In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The road, both a participant in and a generator of vistas, becomes a surrogate for the human presence.
- It's experts who can inspect, audit, and review, acting as surrogates for the importing party.
- Outcome surrogates must be carefully validated to avoid misleading results.
- Like language, these photographs are surrogates for reality, full of meaning but incomplete in and of themselves.
- In contrast to true surrogates, estimator surrogates have true surrogates as their intended objects of representation.
- Some Balts hoped that, if and when they joined the EU, it would be a surrogate for a formal military alliance.
- Using outcome surrogates can decrease both study duration and sample size.
- The sequence-structure distance can be interpreted as a surrogate for the difference in energies between an ancestral and a descendant protein.
- A written informed consent was obtained from patients' surrogates after describing the nature and the purpose of the study.
- In addition, a modified version of the portfolio traveled to sixteen venues between 1935 and 1937, with the photographs serving as surrogates for the objects themselves.
- In an ordinary presidential election, the winner enjoys the right to call the shots on policy as the political surrogate for the electoral majority.
- Discuss the patient's need to make advance directives and to identify surrogates for medical and legal decision-making.
- People tend to project disgust properties onto groups of people in their own society who come to figure as surrogates for people's anxieties about their own animality.
- Not quite useful as measurements of scale, they could be understood to serve as surrogates for her own presence in the cinema of daily life.
- Whereas estimator surrogates, they argue, are subject to empirical justification, true surrogates are still dependent on convention.
- The use of personal anecdotes about a few hundred students and a secretary as surrogates for the world economy disappointed.
- Before enrollment in the study, each patient or the patient's designated healthcare surrogate provided written informed consent.
- Explorers became the conventional heroes of colonial Australia, surrogates for the warriors Australia did not have.
- In contrast, in the local strategy, some biodiversity surrogates may not achieve their target.
- In representing American economic interests in the absence of a tangible American presence, Fort Union was a surrogate for federal authority.
(in UK)masculine vicario
3(in US)juez femininejuez masculinejueza feminine
1(material) sucedáneohe's become a surrogate father to me — ha llegado a ser como un padre para mí
- (in UK) surrogate bishop — vicario del obispo
- surrogate motherhood
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.