In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(way)camino masculineruta femininefeminine rutamasculine recorridothat's not my normal route — ese no es el camino que suelo tomar
- air/sea route — ruta aérea/marítima
- it's near the number fourteen bus route — está cerca de la ruta / del recorrido del 14
- if you want to go that route — si quieres hacerlo de esa manera
- Other services let drivers view traffic cams to find the best route to any destination - and receive voice prompts to direct them at intersections.
- From here, the entrance route is via a semi-enclosed courtyard with a concrete retaining wall.
- Wagner had fled from Dresden just a few weeks before Hugo had left Stuttgart, and both had taken the route to Paris via Switzerland.
- The carriage awaited him, and as soon as he was aboard, he continued his route to his destination of the estate.
- Manrique pushed initiatives to safeguard the island's natural and cultural heritage while at the same time mapping out a scenic route for touring the island.
- They both take alternate routes to reach their destination.
- When Douglass makes his first escape attempt, he plans a route on the Chesapeake Bay.
- I hoped fervently that we would be taking a different route on the way out.
- They proposed opening trade routes, which of course would lead to closer relations between the estranged societies.
- The updated system will allow any product to find the most efficient route to its destination, cutting lead times by 14 days.
- In many ways, the choice is akin to taking two different routes to the same destination.
- The couple have the option of heading back to Derry along the A2 or taking a longer, more scenic route via Dungiven.
- Her friend tried to lead the way, but there were more officers along the street who kept blocking escape routes, so their course was disrupted.
- She followed her in stages - waiting further along the escape route each night - all the way back to her refuge in the park.
- The idea assumes that most people, most of the time, will take the simplest route to their destination.
- Emi's limo was currently taking the scenic route, with its eventual destination as the Ishiyama mansion.
- The girls were walking back via the scenic route, which led past the old makeshift campsite.
- They are looking for scenic routes with comfortable overnight accommodation.
- Shipping of rice to the north was hindered by privateering in shipping routes to those destinations.
- Every now and then, the scenic route would change.
2US(highway)carretera feminineruta feminine River Plate
- Container integrity is the reasonable assurance that the contents shipped - via overseas and truck routes - are those that were ordered.
- The 7.8 acre site on the Kinsale Road in Cork is close to the Kinsale roundabout giving access to the South Ring Road, Lee Tunnel and main arterial routes.
- Buses on dedicated routes can regularly travel at 35 miles per hour and adhere far more closely to schedules.
- New railway routes had enabled suburbs to spread far beyond the gold-rush city, so that, by 1891, Melbourne encompassed twice the area of Sydney.
- The following year the Government launched a public consultation process for a route from Tallaght to Dundrum via the city centre.
- Some of the worst black spots occur on train routes or main arterial roads around the country.
- Campaigns tended to be fought along railway routes, which sometimes made the armoured train decisive.
- Ryanair now operates dozens of new routes to destinations all over Europe, but out of Stansted, in London.
- The site is close to the route planned for the extension of the M50, as well as Stackstown golf course and Marlay Park.
- Such information can then let them target ads for specific markets to specific bus lines or train routes.
- The accident happened at 9.30 pm on route 95 as a result of a previous accident.
- One of the locations may not contain necessary connectors such as ferry routes or main roads.
- Brave campaigners occupy beautiful wildlife sites along imminent road routes, tunnelling deep before the bulldozers move in.
- Other hot spots include Williamstown, Grantstown and Ballygunner, which follow the route of the Waterford ring road.
- Bridges and tunnels are being built to link cities and towns to the railway route.
- Founded in 1924, the airline flew on routes between London and destinations in continental Europe until 1927.
- The car proved very enjoyable to drive on the twisty roads of the test route behind Barcelona.
- This corridor would connect Sligo, Galway, Limerick and Cork and open up rail services to towns along the now largely abandoned railway route.
- The route will shorten travel time between Hong Kong and New York from 33 days to 26 days.
- A number of avenues could be explored to resolve the problem of vehicles striking low railway bridges in areas outside the main motorway routes.
3US(delivery round)recorrido masculineshe does a newspaper route — hace un reparto de periódicos
- Rolling-store operators normally traveled set routes on each day of the week.
- Chandler saved his pennies and began buying those routes, one by one, until 1886 when he owned virtually all the paper delivery routes in the city, including those of his employer's rivals.
- Another key to increasing same-store sales is adding wholesale business by upping the number of grocery stores and other outlets on delivery routes.
- The committee distributed weekly questionnaires on African American history, delivering them on routes primarily in black neighborhoods.
- For example, we make sure all of the drivers on our routes deliver milk the same way.
- The Texas company pioneered the use of wireless communications on delivery routes.
- Products are distributed in traditional ways on company routes as well as through chain warehouses and distribution centers.
- The benchmark run was the actual milk collection and delivery routes used by the cooperative.
- Data such as the weekly or daily sales figures from individual delivery routes across the country couldn't be accessed.
- They couldn't identify or eliminate unprofitable routes or product lines immediately.
4Medicinevia the oral/anal route — por vía oral/anal
- If the bank is not going to dip into 2002 profits to deal with the problem, then shareholders need to know what other routes it might take to deal with it.
- These departments could follow the same route and describe their way of working in similar, proven ways.
- They enable more people to invest in property, but in a much more flexible manner than the traditional route of becoming a landlord.
- How H pylori is usually acquired and its route of transmission are unknown.
- A fixed canon does not solve problems, nor provide a healthy route for progress.
- I applied for Child Tax Credit months ago via the Internet route.
- This process involves examining the options available to achieve the agreed objectives and finding the strategic route forward.
- If we can simply preserve as much of that wealth as we can, and use it as efficiently as possible, then we are a long way down the route to financial independence.
- Two different routes have been followed by liberal institutionalists in their attempt to explain the emergence of regimes.
- Sports is producing more and more superstars as it becomes a route to riches.
- As we continue to gain technical understanding of the routes of exposure, we gain practical understanding of steps that will reduce risk.
- In a global market, consolidation has become a survival strategy, not a route for risk-taking.
- Physicians should choose the route of administration based on each patient's financial situation and the risk of noncompliance.
- I'm not someone who believes that working long hours is the route to riches.
- Going the blazing guns route almost always resulted in extreme failure for me.
- Significant rates of debt reduction by way of the bankruptcy route have consequences that can only be called catastrophic.
- Both recognized that in the second half of the twentieth century the best way to succeed in theatre was via the nonprofit route.
- For many other immigrants, the route to economic stability was in self-sufficiency.
- When confronted with a risk, an entrepreneur weighs the costs and benefits, decides which route makes sense, and takes action.
- I've always believed that decency and honesty are the best routes to success.
1enviarthe supplies were routed through France — enviaron las provisiones a través de Francia
- the plane was routed through Frankfurt to avoid the fog — desviaron el avión a Francfort debido a la niebla
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