In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(period) de recuperación(rest/effect) recuperativo
- It is beneficial for the patient's family members to be present for discharge instructions to help with the patient's continued recuperative needs.
- It seemed I didn't have their recuperative powers.
- The health and social care centre will provide 42 intermediate, recuperative care beds and 60 nursing and residential care beds.
- Well, one could argue, there is something rather special, not to say recuperative, about an experience that is completely different from what you are used to.
- His mother used to make it for him and he knows all about its recuperative powers.
- Tea was recuperative, it made things better, or it celebrated uneventfulness, emphasising that nothing was wrong.
- Thankfully the blackbird of her depression began to lift yesterday when we passed a quiet and for the most part recuperative Sunday.
- He underwent surgery for a career-threatening torn labrum after the 1995 season and has come back better than ever, a tribute to his recuperative powers and his work ethic.
- The one-on-one guided retreats have a two-year waiting list, but individual midweek recuperative breaks are also on offer.
- The reopening of a recuperative care centre in Dartford has been welcomed by Darent Valley Hospital.
- It's astonishing to witness the recuperative powers of the human body and soul.
- Telling her management team to cope, she took her son on a recuperative cruise in the Caribbean.
- His recuperative powers are almost otherworldly and his threshold for pain legendary.
- Trips to see his family tend to have a recuperative effect.
- The group includes some of the ten Austrian boys and girls who were then staying locally on a recuperative holiday.
- The best way to take advantage of sleep's recuperative powers is by napping.
- A rap on my door startled me from an attempt at some recuperative sleep.
- He has been commissioned to write about the illness and the recuperative process.
- These surgeries involved long hospital stays, large scars, increased morbidity, and long recuperative periods for patients.
- After a false start, a carafe or two of water and a little recuperative snooze, Eva and I finally spoke the international language of love.
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