In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(valuables/goods) salvar(valuables/goods) rescatarthe paintings were salvaged from the fire — los cuadros fueron rescatados del incendio
- Engaging in a public dialogue with ‘someone of his calibre’ may in the end enable them to salvage their dignity and the respect of the faithful.
- Hopes of salvaging a draw were ended, however, when Sheffield hit back four minutes later with a third goal after keeper Sam Hoyle saved one shot but the rebound fell to the visitors' skipper to score.
- It was the German keeper who spurned Hearts plenty last season, especially at Ibrox and it was earlier this year that a last-minute tackle from Lorenzo Amoruso prevented Mark de Vries from salvaging a draw and a point in Glasgow.
- I later discovered that Ruud van Nistelrooy had pulled back two goals, to salvage a draw, which is a good away result in the Champions League.
- Rescuers found 80 bodies trapped in the hull when they salvaged the boat from the riverbed.
- Yet when it happens there is a mad scramble to see what is possible in terms of rescue and then what needs to be put in place to avert marine ecological disaster, prior to rescuing or salvaging the vessel.
- At rain sodden Dr. Cullen Park last Saturday the Wexford border men were within seconds of a repeat victory, only a injury time point from Alan O'Brien salvaging a share of the spoils for the relieved townsmen.
- It needed an inspired performance by goalkeeper Shay Given and a much more defensive and conservative second-half performance to salvage a point.
- Since then, the wreck must have been salvaged, because the deck and sides of the hull have collapsed and most of it is only a metre or two above the seabed.
- The shoreline was cluttered with the rusting hulks of old ships that had been hauled out of the sea and hundreds of people were crawling over the wrecks salvaging anything of value.
- Hardwood from the cargo was still being salvaged as recently as 1992.
- The threat to Mr Trimble's leadership will be assessed at the launch of a new round of intense talks aimed at salvaging the peace process in Downing Street today.
- The government had insisted that GAM accept the special autonomy arrangement and lay down its weapons in order to resume peace talks aimed at salvaging a peace pact signed in December 2002.
- Egyptian envoys failed to achieve a breakthrough yesterday in talks with Palestinian militants aimed at arranging a ceasefire with Israel and salvaging a US-backed peace road map battered by violence.
- Forget bronze propellers - that is the part of the ship that was salvaged, including the stern deck gun carried for defensive purposes.
- The rescue boat attempted to salvage the smaller vessel yesterday.
- Over the stern the rudder rests folded towards the seabed at 30m, but the propeller was salvaged soon after the ship went down.
- Redhill and Old Coulsdon managed to salvage a draw on Sunday after North Kent failed to get the one run needed off their final ball to win the match.
- A number of attempts were made to salvage the ship but when they failed she was dispersed using explosives.
- Colombia's peace process was on the brink of collapse yesterday, a day after President Andres Pastrana rejected an 11 th-hour rebel proposal for salvaging the talks.
- Farm supports will be central to salvaging the talks and averting a collapse in the process when the 145 member states of the WTO meet at a ministerial conference in Hong Kong in December.
- The comeback was not be a winning one as Penrith added a fourth goal to salvage the draw.
- Japan wants to raise the ship to confirm whether it was a North Korean spy vessel, but China is cautious about salvaging the ship which sank in its economic waters.
- The ship temporarily lodged on rocks at Rubha Mor, allowing much of the cargo to be salvaged.
- Attempts to salvage the ship were hampered by thick fog on Saturday night and the bad weather continued yesterday morning, French coastguards said.
- After salvaging a round of 70 thanks to two late birdies, Woods will set out this afternoon with Sergio Garcia in a reprise of the 1999 US PGA Championship at Medinah.
- Some of the cargo was salvaged but during another storm in October the ship broke up.
- But public relations guru Max Clifford said he needs to start a media campaign to help him ‘win friends and influence people’ if he is to stand any chance of salvaging his career.
- Ibra has repeatedly said that salvaging the bank through a rights issue would be the best and cheapest option on the table compared to other choices, such as a merger, acquisition or liquidation.
- Despite the interference of souvenir seekers and vandals, they managed to salvage most of the ship's machinery.
- This massive wreck has been salvaged for its copper ingot cargo, but is still reasonably intact.
- Paul Byrne went close to salvaging some pride for Newry when his low shot fizzed just wide, but a third Linfield goal in the 79th minute killed off the game as a contest.
- In the last minute of injury time Ireland closed a one-goal deficit with Germany to salvage a draw.
- Tokyo has determined that salvaging the ship is technically feasible and believes it needs about three weeks of preparation and one month to actually raise the ship.
- The locals attempt to salvage its cargo of thousands of cases of whisky and outwit Home Guard Captain Waggett and the excise officers.
- Japan has conveyed its desire to salvage the ship from where it lies in the East China sea, but China has yet to agree to the request.
- Its richest inhabitants earned their money salvaging ships that hit the reefs.
- The timbers and tank for the structure were salvaged from a wrecked ship, the Martha Ridgway.
- He still ‘feels like a Celtic player’ but appreciates there is no prospect of him salvaging his reputation under O'Neill.
- He hit two sixes and 15 fours in an unbeaten 105 to salvage a draw for his side on the final day in Cape Town.
2(self-respect/reputation/pride) salvar(self-respect/reputation/pride) rescatarhow can he salvage his career now? — ¿cómo va a salvar su carrera ahora?
1(rescue)salvamento masculinerescate masculinesalvataje masculine Southern Conethe salvage of the wreck/cargo — el salvamento del naufragio/del cargamento
2(property, goods saved)objetos salvadosthe salvage did not amount to much — no fue mucho lo que se rescató / se recuperó
- architectural salvage — material de derribo
(compensation)derecho de salvamento masculine
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