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(regular pattern)rutina femininethe daily routine — el día a día
- he soon settled into the office routine — pronto se adaptó a la rutina de la oficina
- as a matter of routine — como rutina
- it had become a matter of routine — se había convertido en algo rutinario / de rutina
- I followed the usual morning routine in a hazy daze; I showered, brushed my teeth, got dressed, etc.
- Anne went back to her regular routine and worked until it grew dark outside.
- There's a routine that we follow in the prison, day in day out, getting up for the bell and going to bed again when it sounds for the last time.
- Almost as routine as brushing one's teeth, checking e-mail has worked its way into the daily routine of millions.
- So the weeks passed, and my regular routines kept going, Rob just became a part of them.
- Inside and outside the house the same routine was followed as in the previous year.
- With insurers paying for even routine care, consumers lack incentives to shop for low-cost, high-value care.
- I grabbed my stuff, then we headed to his locker, a routine we followed everyday.
- They followed the same routine with other aspects of the project.
- Although many said the regular routine of their lives was perfectly amiable, all agreed that just occasionally there needed to be great rejoicing of some kind.
- Everything had shaken into place and everyone on the tour, bands and crew alike, had fixed routines to follow, which saved them from having to think too hard.
- Organizations develop routines around the use of existing technologies, giving rise to a self-reinforcing cycle of stability.
- Because they focus on adherence to routines, process management activities have the potential to affect an organization's technological innovations.
- Parasoft's own developers follow a strict routine and are required to turn in their code for testing every night by 7.
- And he also didn't follow his usual bedtime routine after his prayers.
- You got your work done then, so that when the weekends came around, there would be no routines to follow or work to be done.
- Each day, they followed a strict routine of work, ritual baths, and prayer.
- The manager must be a hands-on line manager who has gone through the firm's work routines and processes, and knows first-hand the product, market, business environment, and industry.
- In the evening after work Rebecca went about her normal routine of making supper for the children and then getting them ready for bed after television.
- He developed a nightly routine of studying a few chapters by the light of the campfire.
- But you had only to count the days to know that we were not there yet, that our regular routine would continue for another ten days or so.
1.2(repetitive activity)rutina femininethe daily routine — el día a día
2.1(of gymnast, skater, comedian)número masculinelet's go through that routine again — volvamos a ensayar ese número
- Yet it's fun to hear the boogie-woogie and swing music of the period, which inspires Astaire to some great double-time tap routines.
- It's essentially a series of vaudeville comedy routines.
- He approaches Liliya and the two begin to dance their old routine.
- You don't expect someone like that to be involved in dance routines, onstage, but he does it and pulls it off, and he's just brilliant.
- Jackie believes that fight scenes are very similar to dance routines, because they stress the line of the human body.
- She executed a rhythm tap dancing routine in the 1928 musical Cross My Heart which stopped the show cold every night.
- His show Toujours L' Amour still sells out at the National Theatre in Bucharest after five years - Raluca had been to see it six times - and he is constantly developing new routines for new shows.
- She wound up her dance routine with a wobbly pirouette and took a little bow.
- They bowed slightly, the way they did at competitions, after their routines.
- Middleton climaxed her routine by performing full splits.
- Many of the performances show amazing dance routines, and songs that fit well into the context of the film.
- The wonderful jazzy numbers set the scene for some truly amazing tap routines.
- For Dinah, the never-ending tap dance routines and smile-this-is-comedy faces are becoming old hat.
- The emphasis of dance team is on learning and performing choreographed routines rather than on the underlying technique.
- The group works a played-out routine, but it does so in highly entertaining fashion.
- Excerpts from their respective solo routines are incorporated, perhaps to keep the fans sweet.
- Instead, it's best to ease back into your dance routine, increasing physical demands by five percent per week.
- Kreviazuk's live shows are part concert, part comedy routine, part emotional rendering.
- There is one unusual twist in the presentation though: Laurie performs with a DJ, who backs up her routines with minimalist dance music.
- They're the Rockettes, world famous for their eye-high kicks and precise dance routines.
2.2(formula, patter)don't give me that old routine — no me vengas con la misma cantinela informal
- the usual sales routine — el típico discurso de vendedor
- Any modifications to the database required external support and complete reprogramming of routines to ensure data integrity across the three tables.
- I was famed for my ability to press all the right buttons in the install routine by simply following the instructions and not freezing up like a rabbit in the headlights.
- A simple program calls the crypt routine, runs the hash on a word and then compares it to the password entry in the file.
- MPI provides many communication routines to aid the programmer in developing inter-process communication.
- I created these menus and routines for both programs so that users need only be familiar with that menu to be productive in either one with minimal training.
1(regular, usual)(procedure/investigation/inquiries) de rutinathe prescription of tranquilizers became routine — recetar calmantes se convirtió en algo habitual
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