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(in a country)residencia feminineto take up residence — fijar su (or mi etc.) residencia
- before noun residence permit — permiso de residencia
- A UK resident can rely on main residence relief to avoid capital gains tax.
- They will be eligible to permanent residence after living five years in South Korea.
- Members pay a yearly fee on a sliding scale, depending on age, occupation, and residence.
- He cannot be required to show a driver's license or any other evidence of his identity or residence.
- The issue of loss of residence was balanced by the fact that they would create at least 15 jobs through the venture.
- Because of their status they were allowed to apply for Irish citizenship after three-year residence.
- The couple established residence in a grand home with a view of the harbor.
- I don't know if this is just specific to my little area of residence or if it's celebrated the world over.
- Domicile combines the fact of residence with the intention of not moving in future.
- As mentioned, the parties filed an agreed statement of facts as to the children's residence and expenses.
- Now, that depended on a finding of fact about his nationality or a finding of fact about a right to residence in another country.
- Just the week before another boy just like these two, another war orphan, was granted permanent residence.
- Like others in the building he was not a recent arrival in France - most of the inhabitants had residence permits and jobs.
- Nevertheless, residence is something which has to be established on the facts of a particular case.
- That would be inconsistent with his second point that habitual residence is a question of fact.
1.2formal (in building)residencia feminineto take up residence — instalarse
- the Queen is in residence at the Palace — la Reina está en palacio
- the artist/doctor in residence — el artista/médico residente
- Large, permanent residences were built using durable white oak wall posts.
- Last Tuesday, the railway station was broken into and there were attempted burglaries at two private residences in the area.
- The most unusual touches, though, are decorative finials on the roofs of private residences.
- For private residences the tax relief is at the standard rate of tax.
- By 1941 he had built at least 37 buildings as well as numerous private residences.
- It was his private residence and he reportedly put it up for sale when he left in 1861.
- Your principal private residence does not attract any capital gains tax and could provide useful cash.
- Residence in Canadian cities is generally private rather than communal, dominated by private homes or residences.
- Originally built as an artillery fort in the 1530s, it was converted to a private residence in the 1880s.
- The building itself was built in 1607 as a private residence, but it was in use as an inn by 1775.
- However, he and his wife built two of the grandest private residences in the country.
- There's an imposing sandstone detached residence, in an exclusive cul-de-sac, with an extensive refurbishment completed.
- A four-bedroom semi-detached residence in a quiet area is all someone with a family will be looking for.
- They are there in case one day someone again wants to live in the house as a private residence and restore it to its original condition.
- The four-bedroom detached residence was guided at £1.7 million.
- The single storey residence covers 232 square metres and is in excellent decorative order throughout.
- Number 31 is a three-bedroom Victorian residence situated in a quiet tree lined street of terraced houses.
- As well as being defensible strongholds and elite private residences, most castles were also the hubs of estates.
- "This is a superb country residence which has real character.
- The residence on three acres was bought by a couple from Dublin.
1.3residence hall (US),hall of residence (British) — residencia universitaria / de estudiantes feminine
2(home)residencia femininehis official/London residence — su residencia oficial/de Londres
- this attractive Victorian residence is situated … — esta encantadora residencia de época victoriana está situada …
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