In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1seminario masculinebefore noun seminar room — sala de seminarios feminine
- Interactive City II will have panels, masterclasses, seminars and celebrity interviews.
- The seven-day fest will be enhanced by seminars, discussions and conferences.
- This involves a lot of reading and attendance at professional body and industry conferences and seminars.
- You are likely to work with people from overseas and participate in international seminars or meetings.
- There will be opportunity at the conclusion of the seminar for questions and debate.
- They go off to meetings, seminars, conferences, and never involve anyone at a non-director level.
- Martin said that he now will front conferences, seminars and corporate events and continue with his after dinner speeches.
- At seminars or meetings, it was often he alone who saw the point of a question, and he would not hesitate to rephrase it, if he thought it unclear.
- She had conducted seminars, conferences and workshops in business and industrial relations.
- It is set to be packed with meetings, seminars and assemblies.
- Big business is looking for dry communities to hold seminars and conferences for staff and customers.
- He has presented other papers on health issues at various conferences and seminars.
- The offers to speak at conferences and seminars have dried up.
- Do you keep falling asleep in managerial meetings, seminars and planning sessions?
- This facility is also used to host bespoke training programmes and seminars.
- The most illuminating part of the seminar was the discussion that followed the speech.
- The inter-connecting rooms can be used for meetings, seminars, lectures, dinners and receptions.
- Moy Valley Tourism represents the region at tourism conferences and seminars.
- Despite being a living, working convent, it also has facilities for conferences and seminars.
- The rest of the time we sit on panel discussions and in seminars and bash ourselves.
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