In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(kindness/compliment) corresponder a(kindness/compliment) reciprocar Latin Americahis love wasn't reciprocated — su amor no era correspondido
- to reciprocate an invitation — corresponder a / devolver una invitación
- The real issue is, why are you so heavily interested in someone who isn't reciprocating interest in an active way and repeatedly delivers fresh blows of rejection?
- But when his love was not reciprocated he turned from admirer to stalker, Harrogate magistrates were told.
- Those gestures were reciprocated and negotiations ensued.
- Lopez is clearly a gifted teacher who has earned and reciprocated the love of his students.
- The old man bowed, a gesture which was reciprocated by both newcomers.
- We see him through Tatiana's eyes, reciprocating her love.
- It was all his fault; Will had picked up on his feelings and assumed he was expected to reciprocate them.
- In terms of character, although Robert takes the lead in seducing Francesca, his longing is reciprocated throughout.
- He also discusses the well-known phenomenon of using one's friends to find out if one's interest is reciprocated by the object of one's affection.
- Marcus reciprocated the farewell gesture by slightly nodding his head and slowly blinking his large, intelligent eyes.
- Tom loves Iola, but does not expect his feelings to be reciprocated because he recognizes that he is not of her class or world.
- This was a phenomenal break for the band and they reciprocated the gesture with an astounding and memorable performance.
- In turn, you keep a closed loop by reciprocating the favor to the other website by extending the same courtesy of a back link.
- The occupants in the front row - musicians and important invitees - appeared to be a privileged lot, reciprocating the greetings of visitors who passed by.
- I look forward to seeing the president reciprocating the gesture.
- Eduardo loves his son and that love is very clearly reciprocated.
- They make us believe that they reciprocate our loyalty and friendship.
- The daughter, who has inherited her mother's sensibilities as well as her appearance, reciprocates Pierre's love for her.
- Her affection was reciprocated without hesitation.
- In March 1999, Russia unilaterally cut customs duties on some Bulgarian imports and has been expecting Bulgaria to reciprocate.
- They also described reciprocated friendships more positively than unreciprocated ones.
- Yes, I do contact the other mother by phone just to say ‘hello,’ but she never reciprocates the gesture.
- Trent reciprocated her embrace, lacing his arms around her waist and lifting her up against him.
- They expected the generosity to be reciprocated.
- When ministers start judging the public by what they do with their spare time, the interest is often reciprocated.
- He flatters, massages their egos, tells them that they are statesmen, hints at his own ability to further their careers, provided the gesture is reciprocated.
- The feeling was not reciprocated and Nicole felt like crying when she realized it.
- Because she then realized that her husband was madly in love with another woman, and that his love was reciprocated.
- This first grandchild was to be her enduring favourite, and the devotion was reciprocated.
- When the love isn't reciprocated, the man has a breakdown of sorts and sells pictures of her smoking heroin to a newspaper, and there's a bit of a fight that we don't see.
- Filipinos avoid people who do not reciprocate a favour.
- I had one relationship with a girl who truly loved me, but I was unable to reciprocate her love.
- If romantic interest is reciprocated, young men and young women will visit surreptitiously at night under the cover of darkness.
- What I did was to reciprocate the gesture he made to me.
- It was a pointed gesture from the Africans, and the question now is; are we able to reciprocate their welcoming gestures and acknowledge their willingness to work with us?
- Will those who claim to represent the Hindu populace reciprocate the gesture?
- Learn to respect and reciprocate small gestures of concern, kindness, compassion and humanity.
- She reciprocated his embrace, crying silently.
- I do not thrive on reviews but I do appreciate them and quite often reciprocate the favor.
- He reciprocated the embrace, rocking her gently as he pressed kisses into her hair.
1(respond)corresponderreciprocar Latin America
2reciprocating present participle(engine) alternativo
- This removable component not only provides full-length rails on which the slide reciprocates, but also contains the trigger mechanism, safety and sear.
- The pruning machines were simply reciprocating cutters or flails mounted on a tractor.
- Unlike a piston engine, where reciprocating parts move up and down, the twin rotors in the Mazda just spin around.
- A steam locomotive, for example, is a machine that converts the reciprocating motion of a piston into the rotation of its driving wheels.
- Lighter reciprocating and rotating parts were used and counterbalancing improved.
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