In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- the company's name is synonymous with quality — el nombre de la compañía es sinónimo de calidad
- The effect was an immediate success as the griffin became a universally recognized symbol synonymous with quality.
- Inflation is not synonymous with rising prices, of course, but rather is the prime causative factor.
- The Bahamas, and Stuart Cove in particular, have since become synonymous with shark-feeding dives.
- One of those names that comes to mind is a man whose name is synonymous with wrestling.
- In the 400 years since, the Netherlands has become synonymous with this most beloved of spring flowers.
- Uncertainty is almost synonymous with the pharmaceutical industry - it comes with the territory.
- For years, the internet has been practically synonymous with anonymity.
- Granted, Chekhov's name is not synonymous with comedy, but this work shows he has a lighter side.
- The aim of The Gazette's campaign is to make this phrase something that our town and borough becomes synonymous with.
- Letting him go ends any association with an era that is, for many Russians, synonymous with corruption.
- Many feel cold and stark, which may seem synonymous with sanitary and hygienic but are not.
- The sport of boxing has always been synonymous with weird and wonderful stories about fighters and their deeds outside the ring.
- I for one do not share the view that the terms are essentially synonymous.
- The term ‘inner city’ has in the last thirty years become almost synonymous with deprivation.
- What becomes evident next is that for them defense is synonymous with aggression.
- However, clinical psychology is not synonymous with professional psychology.
- If at one point the terms were synonymous their meanings have gradually diverged.
- Before the nineteenth century, the national identity was synonymous with the peasantry.
- Not only does the garment instantly suggest dance, it is synonymous with classical ballet.
- Back in England, the phrase ‘mumbo jumbo’ became synonymous with rubbish rantings.
- Teaching about diversity is synonymous with a quality education in health care.
- No president since Nixon leaves office so synonymous with a major scandal.
- It is related to, but not synonymous with, hydrogen concentration or amount of acid.
- The place became synonymous with the burgeoning agitation and with the revolutionary Devlin.
- As such the characters have become synonymous with the band and, hopefully, have helped endear them to the public.
- It doesn't help that in many schools, fast foods are synonymous with school lunch.
- Cleanliness represented the first step to success and became synonymous with efficiency.
- In my teenage years vacations were synonymous with swimsuits and a train to the Jersey shore.
- Sustainability is not synonymous with renewability but it is strongly linked to it.
- Further, some authors use the term as being synonymous with replication origin.
- This crisis has proved that high income is not synonymous with a civic society that is independent and autonomous.
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