In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(effect) indirectothe spillover from the urban centers — el excedente de población de los centros urbanos
- there's been a spillover of violence into these suburbs — la violencia se ha extendido a estos barrios
- Finally, research and development in rich countries appears to benefit poor countries through spillover effects.
- And, ominously, it includes use of chemical weapons without regard for their spillover effect on the enemy's own troops and civilians.
- Paternal job and income loss appear to have adverse spillover effects on children, and these effects might well be detected early by alert teachers and school counselors.
- The spillover economic benefits of reunification also have a political payoff, integrating the countries of the region in a set of cooperative commercial relationships.
- This role, by necessity, has a spillover effect into budgetary and evaluation concerns.
- Inflate today and the consequences (as we are witnessing) will be, first and foremost, rising asset prices, with only spillover effects for goods, services and labor markets.
- The text emphasizes that agricultural management strategies and techniques influence other ecosystems, and that this interaction has spillover effects on the entire landscape, in fact, the planet.
- Governments, through regulations, laws, and international treaties, have mandated procedures such as customs requirements that have spillover effects that may improve security.
- That's why, even though the inventory correction directly affects just a small segment of the economy, it has large spillover effects.
- The 1999 war in Angola had spillover effects on Namibia, showing how conflict in one state can influence its neighbors.
- The discoveries made will also have important spillover benefits in diagnosing and treating other diseases.
- The Japanese economy is in a prolonged slump, owing mostly to fragility in its financial sector and to spillover effects of the Asian financial crisis.
- This may create political pressures for increased government involvement in the application of genomic knowledge that could have spillovers to other sectors of the economy.
- Second, if the top story is very influential, it may increase the total visits to the site and there may be a spillover effect.
- That is, attendance at university makes you smarter, and thus has spillover effects that are good.
- In fact, there is likely to be a spillover effect as visitors to London follow suit and board the coaches to reach the capital.
- Indeed, most productivity improvements had similar multiple spillover effects.
- Nor did he intend for the single tax to regulate the production of external spillover effects of private actions.
- The disaster will also have spillover effects in the short term on other countries in the region and on related industries such as airlines.
- This spillover effect can lead to the creation of standards within an industry.
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