In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1empujarsacarclavarhe thrust her against the wall — la empujó contra la pared
- she thrust her head out of the window — sacó la cabeza por la ventana
- he thrust out his chest — sacó pecho
- to thrust sth at sb
- she thrust the book at me — me tendió el libro bruscamente / con agresividad
- to thrust sth into sth
- he thrust his knife into the bundle — clavó su cuchillo en el fardo
- he thrust his sword into the ground — clavó / hincó su espada en la tierra
- he thrust his hands into his pockets — se metió las manos en los bolsillos
- they thrust him into the room — lo metieron a la fuerza en la habitación
- he was thrust into the role of … — le impusieron el papel de …
- she thrust the thought to the back of her mind — apartó la idea de la cabeza
- he thrust his way into the crowded hall — entró abriéndose paso a empujones entre la gente que abarrotaba la sala
- It was only through the abdication of Edward VIII in 1936, that, suddenly, she was thrust into the limelight, and became our Queen.
- Rae dropped his sword from tired, numb fingers, and he saw the Guardian's blade sail through the air as it was thrust at his chest.
- This endless cycle of doctors being thrust at you like hot bullets from a machine gun has far too much potential for deadly mishaps and malpractice.
- She gasped suddenly, thrusting a hand to her head, pushing back her styled hair abruptly and entangling her fingers in it.
- An empty, demanding hand is thrust at us, and we press money into it.
- It was the shot line, and without thinking he thrust out his hand to grab it.
- I shot him a look, but was soon ambushed by a sheaf of papers being thrust at me.
- I've got a huge family and suddenly she has been thrust into the middle of this completely different way of life.
- It was a woman photographer, with dyed blonde hair showing from beneath her headscarf, who thrust me most violently out of her way.
- Suddenly being thrust on to the opposite side of the fence was something of a culture shock.
- Suddenly she thrust her fist forward and struck the wall.
- So how does such a creative, quietly self-possessing group of young men handle the fame and fortune that has so suddenly been thrust upon them this year?
- A black van pulled up, badges were thrust at me after the door opened, and I hopped in.
- A full paper bag was thrust at her, and the door shut, leaving her in stifled silence.
- Burly Paddy, who's at the helm, suddenly thrusts a fishing rod into my hand.
- Suddenly, John is thrust into a whole new world of motion, music, camaraderie and passion.
- He sounded rather quizzical and calm despite the equivalent of an Uzi being thrust at his throat.
- They wax garrulous when mikes are thrust at them, and queue up, or SMS furiously to get on to reality shows.
- He was living the rock and roll lifestyle, going to endless parties where free champagne was thrust at him and he took advantage of it.
- Then the bowl is thrust at me with battered wooden chopsticks and a porcelain spoon.
- I'm there again, fighting at the bar for a drink and suddenly a hand is thrust in front of me.
1(with sword)dar estocadasto thrust at sb — tirarle una estocada a algn
2(push)he thrust past me — pasó por mi lado apartándome bruscamente
- the army thrust south — el ejército se abrió camino hacia el sur
1.1(with sword)estocada feminine
- It nearly broke his heart when he heard her cry out in pain as the joint was put back into place by a powerful thrust by his palm.
- Another blow cracked at her backside, and a sweeping thrust knocked her off her feet.
- Michael parried the weapon with a quick thrust from his left arm and launched his tightened right fist forward.
- In individual contests the student is required to execute free techniques against frontal attacks, thrusts, etc.
- With a powerful thrust of her tail, she pulled him to the surface.
- It wasn't long before I began to predict the frogs' underwater routes by watching the wakes left by the powerful thrusts of their hind legs.
- Flying prey can be caught by the crocodilians leaping into the air with thrusts of their powerful tail.
- Sidestepping to the left will cause your character to slash in a spinning arc, while rolling forward and attacking initiates a lunging thrust.
- He paused before delivering a powerful thrust that skewered the water creature beyond healing.
- Palladini does not agree with those of his colleagues who believe that point thrusts should be executed with an exceptionally long lunge.
- Bryce's shout brought him out of the darkness with a violent thrust of his arm.
- Chiyotaikai, who was handed his fourth straight loss of the 15-day tourney, went on the attack in the penultimate bout with a barrage of arm thrusts.
- Likewise, contrary to the misapprehensions of fencing historians, thrusts were not delivered in stabbing or jabbing action.
- At any rate, it must be said that even the best mail and padding would not be proof against a strong thrust from such weapons.
- She pulled back on the spear and launched it forward, but I blocked the thrust with my sword.
- He took this chance to land a quick thrust to the shoulders.
- The girl quickly reacted to the man's attack with a strong thrust to the back of his neck.
- Instead of parrying, Celia crouched under the blade's arc and reprised with an upward thrust of her own weapon.
- Lee then began to send a barrage of lightning fast thrusts and she continued to evade every single attack with a large grin on her face.
- Andris jerked back from the sudden thrust of the blade, but he'd been just a little slow.
- Like most herons, they capture prey with sudden thrusts of their bills.
- He drew his knife and threw himself into a series of lightning-quick thrusts, parries, lunges, and dodges.
- Eventually, if he is successful, he kills the bull with a single thrust between the shoulder blades.
- The duel began with a sudden lunge on his part; the shallow thrust was parried decisively to the right with a thin screech of metal against metal.
- For several minutes he ducked and dived under knife thrusts, but he was tiring fast and couldn't see how he could seriously retaliate, short of disarming the man.
1.3(advance, attack)ofensiva feminine
- At the time, Dr. Ink praised this move as gutsy, a daring thrust into enemy territory.
- Chelios, in fact, is at his best when he rubs a player out along the boards in his own end to stop an offensive thrust, then sends the puck up the ice to a teammate and joins in the rush.
- By participating in such activities, the ‘new’ Irish domestic servant countered the thrust of forced assimilation.
- After repelling Oxford's more determined thrusts, City broke free from their shackles as a Richard Hope shot from 25 yards was deflected wide for a corner.
- Then, starting on April 3, U.S. divisions began making violent thrusts into Baghdad, first seizing the airport.
- Then, as Tolbukhin parried further German armoured thrusts, Malinovsky mounted an attack on Buda.
- The raids of the defenders were generally relieved by big thrusts carried out by forces far superior to those of the attackers.
- As they go into battle, simultaneous armoured thrusts will be launched from Kuwait and Turkey.
- If an attacker can be made to believe that his offensive thrust will fail, then the defense will not be challenged.
- They have described massive thrusts by armour from all sides; airborne attacks to take out Baghdad; vast seaborne raids.
- The first thrust into the city was from the western front.
- A criticism levelled at Inveraray is that the attacking thrust is often thwarted by over-elaboration among the forwards.
- Spectators did not have to wait long for the thrust of the second half to manifest itself.
- He leaped; a powerful thrust of his wings bore him away from his assailant.
- The occasional offensive thrusts were, in fact, part of an overall defensive scheme adopted to allow the general and his staff to determine how best to counter the tribesmen.
- In late March 1942, No.75 Squadron hurriedly deployed to Port Moresby in the face of initial Japanese air thrusts against the city.
- Sparta still carry the greater thrust from midfield.
2(general direction)this is consistent with the thrust of their reforms — esto es coherente con el carácter / la tendencia general de sus reformas
- the (main) thrust of the report is that … — la idea central del informe es que …
3.1(impetus)empuje masculinefuerza feminine
- The idea is to be as frictionless as possible, so you don't need much forward thrust to get moving.
- Quickly the acceleration compensators countered the thrust of the engines, and he was comfortable again.
- The thrust of the turbo-jet engine was limited at high Mach numbers by the allowable turbine inlet temperature.
- The thrust vector control is fully integrated into the digital flight control system.
- One of the most important considerations in flight is the balance of forces maintained between thrust, drag, lift, and weight.
- A solar-powered ion engine could therefore not compete with the large thrust of a chemical rocket.
- In either case, the total thrust of the trijet will be more than 18,000 lb.
- This stroke must generate thrust as well as lift; it requires an airfoil with aerodynamic integrity.
- The burn marks at the site did not indicate sufficient thrust to lift a large vehicle, according to Hynek.
- Most (but not all) commercial jets have reverse thrust, which redirects engine thrust to help stop the aircraft.
- The engines available back then were going to have to be pushed about 20 percent to get the kind of thrust needed, according to Dassault.
- When a propeller produces thrust, aerodynamic and mechanical forces are present that cause the blade to vibrate.
- The goal of a turbofan engine is to produce thrust to drive the airplane forward.
- After liftoff, at nearly 100 percent of rated thrust, the engine throttles back momentarily.
- Very large, lightweight propellers provide sufficient thrust to keep the airship on station.
- The propulsive thrust that can be produced by these types of waves has been calculated.
- The pilot, however, coolly opened his throttles and used the forward thrust of his engines to pull him to a stop.
- Ion propulsion is a method of propulsion that uses electrical rather than chemical forces to generate thrust for a spacecraft.
- But with enough rocket thrust and the correct positioning, you come back to earth.
- Scientists scoffed at jets, believing they couldn't generate enough thrust to fly.
3.2Aerospace Aviation Nauticalpropulsión feminine
- The tubes resist lateral thrust caused by bead-cable tension forces that are contained within the overall assembly.
- Its main longitudinal arch thrust is held by six pre-stressed concrete ties, which are fixed into the abutment foundations.
- The result is for the roof thrust to have a greater chance of being folded.
- However, these geometries will exist only in a patch in the roof thrust.
- To resist lateral thrust, the design includes tie beams of posttensioned concrete beneath the foundation slab.
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