In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in country)residente masculine
2(inhabitant)masculine vecinofeminine vecinamasculine residentemasculine vecinofeminine vecinamasculine huéspedfeminine residentemasculine internofeminine interna
- The majority of the permanent residents are retired ‘incomers’ devoted to growing their own vegetables and etching.
- Although he used to fraternize with other hotel residents, a series of bad experiences ultimately made him distrustful of the people nearby.
- Errors were committed by physicians, residents, RNs, and charge nurses.
- A group of medical residents were asked to identify which of their patients had inadequate health literacy.
- It is indeed crucial to assess the residents ' knowledge of medical literature.
- One study puts obstetrics at the bottom of specialty preferences among medical school residents.
- The residents and guests of the Grand Hotel live their lives in comfort and splendor, spending their days in the bar or on the dance floor.
- Only four of the 10 houses on the street are now owned by long-term residents.
- Three weeks after opening, residents complained of foul odors.
- Mr Thomas said the hotel did not keep a guest book for residents to sign.
- Unless you were a hotel resident, it was more or less impossible to drink legally outside the home after 10 o'clock at night.
- But in many small hotels these facilities are often used primarily by hotel residents, with restricted meal times and fixed meal charges.
- She also remembered him showing guns to residents in the hotel lounge, saying he was with the SAS.
- The developer met with residents at a meeting organised by the development committee.
- Nor will residents and students be able to tell which librarians are from the college and which ones are city employees.
- The majority of the city's residents have lived here for generations.
- For stations involving physicians, fourth-year medical students or physician residents were used.
- Pathology residents and medical students would also find excellent references in this textbook.
- Worried residents also fear the mast could devalue their homes and put their health at risk.
- Many of the island's residents attended the event, as did hundreds of visitors from the mainland.
- Increasingly, residents feel afraid to walk the streets at night.
- Hundreds of thousands of tourists and residents have moved from hotels into shelters.
- This renders the text particularly well-suited for medical students and pathology residents.
- There are many older residents in the vicinity, many of whom are disabled.
- A neighbour helped residents from the guest houses to escape through windows after seeing flames billowing from the house.
- The company was receptive to the idea when representatives met residents on the estate.
- The elderly nursing home residents were screened as they were selected to participate in the study.
- However, if residents on the estate wanted to recycle cardboard a small fee might be levied.
- Fortunately, most of the residents were at the Guest Dinner being held in hall, leaving the building almost empty.
- Campaigners and neighbouring residents fear the 1840 landmark will be sold for housing development.
- Arriving at schools, the teams were met by pupils, teachers and residents with a songs, drama and demonstrations of reading skills.
- This could be due to the fact that dormitory residents tend to interact more with each other than do off campus students who may spend less time on campus.
- Car parking is available for all hotel residents.
- The hospital can acquire land owned by residents in the vicinity if it really needs parking space.
- Outside you'll find a private garden, just for hotel residents, where flowers fill the generous space with colour and delicate fragrance and a fishpond ripples softly in the quiet.
- He urged residents concerned about the late-night licence application to go to court next Tuesday.
- Florida ranks 45th in the nation in number of medical residents, or physicians in training.
- I was a medical resident until recently, so I guess I've not had enough sleep for five years.
- Fellow guests are refined hotel residents and moneyed young local movers, though we were too taken with the views to care much.
- We were soon led upstairs to the dining room which was fairly busy with both hotel residents and other diners.
- In addition, residents in all the medical and surgical disciplines received a survey.
- This Web-based program has been received with enthusiasm by our residents and medical students.
- Local residents have been angered by the Council's lack of action to keep the historic landmark.
- Already, angry residents in the area are collecting a petition to go to the council complaining about the situation.
- He also sought to reassure residents concerned about the impact on the borough's skyline.
- I run a geriatric psychiatry clinic at the university and supervise residents and medical students.
- Called upon to evict the residents of a hotel on the grounds it is a fire hazard, Fry gets caught up in a massive police operation to close down an internet porn ring.
- Ergo these figures indicate the majority of visitors to the city were the residents of the hotels and guest houses.
- Citizens or permanent residents of other countries must have a valid passport and/or a valid visitor's visa.
- Most people, including medical residents, are responsible and would not deliberately put others at risk.
- We are involved in the education of residents, medical students, and nurses.
- He currently works as a medical resident at another hospital and is waiting to hear the final outcome for this case.
- The Oxford group consisted of two consultants, two fellows, three residents, and ten medical students.
- Even though the patient was not on the family practice service, the resident accompanied him to the intensive care unit while a staff member contacted his private physician.
- Nearby residents complained about the smoke and burnt paper that was blown onto their property.
- Most events are open only to residents of the summer school.
- Maybe some alumni and other former residents will enjoy checking in here to reminisce about good old Madison.
- Worse, medical residents are often expected to make life and death decisions while working 36 hours straight.
- It was written by a childhood resident of the Residential School and gave the first details of appalling abuse children there suffered at the hands of some workers many years before.
3USMedicinemédico interno masculinemédica interna feminine
1(in country)to be resident — ser residente
- the country in which you are ordinarily resident — el país del que es residente habitual
2(living on premises)(chaplain/physician) residenteJulie is our resident comedian — Julie es la cómica de la casa (or de la familia etc.)
- To gain permanent residency, the temporary resident farm-worker would need to fulfill a prospective agricultural-work requirement.
- Support restricted and applied on only one farm per resident farmer would, of course, arrest this and is surely no more than any equitable society would expect.
- The Tangier traveller clearly felt at home in Tagedda, which had its own quarter of resident merchants from North Africa and a circle of literate scholars.
- At this time, the house was modified to accommodate a resident farmer and his family.
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