In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(rights) reclamar(rights) reivindicarwe intend to reclaim our freedom — pretendemos reclamar / reivindicar nuestra libertad
- I filled in a form to reclaim tax — llené un formulario para que me devolvieran parte de los impuestos
- to reclaim one's luggage — (at left luggage) (pasar a) retirar el equipaje
- items lost can be reclaimed at … — para reclamar objetos perdidos dirigirse a …
- Forging a reputation as a research scientist is hard enough; reclaiming a lost reputation is even harder.
- She said something about moving to Arcadia Springs to reclaim what was hers.
- It will take improvement of massive proportions if they are to reclaim the title they last won in 1993.
- For some galleries, reclaiming their lost business is impossible.
- Then my husband goes and beats my high score and every competitive bone in my body ignites with a kind of ferocious need to reclaim my lost advantage.
- We were taught that our lives must be devoted to reclaiming our land.
- What is more, in view of lengthy procedures and high costs, very few people will choose to litigate to reclaim lost property.
- They must take the lead in civilising our streets and reclaiming them for local communities.
- Already, we've heard reports that Kurds have begun driving Arabs out of villages around Kirkuk, reclaiming their old lands.
- I spoke up now, before Jason could do it, reclaiming some of my lost authority.
- On Sunday, the Canadian men's Olympic hockey team finally reclaimed their gold medal.
- Partners often have their own successful careers that cannot be replicated abroad or positions that cannot be reclaimed on their return.
- In 1991, Noah captained France to the Davis Cup title, reclaiming the trophy after 59 years.
- Gomez insists reclaiming his title is only a stepping stone to bigger things.
- Anything other than a home win is unthinkable if United are to stand a chance of reclaiming their title.
- Many recollected their efforts to reclaim the lands in the 1980s.
- He has backed the invasions, saying the squatters are simply reclaiming land stolen by colonialists.
- Her novels feature plots in which peasants reclaim Irish land.
- The delegation found the prince but he did not want to return and reclaim the throne.
- She reclaimed her title of countess and turned the decaying ancestral family seat into a house for homeless children at Wilsickow north of Berlin.
2(recover)recuperarbuilt on reclaimed land — construido en terreno ganado al mar
- Candid about her own journey to reclaim God's woman within, she makes readers feel she walks with them as they journey toward inner peace and joy.
- Even in the most affectionate representations, he must be reformed and reclaimed by society and domesticity by play's end.
- Armed with this knowledge, Christians can go out to reclaim the lost.
- He is still heavily involved in Mahi Tahi, a Trust working to reclaim Maori prisoners by linking them to their racial traditions.
1recogida de equipaje feminine
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