In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(portion)parte feminineI've already paid my share — yo ya he pagado mi parte / lo que me corresponde
- how much is my share of the bill? — ¿cuánto me toca pagar a mí?
- she must take her share of the blame — debe aceptar que tiene parte de la culpa
- he's had his share of bad luck — ha tenido / le ha tocado bastante mala suerte / su buena cuota de mala suerte
- I've done my share of covering up for her — yo ya la he encubierto bastante
- to work on shares — trabajar como socios
- It can allow one person to contribute a larger share of the ideas than would be seemly in conversation.
- Each child is legally entitled to an equal share, but in practice male descendants are often privileged.
- I began making new friends and every week I'd put a few pounds aside to pay my unfeasible share of the quarterly phone bill.
- The most contentious issue at hand: whether actors should be entitled to a share of the profits from video games that feature their voices.
- This surplus value is then distributed to the different sections of capital in proportion to their share of the total capital.
- A turnkey package would be offered in return for a down payment and a share of the profits.
- The former McShain property forms a major share of Killarney National Park.
- On his death shortly afterwards, his two children received an equal share of the fund.
- In general, both employer and employee pay a share of the contribution, which is divided into three elements.
- In these countries, profits taxes contribute a large share of total revenue.
- She, like John, contributed a major share to tuberculosis knowledge and its control.
- The pitch then did garner its proper share of attention.
- After all, the city contributes a major share to the State's revenues.
- How can a beneficiary group in need of drinking water be forced to contribute a share of the cost of water supply?
- It is true that Western creditors have announced forgiveness of a substantial amount of their share of the debt.
- Two shares went to the captain, one and a half shares to the quartermaster, and one share each to the crew members.
(held by partner)participación feminineI own a half share in a fishing boat — soy copropietario de un pesquero
- How can a partner protect his or her share of joint property?
- This has not yet occurred; therefore, your husband holds the property or his share of the property in trust for you.
- The investment trust specialises in property shares and property assets.
- As well as a legal agreement, it is vital for all joint owners to make a will in which they stipulate who inherits their share of the property should they die.
- If you opt for tenancy in common and want to leave your share of the property to the person you buy with, you need to make a will and state this.
- But the scheme will allow them to increase their share of the property as their financial situation improves.
- Traders said a strong performance by technology and telecom stocks and the narrowing of declines in property shares helped offset the overall losses.
- But what happens if one of the partners dies or wishes to dispose of their share of the property?
(held by shareholder)acción feminineto hold shares in a company — tener acciones en una compañía
- an issue of 50,000 shares — una emisión de 50.000 títulos / acciones
- share certificate — certificado de acción
- share options — opciones sobre acciones
- share portfolio — cartera de acciones
- share prices — cotización de las acciones
- Members could sell their shares but were also entitled to relinquish them at any time.
- Split capital trusts have two types of shares - income and capital.
- Under the share ownership plan employees were, broadly speaking, allocated equal numbers of shares.
- The fund manager of an index fund sets up a mathematical model that buys and sells shares according to their weighting in the selected index.
- They want us to read brokers' reports before we buy shares and before we sell them.
- Warrants convey on the holder the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell a share at an agreed price in the future.
- That means his companies have often used cash to buy back shares rather than boost capital spending.
- Many of them allegedly raked in massive profits, selling their shares before the price collapsed.
- He was perfectly entitled to buy the shares when he bought them.
- With a mutual fund, investors buy and sell shares from and to the fund itself.
- With their high incomes they can progressively buy out the ownership shares of the passive capitalists.
- For some investors, the small spread may not justify the costs and risks associated with converting currencies to buy and sell foreign shares.
- The allure of these fund groups is that there are no restrictions on how often an investor can buy and sell fund shares.
- In November he bought 18.75 million more shares and made a profit of close to €1 million.
- Seats entitle their holders to buy and sell shares on the exchange floor, and brokers say the price is an important measure of market sentiment.
- In addition, there are significant individual holders of blocs of shares and institutional shareholders.
- Options enabled the holder to buy shares tomorrow at today's price.
- It intends to provide a facility whereby holders of 2,000 shares or less can sell them.
- Holders of income shares got all the income earned from the trust, while holders of capital shares got all the capital gain.
- Middlemen make profits by buying shares at a low price and selling them at a higher price.
3plowsharereja del arado feminine
1.1(use jointly)compartirto share sth with sb — compartir algo con algn
- Jack finished for her, somewhat torn between getting out of the rain and sharing a painfully personal moment with someone he found himself liking more and more the longer he talked to her.
- The audience gets the feeling of eavesdropping on a prolonged conversation between two people who are sharing a special, very limited amount of time together.
- Now she enjoys sharing the house with her daughter Tanya.
- Why do two people who share such a deep bond treat each other and everyone around them so badly?
- The one-bedroom ground floor flat and the house share a common entrance and a Japanese-style garden area.
- The couple are not going on honeymoon after the wedding but are looking forward to the possibility of sharing a room together once they are wed.
- Okay, so maybe I do enjoy sharing a room with Ethan, but I'm not about to tell anyone that.
- The band will also share the stage with Celtic Storm, who got their big break in the movie Titanic.
- Family can be defined by those in who occupy and share the home.
- The babies enjoy sharing a cot and seem to be happiest when side-by-side.
- At present, no rules for sharing Mrs Smith's personal electronic records are available, even though they are needed to implement joint assessments and other policies.
- We can only say that we have truly arrived when we also occupy and share the social centre with the predecessor cultures.
- Another student was forced to buy her own fridge, as the medium-sized one provided was shared by twelve other people.
- I was able to talk with him about his genre of music, the new album, who his musical idols are and who he enjoyed sharing the stage with most.
- If you enjoy sharing a shower or bath, you're being environmentally friendly and halving your bills!
- No one likes to share such a personal item, but situations often dictate that we do.
- These must be people who can share the same swimming pool, so to say.
- Visualize a world of peace and justice enjoyed by all who share our beautiful planet.
- All the heirs will share the property equally under Section 8 of the aforesaid Act.
- They share second place jointly with Doncaster, who were tipped off the top by Sheffield United.
1.2(have in common)(interest/optimism/opinion) compartir(characteristics) tener en comúnthey shared the credit for its discovery — compartieron el mérito de su descubrimiento
- peoples which share a common ancestry — pueblos de la misma extracción / con antepasados comunes
- we share the same star sign — somos del mismo signo del zodíaco
- In fact it is a legitimate personality type that is shared by numerous successful people.
- All our examples share a common quality of utter shamelessness.
- We find it much easier to identify with people who share some of our cultural baggage, values and preoccupations.
- However it looked like not all people shared Mr. Oliver's enthusiasm about the race.
- This will be achieved by learning from our past and sharing a common view with our suppliers of how to grow sales and lower costs.
- But a world-view that is shared by few people does not attain that solidity: it remains belief.
- Coffey said that the successful women shared many similar personal attributes - which included steady determination and job commitment.
- But to then say that this is somehow proof of some kind of development vote as opposed to sharing a common view is open to different interpretation.
- Despite these inauspicious circumstances, it soon became clear that the two shared artistic and personal passions.
- The most important thing is to share the same personal values and priorities in life with your partner.
- Both had an interest in Bulgarian folklore and noticed on their travels that this was shared by people in many other parts of the world.
- He shares the common view that America's most significant mistake was to abandon the nation to its unhappy fate following the Soviet withdrawal.
- Unlike rallying flags or war cries these distinguishing marks could be personal and not necessarily shared by whole armies or divisions.
- Anyway, some bright spark has come up with a search engine that lets you check a name against the register to see how many people in the UK share the same name as you.
- In interviews with the Daily Dispatch workers said they shared a common view and emphasised that they were prepared to fight to the bitter end.
- It's a great way to meet new people who share the same sporting passion and to pick up some new moves.
- You sense that the brothers' pride in such an outcome would be more shared than personal.
- For the audience, it's a chance to share the performers' personal thoughts.
- Rather, it's that guilt is personal, rather than shared by all of a certain ethnicity.
- In Scotland there are believed to be hundreds of people who share the same Romany ancestry and a similar language.
2.1(divide)dividirthe inheritance was shared equally between the children — la herencia se dividió a partes iguales entre los hijos
- we agreed to share all expenses — decidimos compartir todos los gastos
- Under existing arrangements, Australia and East Timor would share royalty benefits equally.
- I happen to support equality and also a welfare state but too often these involve an idea that enough money, shared by enough people, will solve most problems.
- As a result, the IP clients as well as the application socket layer share the load equally.
- The three were the best of friends at York and will no doubt enjoy sharing some liquid refreshment after tomorrow's showdown.
- The costs of the adjudicator are shared equally by the parties.
- This didn't stop us sharing a couple of bottles of red.
- The costs of an independent expert are normally shared equally between landlord and tenant, in accordance with a specific provision in the lease.
- The grounds are spacious and invite the visitor to enjoy the quietude or share a picnic lunch with the whole family.
- You equally share the responsibility for this dreadful crime.
- Instead of sharing the rent equally, they decide to divide the total so that each person ends up satisfied with his or her combination of room and rent.
- He was searching a field at Sutton-on-the-Forest with the permission of the landowner on the understanding that the proceeds of any finds were shared equally.
- Each mother was also asked how important it was for her family to take the time to eat together, and if the child enjoyed sharing meals with his or her family.
- In the present case those communings point to the three parties sharing distributable profits equally.
- Also, under family law, couples who fail to arrange premarital contracts share the family assets jointly.
- The technical prizes were equally shared between the men and ladies.
- In the opposite case, the surplus was shared equally between the state and the lessee.
- The two companies will share restructuring costs equally.
- Arrangement and general performance will each attract 40 points, with tone and rhythm equally sharing the remainder.
- Charlie Dixon and Johnathon Penn scored 27 unbeaten while the other 50 games were equally shared.
- I could not actually eat all this food at one sitting, but I'd enjoy sharing it with three or four companions.
2.2(communicate)(experience/knowledge) intercambiarI'd like to share my feelings with you on this happy day — quisiera hacer a todos partícipes de mi felicidad en este día
- come on, share the joke — vamos, cuéntalo, así nos reímos todos
- She thanked him for sharing such a personal story.
- He told the boys: ‘I don't usually tell people,’ and they humbly thanked him for sharing something so personal with them.
- This little joke that had unfolded itself in front of us needed to be shared with as many people as possible.
- Gradually he began sharing a few personal details.
- My habits don't make a lot of sense, but it has never much mattered because they weren't being shared with another person.
- I just thought it would be great if everybody on this site could share certain personal movie gems with all the rest of us.
- In their letters to each other they shared their more personal hopes and fears.
- Thank you Sherri, for sharing such profoundly personal feelings.
- People could not hold back their tears as women got together to share their touching personal experiences.
- I've learned that many of us are not afraid to share some pretty personal stuff.
- There was a sense of community as they braved the cold and shared their own personal and favourite memories of a woman whose life spanned all of the last century.
- I am grateful to this person for sharing this with myself and her friends.
- Anyway I just thought I would share this with the people who have supported me through this.
- Now I don't normally like sharing something this personal with the world because it's the kind of thing that can come back and bite you.
- A useful analogy might be if a loved one shared something deeply personal with you, and you then posted it up on your blog the next day because, hey, information wants to be free.
- We have a private board for sharing more personal information.
- Inspired by your comments, I want to share more about my personal experience with the major banks in China.
- Please share your own personal favourites in the comments section.
- Because in a world where the balancing of violence and power's more important than human relations, there's no place for real dialogue, for sharing something with another person.
- You want to say something about it, to share some of your personal experience of it.
1(use jointly)compartiryou may have to share with somebody — puede ser que tengas que compartir la habitación (or el despacho etc.) con algn
2to share in(have a part)compartirparticipar de
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