In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1to be reducible to sth — ser reductible / reducible a algo
- How the public engages with ideas is not reducible to the latest trends in technology, but is likely to be influenced by wider cultural and social dynamics.
- But engagement in a wider social sense is not reducible to individual activism.
- The private military industry has an image problem reducible to a single, rather dirty word: mercenary.
- But at the same time, these issues are not reducible to the anti-capitalist struggle.
- There is no point in speculating about place apart from its representations; yet, place is also not simply reducible to concepts.
- Ethics, one might say, enshrines the principle that subjectivity is not reducible to objective analysis.
- The game is not reducible to the subjectivity of the players; it has an identity over and above them and is intended as such.
- Second, unlike the Left, green politics are not based on class and their analyses are not reducible to class.
- All DIY projects should be reducible to an A4 sized flowchart detailing a handful of easy steps, available by calling a 1900 number after the show.
- There are no spectacular displays of brutality here, and the workings of force show themselves not to be reducible to physical violence alone.
- Gothic seems reducible to steep roofs and a ‘multiplicity’ of gables.
- Perhaps sports are reducible to co-ordination and spacial perception.
- Is all learning alike, reducible to a common set of principles?
- Religion is not reducible to morals but they are the sign of its authenticity.
- Roisin has a glamour which includes sexual attractiveness but it is not reducible to it.
- Nor is it reducible to facile claims of appeasements.
- That said, both films are not reducible to fables about victimhood.
- The internal stance reflects the fact that when people marry they become part of an entity that is not reducible to or identical with its individual components.
- As conservatives generally do, I see the world as infinitely complex and as not reducible to any simple rule.
- But what about the suggestion that event causation is instead reducible to, or analysable in terms of, agent causation?
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.