In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1sustitución femininesubstitution of sth/sb for sth/sb
- the substitution of wholewheat bread for white — la sustitución del pan blanco por pan integral
- a simple substitution of one word for another — una simple sustitución de una palabra por otra
- However, that substitution was no reflection on the efforts of Preston who had been having a steady game.
- There are concerns about bench-marking and substitution and a whole lot of issues.
- There is no other member of the club who can currently replace him, and that showed after his substitution.
- The substitution of one person for another ranges from the literal to the abstract.
- The adoption of class and therapeutic substitution are customer responses to poor perceived value.
- Think of what the country could have been spared had that substitution not taken place.
- The Attorney General opposed the motion for substitution on procedural grounds.
- He rejects penal substitution because he thinks that God is love, and a loving God would never seek retribution.
- Crop substitution and improved market access are essential in the next few years.
- The substitution of an allegedly objective, measurable indicator can be appealing.
- Those who do not speak an Indian language may not be blamed for this arbitrary vowel substitution.
- The principle is to consider the field of rivalry in terms of the potential for substitution in the long term.
- If substitution is called for, then we should face up to that, and not pretend that we are delivering the original thing.
- At the same time, he raises the issue of substitution and exchange in a social and economic sphere.
- He argues that this disjuncture comes from time's infinite capacity for substitution.
- We are fast abandoning our cultural and religious values in substitution for western ideals.
- A jar of dried basil or even a basil plant would be a more appropriate substitution than coriander.
- In an act of substitution he replaces barren dryness with his fertile fluidity.
- He made the type of telling substitution that he has employed to effect.
- It is too late for crop substitution with this one because they are about to harvest it.
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