In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(expert)especialista feminine(shop/dictionary/knowledge) especializado
- He has been something of a specialist in impersonating a police officer.
- He became a specialist in the pre-Islamic history of southern Arabia.
- He is an M.D. and a specialist in many fields of medicine.
- I cannot see the point of being simply a specialist in one field.
- A specialist in European and early American history, he received a Distinguished Academic Achievement Award in 1978.
- I am hardly a specialist in NATO affairs; my field of expertise is Russia, both present and past.
- The History Department recently hired a second specialist in economic and business history.
- A specialist in modernism and 19 th-century French painting, Champa earned a BA at Yale and an MA at Harvard.
- Andrew is a specialist in the field who.
- In secondary schools, all core subjects would be taught by a specialist in that subject.
- The law firm was a leading specialist in the new field of information technology.
- Okada is a specialist in contemporary Japanese music.
- A prerequisite to serving as an expert witness is being qualified and credentialed as a specialist in the field being examined.
- Being a paediatric specialist in the field, he preferred to base his own opinion on his personal experience.
- The tutor, who is a specialist in that subject, contacts the student to check that all is well.
- I found that from his Curriculum Vitae and the agreement of counsel that he was a specialist in those fields.
- Thus while never a specialist in monetary theory nor making any claim for original contributions to it, Brown's participation was noteworthy.
- Dr. Julian was a specialist in the field.
- In the two years he has been in business, he has established a reputation as the specialist in this field.
- My name is Scott, I'm a specialist in bioenergetics.
2Medicineespecialista feminineyou should go and see a specialist — tendrías que consultar a un especialista
- heart specialist — especialista de corazón
- Now more than ever, there is substantial crossover among dentists and other medical specialists in diagnosing various health conditions.
- Dance medicine specialists tell me that it's common for people suffering from arthritis to get caught up in a vicious cycle of pain, weakness, and loss of motion.
- I trained as a psychiatric specialist at the Gugging hospital.
- Mr. Mahler knew Dr. DeVilliers to be a specialist who regularly gave medical reports to lawyers.
- Telemedicine technology makes it possible for medical specialists to examine and treat patients living in remote locations.
- A nationwide shortage of intensive-care specialists has left hospitals scrambling to provide timely care to the sickest of patients.
- Her patients have improved far beyond the expectations of their medical specialists, and their need for surgeries has been markedly reduced.
- Medical specialists on the optic nerves had already noticed the increased visual acuity of the sea people.
- He saw his family physician as well as respiratory and allergy specialists.
- According to dance medicine specialists, overuse injuries often make their first appearance in adolescence.
- A healthcare specialist should be consulted for specific dosages.
- The world's first formal program to train medical specialists, opened in 1915.
- He is popular with staff and is extremely good at multidisciplinary medicine with enviable insight and respect for other specialists and healthcare workers.
- He might be better off approaching generalists, rather than nuclear-medicine or health-care specialists.
- Heis a specialist in physical medicine and rehabilitation.
- Some curanderos are specialists trained in bone-setting or the treatment of tumors.
- For a moment a brief moment he contemplated going to a therapist or a sleep specialist about it
- They are now seeking to appoint a medical specialist through Health Services Australia.
- In this type of medicine a patient sees a medical specialist when a health complaint arises.
- By the 1950s, specialists in traditional medicine began to decline in importance.
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