In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of situation, temperament)estabilidad feminine
- Since when has toughness been a prerequisite for a leader who can give his people stability and peace?
- It is a judgement to be taken in the interests of peace, stability and reconciliation.
- The primary objective of the monetary policy will be to secure price stability.
- Sustainable economic growth in the region is also crucial to regional stability.
- He has junked safety and economic stability for the average citizen and pursued his own aims.
- This need for stability and groundedness is the product of two very different upbringings.
- They need and deserve stability if they are to make the most of their educational opportunities.
- My Government will maintain its key commitment to economic stability and growth.
- Preserving their own economic stability in the medium term is the best any countries can now hope for.
- We have had a high turnover of leaders over the last ten years which means there isn't much stability.
- Having three good nourishing meals a day will generate a sense of well-being and stability.
- Increased political stability during the period led to the expansion of towns and trade.
- We can't go back to the old days of stop go, boom bust, we've got to have that stability.
- Daniel said that the centre had given him support and stability through hard times.
- The club badly needs some form of stability after the chaos of recent years.
- The geometry on this racquet aids the beginner by increasing stability and power.
- Wings on the hull sides create stability and lift to prevent the boat from flipping over.
- The resources found in new areas will be critical to ensuring global energy stability.
- By leaning forward, it is possible to alter the positioning and stability of the machine.
- It is a mammoth task, but this is a great opportunity for us to set a budget which will give stability to the borough.
2Motor Vehicles Aerospace Chemistryestabilidad feminine
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