In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(need) necesitar(dedication/patience) (call for) requerir(patience/dedication) (call for) exigiryou can withdraw cash (as and) when required — puede retirar dinero según lo necesite / según le sea necesario
- how many copies do you require? — ¿cuántos ejemplares necesita / precisa?
- all I require now is your signature — todo lo que hace falta ahora es que usted firme
- this work requires great concentration — este trabajo requiere / exige mucha concentración
- your presence is required at reception — se le requiere en recepción
- add salt as required — salar a gusto
- we can supply the screws if required — podemos suministrar los tornillos si usted así lo desea
- Countess Kifune requires an operation but refuses the anesthetic, fearing it will cause her to reveal a secret.
- The account book is a complex manuscript, requiring considerable deciphering, researching and annotating - and regrets that it had previously been inaccessible are now dispelled by this excellent publication.
- For instance, he asserts that private industry by itself will not make the necessary investment required to improve its security.
- There is a field, namely, the handling of the apparatus of government, in which bureaucratic methods are required by necessity.
- A periodic review of the cooperative along with established policies and rules requiring operation on a cooperative basis are essential.
- It requires research, contacts, and a whole lot of cash
- It's a record that requires patient investigation so will be richly rewarding for some but hard work for others.
- What happens is that the composition process is therefore a longer process that requires a greater involvement from the composer.
- Boiler-room operations once required a basement full of telephones and people.
- Performances colored in green are free of charge, and performances colored in dark green are free but require tickets.
- Anticipating or even keeping up with such changes requires a significant research effort.
- Selecting the right energy stock or mutual fund requires research, but many folks choose these investments like they choose a corner gas station.
- Devising your plan requires detailed research, analysis, self-assessment and a realistic outlook.
- Does the cooperative have danger points in its operations that require special monitoring and attention?
- Teenagers are not overwhelmed by the recent increase in the number of soldiers who have been wounded or killed, since they believe that this war is necessary and requires their contribution.
- There's an awful lot of research that's required still in order to optimise the process.
- Likewise, tractors certainly require fuel for their operation.
- Most importantly, it will require market research firms to develop a new vocabulary and new sensibility.
- These structures are sanitary and odor free but require no water for operation.
- However, such a relationship requires patient treatment: the young can be bored, the oldsters embarrassed.
- The strategy requires extensive research into a company's fundamentals.
- Lawlor and his colleagues are regularly faced with patients who require operations to correct the operations they have already had.
- Less than a year ago my research would have required a laborious and tedious consultation of the multiple microfilm editions of Knox's works owned by my library.
- The identification and delineation of an emerging research frontier requires both adequate exposure and strong advocacy.
- Trading online profitably still requires research to arrive at stock picks, and the internet is an excellent resource to offer this.
- Each year, Christie's offers its very top pieces in a night auction which, to ensure its exclusivity, requires a ticket for entrance.
- However, more research is required before conclusions can be drawn about possible differences in costs between England and the Continent.
- This conclusion, the questioning of which is the purpose of this paper, requires some elaboration.
- Excavation of a temporary surface may have been required for some purpose or combination of purposes.
- The machine operation requires an air compressor with a minimum of 120 psi.
- Finding the right spot for your ad in this cyber-playground requires some research, though.
- As I cautioned above, I only regard the above as tentative proposals, requiring much more research before they could be taken as proved.
- In reality, IT is an integral part of business operations that requires planning, intelligent execution and maintenance.
- I have known patients require stitches and even surgery for injuries inflicted.
- Avoiding unnecessary surgery requires a proactive patient willing to challenge opinions and research options.
- The show may sound like one for the tourists, but passports are not required to get a ticket at the Olympia box office.
- He argues that openness in public life is necessary because meaningful participation in the democratic process requires informed participants.
- Maintaining clarity of thought and affirmation of purpose required constant effort.
- That is, purposeful inquiry requires some prior interest in the topic under scrutiny.
- At the same time, his research method requires a radically new view of identity and social forces.
1.2(demand)to require sb/sth to + inf — requerir que algn/algo + subj
- applicants are required to have experience — se requiere que los candidatos tengan experiencia
- to require that
- the law requires that you wear a helmet — la ley le obliga a llevar / exige que lleve casco
- to require sth of sb
- all that is required of you is that you observe the rules — todo lo que se te exige es que cumplas con el reglamento
- I shall do all that is required of me — haré todo lo que me corresponda
- White Lodge students were not required to attend the first audition, but went straight to the finals.
- The Competition Authority has welcomed the government's decision to require lawyers to submit tenders for work in future tribunals of inquiry.
- Her students are required to attend two group classes per semester and participate in a semester recital.
- This has featured disputes over when he was required to attend, the amount of notice he requires and his attitude towards the way the inquiry conducts its business.
- More often, though, insurers impede care by requiring doctors to get authorization for all tests and procedures or by threatening to drop doctors whose costs they deem excessive.
- All team members were required to attend and participate in data collection on day 21 and 49 of each study.
- From a safety perspective, the plant has monthly compliance safety training programs that all employees are required to attend.
- To bridge the gap, scholarly publishers often require authors to raise subsidies from the institutions where they work, and this opens the way for decisions based on patronage.
- Taiwan's president, at the insistence of China, has been barred from attending the APEC leaders' summit since 1993, requiring Taiwan's president to send a proxy to each subsequent meeting.
- McGrath carefully charts her increasing sympathy for the people she is required to spy on, and her growing belief that it is the big corporations that demand penetration.
- The instrument requires the user to ask a basic question: What is the function/purpose of this scene for the telling of the story?
- To become a club member a person is required to apply and pay for membership.
- Find out if the company of your dreams requires dancers to attend its school for a year or two before being offered a position.
- Hamutenya said Ramatex's demands for cotton will require Namibian farmers to increase the growing of cotton.
- Instructors may require all students to participate in the project as all or part of the course grade.
- If you are accepted as a member, you are required to attend an orientation.
- Junior officers in the British army require their commanding officer's permission to marry or they are obliged to resign their commission.
- We were looking for a restaurant that's famous for enforcing turnover by requiring patrons to order two pieces every three minutes.
- In any case, upon confirmation, you are required to ship this order on the next business day, even if you think the buyer is foolish.
- This is because, if the settlor can revoke the terms of the trust, a creditor can simply obtain a court order requiring him to do so.
2required past participle
2.1(dose/amount) necesariowithin the required limits — dentro de los límites establecidos / fijados
- cut the required number of squares — corte el número de cuadrados que haga falta / que sea necesario
- Lucrative television rights were up for grabs and clubs had spent millions on ground improvements required by law after the Hillsborough disaster in 1989.
- However, most loans contain provisions requiring compliance with laws which will allow the lender to declare an event of default and demand repayment if it learns that the borrower is breaching environmental statutes.
- My insurance required a second opinion, so we drove to San Francisco, where they also did the surgery.
- Through a new state law requiring financial disclosure from all prisoners, Illinois hopes to collect 50% to 75% more.
- In Switzerland and the Netherlands, insurers are required by law to provide a 4% minimum annual return.
- Ohio's Secretary of State has sent each group at least three letters demanding annual reports required by law.
- Make sure the individual is licensed to sell insurance, which is required in all states.
- New Jersey law requires that insurance companies take all comers, even those with the worst driving records.
- It's also worth getting hold of a ‘green card’, which amounts to evidence that you have the minimum insurance required by the country your visiting.
- A separate insurance plan is required to provide hospital cover.
- Through laws requiring development to meet housing needs or through other means, we will, when required, intervene to ensure a fair market.
- It created medical privacy laws that require health care providers to be careful how they release protected health care information.
- In 1995, the Supreme Court struck down a federal law requiring states to maintain gun-free zones around schools, ruling that the statute had nothing to do with interstate commerce.
- Retail giant Wal-Mart has been dragged into the vote on whether California law should require firms with more than 20 employers to provide health insurance to its staff.
- However, some compulsory purchases will be required for the interchange upgrades.
- Last year, the state legislature passed a law requiring small businesses to file their taxes electronically if they owed $2,500 or more a month.
- When the uninsured get sick, they go to emergency rooms, where hospitals are required by federal law to treat them, regardless of their ability to pay.
- There is an obvious incentive to report such crimes, because most insurance policies require such offences to be reported before compensation is paid.
- In the United States, 44 of the 50 states require insurance contracts to be written in plain English.
- The Brazilian government passed its series of laws requiring processors to begin to adopt HACCP for fishery products in 1993.
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