In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1reaccionarto react against sth — reaccionar contra algo
- to react on sth — afectar algo
- it reacts on the quality of work — afecta la calidad del trabajo
- to react to sth
- how did he react to the news? — ¿cómo reaccionó frente a / ante la noticia?
- he reacted to the news with a shrug — al oír la noticia se encogió de hombros
- to react to light — reaccionar a la luz
- she reacted badly to the drug — su organismo reaccionó mal al medicamento
- Gay political groups have reacted with horror, attacking the lead researcher himself as biased.
- At higher temperatures, magnesium reacts vigorously with oxygen to produce a blinding white light.
- Why did the government react so violently to the report?
- Finally, we examine whether investors react rationally to disaster announcements.
- Their daughter was told about the explosion and reacted with shock when she arrived.
- Sun's shares quickly fell by about 6 per cent in after-hours trading, as investors reacted to the quarterly report.
- Thus, it is unsurprising that rubisco still reacts with both oxygen and carbon dioxide.
- But Edinburgh City Council has reacted angrily to suggestions that they may have deliberately clogged the streets.
- Your body was reacting the way it was designed to do - with pleasure.
- Do you think a bunch of guys would have reacted in the same manner?
- I honestly can't imagine why no one on the show reacts in a similar fashion.
- When base is added, it reacts with hydronium ion to decrease its concentration, thereby stressing the system.
- Direct sensing mechanisms might involve proteins or ligands that bind or react with oxygen.
- All my three daughters react differently to stress.
- Ward councillors have reacted with dismay, saying it will mean the end of historical links.
- In these reactions the ozone reacts with nitric oxide to produce nitrogen dioxide.
- United fans reacted with fury at the announcement.
- The powers-that-be are scrambling to react to pressure from a dissatisfied public.
- Males reacted equally strongly to both stimuli for all four parameters.
- Rail passengers have reacted angrily to news that fares are set to rise.
- According to critics, established Democratic consultants are not reacting fast enough to changing conditions.
- If other readers react in the same way as I did, then this collection will have served its purpose.
- But the links are just harder to study, because everybody reacts to stress differently.
- One reason is that financial markets react quickly to policy changes.
- Most people would react negatively to these situations and Ian was no exception.
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