In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(between people)relación feminineto have a good relationship with sb — llevarse bien con algn
- we have a good working relationship — trabajamos bien juntos
- It recognises the role of family and other relationships in influencing trends towards recovery or relapse.
- Partly this derives from the inequality of the relationship between doctors and patients.
- The relationship between a bank and its correspondents is often one of agency.
- Such a duty did not depend on a contractual relationship between the person causing and the person suffering the damage.
- Once it was concerned with human relationships - either with each other or their environment.
- The most natural relationship between two people is the relationship between man and woman.
- It represents a process that is actively destructive of people's views of themselves, and their relationships with each other.
- Why then is the relationship between doctors and managers often strained and currently perceived to be at a low ebb?
- In other words privity of estate arises when there is a relationship of landlord and tenant between the parties.
- Do you think that makes a difference to the relationship between the officers and the inmates?
- It should be to teach children something about the world and help foster their relationships with each other.
- Does this create an adversarial relationship between the two of you and your respective staffs?
- Classroom teaching involves a personal relationship between teacher and pupil.
- Finally, the scheme skews the relationship between citizen and state.
- There is a degree of murkiness around the relationship between the murderer and the murdered person.
- Every poem in it was in some way or form connected to the relationship between the two of them.
- The relationship between South African rugby and its rugby journalists is a bittersweet one.
- The partial identity of aims required a new definition of the relationship between the armed forces and the state.
- Contracts are recommended as the basis for the relationship between growers and marketers.
- The usual distinction does not apply when the relationship between the parties obliges them to look after the patient.
- The relationship between these different forms of equality is rather complex.
- The standard contract so far only specifies the business relationship between contractors and agencies.
- What Peel created that evening changed the relationship between the citizen and the state in Britain.
- There was an intimate relationship between the virtues of a society and the virtues of the people in it.
- It seeks to examine the relationship between public and private as explored in contemporary art.
- Stylistic differences between the tiles make it hard to imagine the relationship between them when laid in a floor.
- There is also a considerable literature on the relationship between mergers and managerial efficiency.
- Or is the relationship between women and food a valid area for thought and debate?
- Our aim was to study the chronological relationship between different tomb types in the region.
- Science will be benefited as long as there is a healthy relationship between science and technology.
- The relationship between trade and settlement was also different in various parts of the early empire.
- The intimate relationship between oral, literate, and indeed visual culture is worth recalling.
- Each of these two definitions seems to imply a relationship between slightly different concepts.
- The relationship between these spaces is achieved through their visual connection.
- On the contrary, the relationship between signifier and signified is arbitrary.
- So there's a huge relationship between Contemporary and Modern Art and Folk Art
- So there are some awkward questions here about the relationship between units and interaction capacity.
- Musical form also consists of the relationship between different patterns of sound.
- In the shrinking modern world, the relationship between sport and war seems to be getting closer.
- The prohibition stands whether the relationship is legitimate, natural or by marriage.
- Family relationships and attitudes towards class and gender are understood in greater detail.
- The visiting relationship is the most common form of conjugal union for poor Forro or Tonga females.
- The blood relationship allows these women certain leeway and influence that a wife does not have.
- The legal relationship between two people should be protected by the state.
- In healthy relationships, people respect each other for who they are.
- Your present relationship or marriage is strengthened through love and understanding.
- It can be especially useful for couples and adults and often leads towards happier relationships.
- Marriage and the nuclear family have become the most common relationships in the middle economic strata.
- The DNA allows the sex to be identified, and familial relationships to be traced.
- I think that's a common way of looking at relationships because marriage is a form of contractual ownership.
- The Korean concept of family, on the other hand, is strictly based on a blood relationship.
- The two of them have a beautiful relationship and they both love each other very dearly.
- I would love to see more articles on maintaining marriages and relationships.
- Nothing has affected our relationships with each other - we face the same problems.
- The only thing parents have in common is our curious relationship with our own children.
- Even heterosexuals are showing greater skepticism about relationships and marriage.
- Such behaviour makes the confidential relationship of marriage impossible.
- In such a case the right is still one that arises out of the marriage relationship.
- Then they also had the relationship between him and his own father, which is not so great.
2(between things, events)relación femininea causal relationship — una relación causa-efecto
3(kinship)parentesco masculinerelationship to sb — parentesco con algn
- she claimed relationship with the Queen — decía estar emparentada con la reina
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