In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(response)reacción femininereaction to sth
- the rash must be a reaction to the drugs — el sarpullido debe de ser una reacción a los fármacos
- what was her reaction to the news? — ¿cómo reaccionó / cuál fue su reacción frente a / ante la noticia?
- her gut reaction was to pull out — su reacción instintiva fue echarse atrás
- after yesterday's rise in interest rates, there was a sharp reaction on Wall Street — la subida de los tipos de interés de ayer provocó una fuerte sacudida en Wall Street
- before noun reaction time — tiempo de reacción
- I accept full responsibility for my reaction to a bad situation.
- The market's reaction was swift and brutal.
- And with little change in Fed thinking, the financial markets' reaction was muted.
- The mention of Thomas provoked an immediate reaction from Becky as the Shopkeeper knew it would.
- We are appreciative of the Australian government's reaction to the situation.
- However, people have very different mental responses to the body's natural reaction to a stressful situation.
- Of course, that explained Mother's reaction to the news and her respectfully mournful look.
- And for an immediate reaction to today's events I think we can speak to Tom Hilton.
- The only people who usually benefit from a knee-jerk emotional reaction to a security event are the vendors.
- Yet the fear of this technical underworld has provoked a knee-jerk reaction.
- We also observe a positive market reaction to the announcements of relocations involving corporate headquarters and plants.
- He said he has been surprised by the positive reaction from the public.
- The violence of Violet's reaction had not surprised her, indeed, she was rather pleased by it.
- Are you surprised by the reaction of your fans?
- Describing her mother's reaction to the news, Harrold said she was unable to face even her closest friends.
- He acknowledged that he had an immediate gut reaction to government requests for the media to withhold information.
- We need to stop worrying about what others think of us and make pictures that elicit a gut reaction.
- Fifth, anger can be an immediate reaction to an isolated event or it can be a response after numerous events.
- Negative emotional reactions are often caused by stress.
- We test whether the market's reaction to such announcements differs among different types of units relocated.
1.2Chemistryreacción femininechemical/nuclear reaction — reacción química/nuclear
- Indeed, electrical currents could lead to a potential drop and to heating and catalysis of undesirable electrochemical reactions.
- Equivalents can be used to simplify balancing chemical equations for many reactions.
- Exothermic reactions involve the production of energy which is given to the surrounding environment as heat.
- Furthermore, the compound nuclei produced in cold-fusion reactions contain a relatively small number of neutrons.
- They're produced during nuclear fusion, the reaction that lights the sun and other stars.
- The chemical equations for some reactions may have a lone reactant or a single product.
- Nucleophilic substitution reactions can be either unimolecular or bimolecular.
- Alkylation reactions are reactions where an alkyl group is introduced into a molecule.
- Acid reactions are also used in organic synthesis reactions for making polymers, vitamin supplements, and other everyday consumer products.
- Three randomly picked clones from each PCR reaction were eventually sequenced.
- The rate of a photolysis reaction is a first-order process.
- There are many important industrial processes that use electrophilic reactions.
- Many of these vinyl compounds are made by the reaction of acetylene with electrophiles.
- Filler metal is obtained from an exothermic reaction between iron oxide and aluminum.
- Zeolites can soak up liquid or gas molecules and also catalyze chemical reactions.
- Ozone is produced when sunlight triggers chemical reactions involving reactive hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides.
- It studies the structure of nuclei, and their reactions and interactions.
- These materials are based on the polymerization reaction of a diol with a diisocyanate.
- By contrast, making Kevlar involves a complex series of organic reactions in hot sulphuric acid at high pressures.
- Chemists study these organisms because they are able to perform chemical reactions under extreme conditions.
- It is formed from the reaction of nitric oxide with superoxide, and produces carbonyls on proteins.
- Such " ribozymes " are often used to catalyze reactions involving deoxyribonucleic acid or RNA.
- One of the primary methods of qualitative analysis involves precipitation reactions.
- Cold fusion is the term proposed to describe controlled nuclear fusion reactions occurring at or near room temperature.
- More to the point, it has facilitated many reactions that depend upon acetic acid as a reagent or solvent.
2derogatoryPoliticsreacción feminine derogatorythe forces of reaction — las fuerzas reaccionarias / de la reacción derogatory
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