In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1formal(summing up)recapitulación feminineresumen masculine
- The following, then, is less a straight recapitulation of plot and character than it is an introduction to the basic discourses at work in one of Rivette's most important films.
- Here's a year-by-year recapitulation of the last nine contests.
- This book will be most useful as a bibliographic resource for those approaching the topic for the first time, and as a thorough recapitulation of the key positions on central research interests on the question of physical attractiveness.
- For those who have forgotten, here is a recapitulation of the crime.
- This essay, like much of the book, is derivative, little more than a recapitulation of facts better explored by literary scholars.
- To make matters worse, he never provided indexes to his books, and gives no summaries, recapitulations of points, nor linguistic ‘signposts’ to aid the unwitting reader.
- Chapter 5 presents my theory, which avoids the recapitulation of Western gender roles and heterosexism inherent in many theories of attraction like Bem's.
- All novels after the first in a series have to tread a line between standing alone and catering for the faithful reader who will be irritated by constant recapitulations.
- The events, though recent, do need a brief recapitulation.
- The work in which he summarizes his perspective, is a recapitulation of various articles published earlier, but here we see much more cohesion.
- I didn't fully understand the reason and don't remember enough of it to give a coherent recapitulation… but it had something to do with a New York state law back then that gave certain tax advantages to small businesses.
- The candidate concluded his recitation with an abbreviated recapitulation of the subdivisions of the five principal topics.
- Even casual readers may benefit from the sectional summaries or recapitulations in the book.
- Frank Brennan draws his lecture to a close with a recapitulation of his main points.
- This report is a concise recapitulation of events throughout the entire day.
- As the theologian Robert Farrar Capon so astutely recognized, the entire argument of Ephesians in the first chapter is what is called a recapitulation.
- Some of the material will be familiar to readers who have kept up with this debate, but this volume is by no means a recapitulation of debates now worn threadbare by constant worrying.
- In the Appendices we include a brief recapitulation of the methods used for these measurements.
- Thelen's concluding chapter is not merely a recapitulation of her findings but rather provides important new insights on her topics, especially the broader issues of institutional evolution.
- The editorial begins with a recapitulation of the basic argument marshaled by the Bush administration regarding his past actions while on the board of directors of Harken Energy.
- In Sonata 10 in D Major, one of the six sonatas with full recapitulations, the lyrical second theme in the dominant minor provides a marked contrast to the assertive principal one.
- A very similar effect occurs at the start of the recapitulation.
- Again, Mendelssohn saw the concerto form as a field for experiment and his idea of continuing the soloist's cadenza figuration in the first movement over the recapitulation in the orchestra was later hailed by Ravel as a masterstroke.
- In the first movement, after the first statement in the exposition, there is a passage of five block chords that crops up again a few minutes later in the recapitulation with a shift in the harmonization at the end.
- After the second climax, the music slows with a recapitulation of the opening theme and then fades to nothing.
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.