In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(recover)(object/data) recuperara dog trained to retrieve game — un perro entrenado para cobrar la caza
- (in tennis) she just managed to retrieve the ball — apenas si logró devolver la pelota
- Magellan said he'd take whatever she had in the kitchen, so Ava went in and prepared him a sandwich, poured a beer and retrieved one of their rare oranges.
- He had to retrieve his friend, and bring him back to Bruth and every one else who cared about him.
- Leaving Martin in the hallway, I retrieved my book-bag from the Photography classroom and headed for the Chemistry lab.
- If alive we are to amount a rescue party to retrieve them.
- It's imperative that the stored data can be retrieved if an audit takes place.
- When returning to these Web sites, the browser looks for the cookies stored on the computer and retrieves the information to save time.
- The last thing I got was my staff that was retrieved from outside of town for me, and when I had my bag slung over my shoulder, I turned around to exit the room.
- My companions and I are on a quest to retrieve the artifact and bring it back to the realm, at all costs.
- From there they called for a tow truck and sent it out to retrieve the car.
- While it is often a good idea to use a database for storing and retrieving information in a web application, it is not always obvious how to go about structuring the tables in that database.
- Databases excel at storing and retrieving information quickly and easily and make it possible for web developers to create sophisticated applications without getting bogged down in the details.
- The problem is not so much the technology needed to keep up with the volume of storage demands as it is the more human problem of keeping track of what is stored and retrieving just what you need in the future.
- Cache memory stores frequently accessed data close to the processor where it can be retrieved more quickly than data stored in the main memory.
- When the migrated data is requested, the software retrieves the archived data for access.
- The lab assistants will also show users how to store data and retrieve it from the public disk drive.
- To maintain data in a database, data must be retrieved and stored in a consistent, reliable, and efficient manner.
- Do you have a computer available to retrieve e-mail and implement your online marketing strategy?
- Backup is faster, as is throughput, the rate at which data is stored and retrieved.
- If you change your will without retrieving the one that was filed, the newer last will and testament will control the disposition of your estate.
- The ease with which information can be retrieved from a site ranks highly among criteria by which users rate a Web site.
- By design, everyone was forbidden from viewing, modifying or retrieving articles they had sent to the next person in the process chain.
- ‘I've gotta go,’ she told them, retrieving Jason from Mabel's arms.
- James II flung the great seal into the Thames when he fled in 1688, hoping to bring government to a standstill, but it was retrieved by a fisherman.
- That means notebook computers could immediately retrieve any images captured at checkout counters or inside stores.
- So creating point-in-time backup copies of critical data is required to be able to retrieve deleted or corrupted information.
- He returned to the beach, retrieved his and Jake's surfboards and then brought them out to where we were still in the water.
- I have sent both of them to retrieve the rightful king.
- The old man is too enfeebled to make the journey, and sends his young counterpart on the voyage to retrieve the treasure.
- I sat down in a chair in the waiting area while he went and retrieved the proper paperwork.
- There is one canister placed in the center of the map and each team must retrieve the canister and bring it back to their team's base.
- When a user retrieves free but useful information from a Web site, the Web site is said to have a Gift Model as one component of its business model since it creates value to the business actor.
- Of course the images were still there, and several people on the Internet gave the photographer the information he needed to retrieve them.
- At around 1.30 pm, the vehicle was successfully retrieved from the water.
- One of the advantages of using a Web-based approach is that email can be retrieved far more quickly than if you use a desktop-based spam filtering package.
- The database makes it easy and safe for us to store and retrieve information, and the Mason components make it easy for us to create dynamic output for the end user.
- Just click the ‘send a check’ option at the bottom of the screen and your order number will be retrieved from our database when the check is received.
- We made our way to the front door, where Nathaniel retrieved his coat and hat and called for his coachman.
- She picked up the bucket next to the well, retrieved water with sure hands this time, and continued on her way.
- He is sent to Mexico to retrieve a rare pistol, nicknamed ‘The Mexican.’
- Using a database ensures that we can store and retrieve data needed by our web application without having to create our own persistent storage layer.
2(salvage)(furniture/jewels) rescatar(jewels/furniture) salvar(situation) salvar
- Though the disaster could have been retrieved, it brought France and Spain into the conflict and placed in jeopardy Britain's command of the seas.
- Although he was reviled at the time as a shallow opportunist, it is fairer to see Brienne as a pragmatic political operator who did what he could to retrieve an increasingly impossible situation.
- On Berg's admission to hospital, there were two unsuccessful attempts to retrieve the situation surgically.
3(put right)(damage/loss) reparar
- Each dog was asked to retrieve a pheasant from the river and all of the 16 completed this task without difficulty.
- If possible, use all the types of birds the dog may retrieve in the future.
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