In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1recurrenteit's a recurrent theme in his work — es un tema recurrente / que se repite en su obra
- Moreover, their posting to Britain was normally only one step in a career that will have taken them to many parts of the empire, including recurrent periods in the imperial capital or with the emperor.
- Severe social and economic problems caused recurrent unrest and frequent changes of government.
- As a child I had a recurrent dream about being swallowed by a snake.
- It's been much more common to see history as cyclical or recurrent.
- The regularity of spring rains is being replaced by recurrent three- and four-year droughts.
- To this day, I still have recurrent dreams of the Corryvreckan, in which I find myself descending a watery spiral staircase to hell.
- Its not a recurrent dream but I think it has some significance.
- The disorder is thus characterised by involuntary, persistent remembering or reliving the traumatic event in flashbacks, vivid memories, and recurrent dreams.
- In a recurrent dream, repeated hundreds of times, she saw herself walking on a narrow bridge toward the Golden City.
- Well I suppose a lot of people have a recurrent dream.
- The royal dynasty he founded proved remarkably durable, surviving recurrent periods of minority rule in the 15th and 16th cents.
- She has a remarkable likeness to an unknown figure who appears in his recurrent dreams, a fact that Paul takes as some sort of omen.
- The recurrent problems continue unchecked under his stewardship, and he has not taken the lead in response to other disasters that befall the city.
- Patterns are recurrent, regular attributes of world phenomena or abstract examples.
- The onset is often sudden, random and frequently recurrent.
- I think you should try some kind interpretation of the recurrent images in your dreams (psychoanalysis, tarot, etc).
- I croaked, woken from my recurrent dream of loading reams of information onto the computer, by a banshee wail that went on and on, somewhere in the very near vicinity.
- She has a recurrent character in her dream - a man with smoldering eyes who sees through her soul - that makes her wake happy.
- He refers to her suffering from frequent and recurrent nightmares precipitated by abuse.
- A few million local men had just been awakened from their recurrent football dream and you could hear it.
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.