In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(act of specifying)especificación feminine
- There is no formal requirement for them to agree with the other Community institutions on the specification of price stability.
- This is not a clear specification of the problem.
- It sought coherence through the specification of clear objectives.
- The Charter was the first attempt to give the public a clear specification of what it could expect.
- The contest had some very precise specifications.
2.1(detailed plan)especificación femininethe specifications for the new machinery — las especificaciones para la nueva maquinaria
- We can search and find detailed specifications.
- There is no published specification.
- Ask your dealer to give you detailed material specifications on the products they are proposing.
- All material specifications and structural calculations had to follow strict German codes.
- Purchasers can design their own homes, but these must comply with certain specification and design guidelines.
- The screws are designed to our specifications.
- He has spent years designing the specifications.
- Engineering design specifications more closely reflect the product's potential in the marketplace.
- She shuffles between appointments and fittings with designers and vendors to determine fabrics and detail garment specifications for new designs.
- Design specifications are difficult to write.
- There are no technical details or specifications mentioned anywhere on the memory modules.
- Both specifications are designed to transfer data between and among devices.
- The mattresses in every passenger cabin are designed and manufactured to the company's specifications.
- The company provided no details of pricing or specifications for the new machines.
- A plan, which includes material costs, specifications and design entails, will be prepared.
- The original design specifications for a software product are inadequate.
- Many specifications and designs aren't thought out well enough.
- This washer had never been part of any product design or specifications.
- The resulting complete design specification is used to create a second fixed price bid for writing your software.
- This is the detailed specifications of the satellite.
2.2(requirement)especificación femininefurniture made to your own specification(s) — muebles hechos según sus especificaciones
- Shipping crates need to meet specifications to pass the muster.
- Vendors often talk of putting specifications and standards in their middleware products.
- Individual components may be built within standard industry specifications, that does not guarantee that those products will work together.
- Check the product label to make sure the material meets specifications of the federal government.
- None of these systems were able to meet the scale and specifications required by federal policy.
- I had spent the last week creating a resume that met my Dad's specifications.
- Motherboard manufacturers need to meet AMD mechanical specifications, and most do, save a few.
- U.S. exporters should contact their Taiwan importers directly to ensure that product specifications and labeling meet Taiwan's regulations.
- If the energy level does not meet specifications, then the person cannot compete.
- It depends on whether the refurbished program meets your specifications.
- This model didn't meet specifications.
- Have a design idea ready with exact specifications about the piece that you want.
- All Canadian cheques should conform with the new specifications.
- Many companies have not standardised their product specifications across the eurozone.
- Hardware makers promised to provide systems that meet The company's specifications.
- People were outraged when old buildings were bulldozed and 19 th-century streets were reconfigured to meet modern specifications.
- Are power specifications required by your electronic systems being met?
- UK Government will only use products that support open standards and specifications in all future IT developments.
- The chips will not meet the required performance specifications.
- If the carpenter cannot meet his specifications, then he will not hesitate to dismantle the whole thing, and begin all over again by hunting for the perfect craftsman.
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