicly available — la información no se ha hecho aún pública / no está aún a disposición del público
- publicly traded company — sociedad cotizada en bolsa
- The airline incident is also the second time in six months that he's been publicly accused of violent, loutish behaviour.
- He has said publicly he has no idea how it could be that HIH is insolvent.
- Now we are shamelessly and publicly adding religious discrimination to the witches' brew.
- For the first time in history his job was publicly advertised.
- Some will feel pressured to publicly display views they do not agree with.
- The donors' names were displayed publicly on a long blackboard hung on the wall in front of the hall.
- NHS officials have publicly denied the claims, but both papers stood by their stories.
- He also said he wanted to publicly thank all the staff and valued customers for their loyalty and support over the years.
- Hare turned King's evidence, but Burke was hanged and afterwards publicly dissected.
- As a matter of publicly stated official policy, that was probably the right answer.
- A number of years ago rumors of Arnold's affair with Tammy began to leak out publicly.
- The health problems linked to smoking are so vast and it is a real problem but if people continue to smoke openly and publicly where will it end?
- At times I could have been, publicly not privately, too critical of the players, but now I try to balance it.
- Times were tough in the past and criminals were publicly whipped, branded, banished or hanged.
- He was the last person in Britain sentenced to be publicly hanged, drawn and quartered.
- I want to publicly apologize to my family for shocking them and for hurting them.
- Or priests, in like manner who privately say one thing, but very publicly say another.
- Sensibly, So has stayed publicly away from criticising Sheppard over the past few days.
- In that golden age, pink and red flags were not publicly mixed.
- Only a very select group is publicly given credit for academic success.
- Scotland bosses refused to criticise Warwickshire publicly but privately they are fuming.
- But we rarely hear any of these views expressed publicly by mainstream politicians.
- He almost never discusses his cases publicly and rarely grants formal interviews.
- They might critique them privately, but not necessarily in print or publicly.
- Despite the obvious problems with the court, its officials, publicly at least, are talking it up.
- The Aberdeen manager does not accept that he did the dirty on his players by publicly hanging them out to dry.
- How can you expect people to speak out if you publicly humiliate them?
- He had a hot temper and a weekly column in which he could publicly tear to shreds anyone who dared gainsay him or meddle with his works.
- I want those horrible soldiers who were responsible for this to be publicly punished and humiliated.
- He changed course when it was clear things weren't working and announced it publicly.
2(funded/maintained) con fondos públicos
- Ultimately, how much a country spends on publicly funded medicines is a value or policy judgment.
- At the one extreme, only a very finite list of services might be publicly funded.
- We want a publicly owned railway and tube system, and he doesn't.
- And if necessary, yes, it has to be publicly subsidised to keep down the cost of travel.
- Long-term care would be best if it were publicly funded, publicly built and managed.
- He added that it was not necessary for the airstrip to be publicly owned.
- There will be an order for costs in the appropriate form, bearing in mind that the claimant is publicly funded.
- Party political rows will not be allowed as the sites are publicly funded - although they may link to political pages.
- The purchase fund was a public body and should be publicly accountable.
- Democratic government needs an independent, publicly funded research community.
- Taxation of the rich would provide funds aplenty for public investment in publicly owned services.
- Is he basically saying these are political organisations publicly funded by another name?
- And we do this by providing publicly funded health, education and welfare systems.
- The government maintains that it does not matter who provides the services so long as they are publicly funded.
- She insists that the British consensus around publicly funded healthcare is not eroding.
- Academies are publicly funded independent schools which provide education to students of all abilities.
- Waiting lists come with the territory of publicly funded health systems.
- Another was that high-risk missions should be publicly, rather than privately funded.
- For those of you who aren't British, allotments are pieces of land which are owned publicly and rented out to people to grow things on.
- We were not at all wealthy, but it was at a time when the arts were publicly funded and there were free tickets available.
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