In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in bank)cajero masculinecajera feminine
- The manager and the cop were still talking as the teller let the customer through the security gate.
- The cuts will affect few workers who deal directly with customers, such as tellers, he said.
- The bank teller, a big burly man, asked him to wait for one more moment.
- But the only jobs they were hiring women for in the bank were tellers and secretaries.
- Young women are given jobs in the most visible positions in the service sector, such as retail sales, bank tellers, and secretarial work.
- Queuing theory can be used to model the waiting queue at a bank teller or the flow of cars at the entrance of a bridge.
- Middle-class women commonly are employed as teachers and bank tellers, while upper-class women work as doctors, lawyers, engineers, and university teachers.
- The bank teller disappeared for another ten minutes.
- Bank tellers began strike action on January 31, in a dispute over a productivity drive.
- Inside the bank building, five robbers dressed in black cloaks and Halloween masks upheld a reign of terror over the helpless customers and bank tellers trapped inside.
- For example, 100 percent of our people, even part-time tellers, have stock options, so that's the company performance mechanism.
- One of them strikes up a relationship with the bank teller who opens their joint account, while the other two eventually tussle over loneliness and personal responsibility.
- It didn't quite work out like that: he has been a bank teller and a bookshop assistant, as well as an English teacher and an impoverished student.
- Jenna was a teller at the bank where Jamie's accounts were.
- On any given day, interaction with hairdressers, wait staff, bank tellers, and store clerks may be a challenging, if not frustrating experience.
- A growing number of workers, whether they are college professors, bank tellers, or quality control engineers, sit in front of computer terminals.
- He worked as a bank teller for nine months and saved $50.
- The bank teller accepted the cheque, having no reason not to do so, attached it to the deposit slip and forwarded it to the bank's processing depot.
- Operating room nurses, surgeons, bank tellers, cashiers and other people who must spend hours on their feet find compression hosiery helpful in combating circulatory problems and leg fatigue.
- French bank tellers are getting anxious as well.
2(of votes)escrutador masculineescrutadora feminine
- Nominations were finalised for the election of a new committee and we were pleased to welcome Mary who came to officiate also two ladies from Perry Street who acted as tellers and counted all the votes.
- Then, three tellers are chosen from among the cardinals, as well as three to bring the ballots of the sick, and three to review the results of the election.
- Extra tellers had to be brought in to cope with the rush.
- With no love lost between the rivals, there were two clear camps as 78 tellers flicked through the ballot papers.
- The tellers count all the votes any candidate has received.
3(of tale)narrador masculinenarradora feminine
- The incidence between the ferocious elephant Nalagiri and the Buddha is symbolic and the intervening time is the comprehension of the teller and the listener.
- According to her, one ‘has to be a good teller in order to write a good story and provoke reactions.’
- A MAN accused of murdering his best friend had such a reputation as a teller of tall tales that many of the witnesses he told about the stabbing refused to believe him, a jury heard yesterday.
- But Echo was a chatterbox and teller of tales, and many of her stories were lies about the other nymphs and the gods and goddesses.
- In the days before TV and movies, there were enough tellers of ghost stories to provide the same kind of thrills.
- He features there as the teller of one of the best stories in what is a most lively and amusing book.
- The teller demonstrated, lying on the ground with hands up and eyes wide for the benefit of Bonnie and her mother.
- The story may vary a little with the teller, the time and the place, but it is also a picture of what God did for man.
- The tellers of these tales usually neglect to mention that recycling, composting and public-education programs were introduced along with user pay.
- The ‘people of the sea’ are not just the selkies, but also the tellers of the tales, the human beings who peopled the sea with myth and meaning.
- This story, like every other story, ties the tellers to one another and to this place.
- His fictional Hoffmann is a great teller of tales, whose life is on the skids; Offenbach was a great entertainer, whose reputation had taken a turn for the worse, leaving him isolated and open to ferocious attack.
- ‘Tales on the rails will be a day out with a difference for all the family and with so many tellers gathered in the one place we'll need lots of listeners,’ she said.
- That battle had been fought like the battles of ancient times as heard first hand or even word of mouth by the tellers of tales of when the times were grim and the clash of steel echoed throughout the breath of the land.
- HE HAS the reputation of being an expert teller of engrossing tales on the large screen, and that was perhaps the reason why several people in the audience waited patiently to hear him speak.
- And, while a lie has been told, the teller is not yet a liar.
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