In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(book/newspaper) publicar(newspaper/book) editar(article/dissertation) publicarthe paper published the text in full — el diario publicó el texto íntegro
- Monica may have lost out by not having Judith publish her book.
- Putnam will publish the book in hardcover in fall 2005, with a paperback edition to be published by Berkley in 2006.
- The Almanac is published twice a year in two separate versions, Russian and English.
- Trunk is about to publish a book of library music album covers.
- It was, as Freedom of Information documents revealed, solely because he dared to publish this book.
- Last autumn, the five women published a book on the restaurants they introduced on the Internet.
- Kent State University Press will soon publish a book of his Cleveland landscapes.
- Whatever it was, he took the secret to his grave, although before his death, he published five books.
- Caissa Editions also publishes books about older tournaments.
- Considering the Journal is published bi-monthly, these figures are going to be hard to improve.
- A facsimile edition of the Black Book was published by the Imperial War Museum in London in 1989.
- Why would we need to publish trash books from other countries when we have so many of our own?
- This soft cover book was published at the end of last year and it is another in the suspenseful thriller genre for which Leather is so well known.
- The author has published six books, five collections of poetry and a volume of essays.
- All three books were published by Heinemann and sales figures for all three reached 50,000.
- Carol is also a hit in her own right and publishes music books for children.
- I suspect all five could have been published as one book.
- There are obvious marketing perks to publishing a book by a celebrity.
- Born in 1941, the son of a lorry driver, he trained as a graphic artist before turning to music and published some books of cartoons as drawings.
- And books are being published and reaching sales figures that would make any publisher proud.
2(make known)hacer públicodivulgar
- Banns have to be published at church on three consecutive Sundays.
- Print up invitations to a marriage, publish banns at a friendly church, have one or more brides or grooms and even eat wedding cake.
- In May the Government announced plans to publish a draft Bill on corporate manslaughter with the timetable for legislation, plus further details, to be announced this autumn.
- Its replacement is currently being drafted and is expected to be formally published by the Government before July.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.