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(stop, set aside)(payment/work) suspender
- While we ultimately know this film is a mockumentary, these techniques allow us to temporarily suspend our disbelief.
- Eventually, the stock exchange suspended trading in the stock.
- His version of events is plausible and it is easy to believe him but until more details emerge about the nature of the positive result absolute judgments must be suspended.
- Another bank had its operating license suspended for three months but was subsequently re-opened.
- The traders have been forced to temporarily suspend trading as they do not want any more clients to fall into this black hole.
- Recently Ryanair was forced to temporarily suspend services on its Strasbourg / London route.
- While immediate lay-offs have been temporarily suspended, the crisis continues with thousands of jobs among Rover's suppliers also under threat.
- Refreshments were served and the Ballinrobe Branch has now suspended its weekly meeting until September.
- Mainly, I feel I must suspend any judgement until next weekend, just because so much could change in the time remaining.
- I'm suspending this meeting until a later time when I can get everyone's complete attention and input.
- It's almost as if we experience an unease, a dislocation, because our freedom to move somewhere else is temporarily suspended.
- Cannier SME owners will suspend judgement until they see what real changes emerge in the kind of deals their banks are prepared to offer.
- When exploration had to be suspended temporarily because of bad weather the ladders rotted and the cave had to be re-rigged.
- The teachers said they were temporarily suspending further action after the meeting because they expected their demand would be dealt with.
- The weekly walk has been temporarily suspended due to a combination of bad weather and vacations.
- I pled guilty, paid a fine, and had my driver's license suspended for 30 days.
- The officials said all training programs have been suspended pending a comprehensive investigation into the incident.
- His driver's licence was suspended for 28 days pending his appearance.
- There were reports Thursday morning that evacuations had been suspended at least temporarily over security concerns.
- The market might be saturated, but it matters little for these ubiquitous hawkers, who can't even temporarily suspend or postpone their requirements of daily sustenance.
- Ticket sales at the Glasgow Film Theatre were temporarily suspended prior to a showing in late August.
- Since the problem of compensation for the land is unresolved, work on them should be suspended temporarily.
- Following the Thursday explosion, reports were circulated that claimed the security raid has been suspended and forces were ordered to retreat.
- Excursions to the glacier by horse-drawn carriage have been temporarily suspended and may not resume for the rest of the summer season.
- Eventually some of the remarks got a bit unpleasant and the ability to comment was temporarily suspended to allow everyone time to cool off.
1.2(defer, hold over)(decision/judgment) posponer(decision/judgment) postergar Latin Americasee also suspended sentence
2(debar, ban)(member) suspender(student) expulsar temporariamente(student) suspender Latin Americahe was suspended from office — fue separado de su cargo
3(hang)suspenderit seemed to hang suspended in mid air — parecía estar suspendido en el aire
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