In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(note, object, action)I'll write a reminder on my notepad — pondré una nota en el bloc para acordarme / no olvidarme
- a painful reminder — un triste recordatorio
- the monument serves as a constant reminder of all those who died — el monumento nos recuerda constantemente a aquellos que murieron
- reminders of the occupation — vestigios que recuerdan la ocupación
- could you give him a gentle reminder? — ¿podrías recordárselo discretamente?
2(requesting payment)recordatorio de pago masculinea final reminder — un último recordatorio de pago
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