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 masculineI'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 only want my fair share — solo quiero lo que en justicia me corresponde
- they've had more than their fair share of attention — han recibido más atención de la que les correspondía
- I've done my share of covering up for her — yo ya la he encubierto bastante
- to go shares on sth
- let's go shares on a taxi — tomemos un taxi y lo pagamos a medias (/ entre los tres etc. )
- to work on shares — trabajar como socios
2.1(held by partner)participación feminineI own a half share in a fishing boat — soy copropietario de un pesquero
- Traders said a strong performance by technology and telecom stocks and the narrowing of declines in property shares helped offset the overall losses.
- 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 what happens if one of the partners dies or wishes to dispose of their share of the property?
- 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.
- This has not yet occurred; therefore, your husband holds the property or his share of the property in trust for you.
- But the scheme will allow them to increase their share of the property as their financial situation improves.
- How can a partner protect his or her share of joint property?
- The investment trust specialises in property shares and property assets.
2.2(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 — título de acción
- share options — opciones sobre acciones
- share portfolio — cartera de acciones
- share prices — cotización de las acciones
- With a mutual fund, investors buy and sell shares from and to the fund itself.
- 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.
- In November he bought 18.75 million more shares and made a profit of close to €1 million.
- The allure of these fund groups is that there are no restrictions on how often an investor can buy and sell fund shares.
- For some investors, the small spread may not justify the costs and risks associated with converting currencies to buy and sell foreign shares.
- Warrants convey on the holder the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell a share at an agreed price in the future.
- Under the share ownership plan employees were, broadly speaking, allocated equal numbers of shares.
- Many of them allegedly raked in massive profits, selling their shares before the price collapsed.
- They want us to read brokers' reports before we buy shares and before we sell them.
- It intends to provide a facility whereby holders of 2,000 shares or less can sell them.
- Split capital trusts have two types of shares - income and capital.
- Middlemen make profits by buying shares at a low price and selling them at a higher price.
- That means his companies have often used cash to buy back shares rather than boost capital spending.
- Holders of income shares got all the income earned from the trust, while holders of capital shares got all the capital gain.
- He was perfectly entitled to buy the shares when he bought them.
- Options enabled the holder to buy shares tomorrow at today's price.
- Members could sell their shares but were also entitled to relinquish them at any time.
- With their high incomes they can progressively buy out the ownership shares of the passive capitalists.
- 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.
3reja del arado feminine
- In general, both employer and employee pay a share of the contribution, which is divided into three elements.
- Each child is legally entitled to an equal share, but in practice male descendants are often privileged.
- Two shares went to the captain, one and a half shares to the quartermaster, and one share each to the crew members.
- It is true that Western creditors have announced forgiveness of a substantial amount of their share of the debt.
- After all, the city contributes a major share to the State's revenues.
- It can allow one person to contribute a larger share of the ideas than would be seemly in conversation.
- How can a beneficiary group in need of drinking water be forced to contribute a share of the cost of water supply?
- She, like John, contributed a major share to tuberculosis knowledge and its control.
- On his death shortly afterwards, his two children received an equal share of the fund.
- 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.
- The pitch then did garner its proper share of attention.
- 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.
- In these countries, profits taxes contribute a large share of total revenue.
- The former McShain property forms a major share of Killarney National Park.
- A turnkey package would be offered in return for a down payment and a share of the profits.
2(use jointly)compartirto share sth with sb — compartir algo con algn
3(have in common)(opinion/optimism/interest) 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
4(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
5(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
1(use jointly)compartiryou may have to share with somebody — puede ser que tengas que compartir la habitación (/ el despacho etc. ) con algn
- to share and share alike — compartir las cosas
2(have a part)compartirparticipar de
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