In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(small river)arroyo masculineriachuelo masculine
- The flow of that water - in brooks, streams, rivulets, rivers, and lakes - frames much of what makes Kentucky so lush and alluring.
- As we travelled to Tavistock, we crossed over flooded streams and rivers that all had plenty of colour.
- Each day's ride will leave participants breathless as they view deep gorges, whitewater rivers, cool streams, and a variety of wildlife.
- After buying a licence you have hundreds of fishable streams creeks and rivers to fish.
- You also should plant the banks of streams, creeks and rivers with erosion-preventing vegetation.
- Having said that, water quality in our lowland streams and rivers is poor, which is something we are working to turn round.
- The streams and rivers offer excellent fly fishing for trout and bass; hook a smallmouth on a six weight rod and you're having fun.
- They nest in hardwood stands, almost always on or near rivers, streams, or other wetlands.
- My chosen tackle for sea trout when fishing small rivers and streams is usually a six weight rod with floating line and a nine foot leader.
- Global warming could devastate lakes, streams, rivers and wetlands throughout the United States.
- With hundreds of colour photos and instructions on animal recognition the book is a guide to measuring the health of rivers, streams, ponds and wetlands.
- No creeks, streams, or rivers ran through any of the study areas.
- Should by chance the rain keep falling (I can't remember when it last stopped!) bringing the rivers and streams into flood, then all is not lost.
- It's also a good idea to look out for bays, islands, in-flowing streams and out-flowing rivers.
- Because of tidal action, which in its own way can be a form of marine structure, bays are more akin to rivers and streams than to lakes and reservoirs.
- Yet violation of the fishing regulations was endemic on nearly all salmon rivers and streams in the three provinces.
- Anatids inhabit aquatic habitats such as lakes, ponds, streams, rivers and marshes.
- Approximately 20 million acres of rivers, lakes, streams and wetlands could be at risk.
- The rivers, streams, wetlands, and coastal areas of the Great Lakes system are key, because fish and other animal species depend on them for habitat.
- Where the influence of a stream or river is possible, even of short duration, that hypothesis should be considered.
1.2(current)corriente feminineto go against the stream — ir a contracorriente
- I was weak and just went along with the stream — fui débil y me dejé llevar por la corriente
- This would enable two streams of traffic to continue in and out of the city, rather than the short-sighted solution of closure.
- They have seen streams of refugees from both the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Angola, the majority of whom they have played host to.
- There was no far-off hum of constant traffic, no train whistles or car horns, and certainly no distant streams of moving lights from the nearest highway.
- So, seized with impatience and eager to get the party started, we headed on, following the streams of people going the same direction.
- Karachi became the first capital of Pakistan, struggling to find its feet and to accommodate the incoming streams of refugees.
- A steady stream of them continuously marched right down the middle of the log and into Ana's precious ariat.
- Every day, streams of visitors enter to witness the markings of history.
- Bicycles were again in the spotlight at a local housing estate last week, which day in, day out plays host to a steady stream of fast moving traffic.
- He points out that the great streams of visitors to the Eternal City for the various jubilees have had a large impact on the city and its monuments.
- And then, in the gathering heat, we returned over country roads, avoiding the long streams of vehicles coming in for the Bank Holiday weekend.
- A stream of hounds flow in full cry across the field, the huntsman on foot behind.
- Floyd said the Johnson home in Melville was still receiving streams of visitors and appealed to people to make an appointment before visiting the boy.
- Off to the west is what was once Legion Avenue, where steady streams of cars and trucks barrel in from the suburbs or head out to them along twin one-way roads given over entirely to traffic.
- Armed with a book and ostensibly reading, I had found a good vantage point, as I could monitor the streams of people from both directions.
- A steady stream of visitors from the school-system hierarchy also thronged the courtroom.
- In Britain, steady streams of commuters continued to pay their respects to the victims of the London terrorist bombings.
- A stream of animals is flowing across the road, raising dust from hundreds and thousands of cloven hooves.
- As we departed, we could see streams of people still entering the city from all directions.
- It has seen large streams of visitors since it opened and the organisers are quite pleased with their efforts this year.
- Melodious tunes rang out through the day until late afternoon, entertaining streams of visitors and fellow students.
2(flow)a thin stream of water issued from the fountain — un chorrito de agua salía de la fuente
- a stream of lava — un río de lava
- a stream of sunlight entered the room — el sol entró a raudales en la habitación
- she poured out a stream of abuse at him — le soltó una sarta de insultos
- the affair generated a stream of books and articles — el caso generó un torrente de libros y artículos
- there is a continuous stream of traffic — el tráfico es ininterrumpido
- streams of people were coming out of the theater — un torrente de personas salía del teatro
- to be/come on stream — estar/entrar en funcionamiento
conjunto de alumnos agrupados según su nivel de aptitud para una asignatura
- She's in the top stream at school, and her marks on tests are always great.
- The posh lump in the top stream all had proper classical music instruments like clarinets and trumpets.
- This means the two streams are often taught different subjects in the same room at the same time.
- Those not in the A stream are taught at a different pace.
- Instead, her IQ of 109 took her to Ryder Brow Secondary Modern, where she was in top streams despite poor attendance.
- He devoted so much time to amateur dramatics that he slipped from the top stream to the bottom and failed all bar one of his nine O-levels.
- The reason, according to Richmond High principal Darlene Macklam, lies in the fact that not all the school's students are enrolled in the academic stream.
2(flow)blood streamed from the wound — salía / manaba mucha sangre de la herida
- water streamed from the burst pipe — el agua salía a chorros / a torrentes de la tubería rota
- tears were streaming down her cheeks — lloraba a lágrima viva
- the sunlight was streaming in through the window — el sol entraba a raudales por la ventana
- the children streamed in from the yard — los niños entraron en tropel del patio
- traffic was streaming out of the city — salían caravanas de vehículos de la ciudad
3(run with liquid)peeling onions makes my eyes stream — cuando pelo cebollas me lloran los ojos
- the walls streamed with water — corría agua por las paredes
- I've got a streaming cold — me gotea constantemente la nariz
1(emit)my nose streamed blood — me salía sangre de la nariz
- his eyes streamed tears — se le saltaban las lágrimas
dividir (a los alumnos) en grupos según su aptitud para una asignatura
3Computingdescargar en continuo
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