In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(stratagem/benefits/planning) a corto plazoshort-term parking lot — estacionamiento para períodos cortos masculine
- The short-term security of supply has been a key theme in the build-up to war.
- The creative use of mauve does nothing for our confidence in our short-term future.
- The short-term goals are survival followed by a period of sustained recovery.
- Her short-term memory is very poor but she has a great mind for trivia about old film stars.
- One other thing that the study shows is that short-term investment is a stupid thing to try.
- We have more interest in saving for short-term luxuries than in investing for our future.
- There is a trend for houses to be bought up and rented out to short-term residents.
- The short-term future of the province lies in the hands of a man whose beliefs are as absurd as they are dangerous.
- I have a good short-term memory, and can carry chunks of poetry around in my head.
- Used for the short-term relief of such symptoms, the benefits outweigh the risk for most women.
- The Minister said that the short-term objective now is to get the talks back on track.
- Perhaps people can see that investment in the future means short-term sacrifice.
- They described the effects of these strokes as depression and loss of short-term memory.
- Bogus sickness appears to be rising and genuine, short-term illness is also on the increase.
- Even if he is right, the short-term pressures facing corporations are intense.
- We are looking at giving Chris Porter a short-term deal but we may be getting somebody from outside as well.
- This will not be a plan for party renewal, rather a short-term strategy to get through the next election.
- Our work, however, is being undermined by false promises and short-term thinking.
- They are therefore easier to trade quickly to profit from short-term trends.
- Ownership was lost three years ago after the club failed to honour a short-term mortgage secured on it.
2Finance(bill/debt/investment) a corto plazo
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