In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(understanding)comprensión femininesuddenly, realization dawned — de pronto me di cuenta / lo entendí todo
- make sure he has a full realization of the dangers — asegúrate de que sea plenamente consciente del peligro
- I woke up to the terrible realization that … — al despertar comprendí horrorizado que …
- In fact the realisation of how important copper is for development was discovered in copper deficient areas of Australia where sheep or lambs started to develop an ataxia.
- Suddenly the blatant realization dawned on him.
- And then comes the additional realisation that, in fact, they had never been offered anything that could have served as the basis of a lasting settlement.
- In fact, the realization that so many differences exist between us is beginning to be daunting.
- Beyond that the realisation may be dawning that political problems left to fester are problems that get worse, and that no country can protect itself completely from the consequences.
- The Home Office is talking tough, but in the department of constitutional affairs the realisation is dawning that the judges have a potential weapon of mass destruction.
- And it reminds us how lackadaisical we are in the realisation of this fact.
- And suddenly the realization dawned on her that she needed to follow her own advice.
- We're just coming to the realization that, in fact, surprise, surprise, our president actually has something to do with this.
- I was fully prepared for the realization that she was in a committed relationship and had either forgotten me or wanted nothing to do with me.
- Probably then the realisation would dawn that the world is not quite as black and white as it is often made out to be.
- Today, the realisation has dawned on the community that, yes, you have to work hard to progress but it is plain stupid to not assert your right to an equal share of the national pie.
- Its origins lie in the caring, sharing Nineties when the realisation dawned that the all-out pursuit of material wealth was not in our long-term interests.
- I notice the realization starting to dawn on the other two.
- I groaned inwardly and felt my spirits dampen as the realization dawned on me.
- I couldn't help but notice the realization that dawned on my father's face.
- In the US the realisation seems to be dawning that this episode represents, at the very least, a case of maladministration, of desperately poor governance.
- Kieran whirled on Kine, suddenly furious as the realization dawned on him.
- After the histrionics were well and truly over, the realisation dawned that something truly shocking had occurred.
- The look on their faces when the realisation dawns that I am 100% serious is simply priceless.
- The dialog should be geared toward cooperation in the realization of the proposed network.
- An exception is 74th State School in Sofia where the integration process of disabled children has undergone a very successful realisation.
- To make sense of this, we must first remember that the will to power is not a bare desire to desire, which would amount to a desire for some determinate end and for resistance to its realization.
- The dream of a successful Scotland is capable of realisation.
- And now we can understand the meaning of the early Buddhist dictum that realization is attained by experiencing nirvana in the body.
- Between desire and reality, potential and realization, what could be and what is, lies the shortfall.
- The realization of Roy's dream would have occurred through his presentation of the music to a sophisticated European or American audience.
- Mission success fee incentivizes the contractor's realization of certain specific achievements that are critical to the success of the program.
- Therefore what is meant by Buddhahood is the recognition and realization of the complete purity of the mind.
- This was the realisation of a dream to produce objects that looked good and did the job they were designed to do.
- The glow of grand slam success is still keeping Pete Sampras warm but impending fatherhood and the successful realization of one final dream could prove to be enough to nudge him into retirement.
- ‘That's everybody's goal, but anticipation is greater than realization,’ Bucky said.
- Victory is achieved as a result of realization of superiority in might.
- The realisation of a life-long dream was sealed with a kiss for the new President-elect at the weekend.
- It is part of his realisation of the American dream - to succeed at every level.
- If the US government took steps to facilitate the full realization of open spectrum, it would achieve several vitally important policy goals.
- They are concerned that moving all trauma services - dealing with road accidents victims or those with major injuries - to this hospital will delay realisation of the dream.
- Here we must be talking about revolution, marked by joyous restlessness, a harmonization of ends, and a desire that pushes a vision of the human potential into realization.
- Each song has been carefully chosen and represents feelings of unity, peace, love, and realisation of dreams.
- This is the ever-present risk for confession: that it will not find an auditor and achieve realization.
- With each manager acting independently, there is no coordinated, strategic realization of gains and losses across the portfolio as a whole.
- Further measures followed the signature of the State Treaty, including the collection and realisation of assets for which no owner or heirs had been found.
- However, there are inevitable uncertainties surrounding any realisation of the assets by the Administrators.
- The instruments the subject of the lien are delivered to the bank for collection, or for retention until maturity, which means that realization is contemplated by the parties.
- The tax is a consequence of the realisation of the assets in the course of the winding up of the company.
- Significantly, Indian exporters have managed to post a rise in the unit value realisation in the US market.
- Paye and NIC would therefore apply at a point where you would have no realisation to cover the tax payable.
- He said the tax cut had resulted in short-term, one-off asset realisations which could not be repeated.
- The developer would pay for the site that amount that he could realise on a gross sale less a margin for profit and risk of realisation.
- There was no realisation of a capital asset, rather the payment obtained under the Joint Venture Agreement was a revenue receipt.
- The carrying on of a trade may be contrasted with the sale of a capital asset ie the realisation of an investment which is generally not taxable.
- First of all he relied upon there having been a realisation of profits.
- The defendants take no issue regarding the manner of realization of Maple City's assets by the Receiver or the quantum of the outstanding indebtedness.
- The Code will waive the requirement of a liquidating value appraisal so as to accelerate the close of bankruptcy procedure and asset realisation.
- In the case of Pradeep Phosphates the government may be refunding more money to the purchaser than the realisation from sale.
- The order specified as its purposes the company's survival as a going concern and a better realisation of its assets.
2(of plan)realización feminineshe died before the realization of her dreams — murió antes de que sus sueños se hicieran realidad
3Financerealización feminineventa feminine
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