In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1formal (in this way)asíde este modoit should be applied thus — debe aplicarse así / de este modo
- These results will be placed as pins on the world map and thus capture predefined squares.
- Thus did the poem even foreshadow the advent of e-mail, which, after the bombing, became the means by which the poem traveled.
- While thus engaged he was, under pretext of union, finally and fatally subjugated by the Scot.
- There is probably truth in all three scenarios, and perhaps to some degree it was ever thus.
- He didn't win, but he did gain a few laughs, thus setting in motion a phenomenal career.
- Bees fans at the game will be asked to hold the red card aloft as the players enter the pitch, thus showing the red card to Noades.
- The embryo thus created was implanted in her and its gestation monitored.
- One wonders how people can find it in them to attend church after priests had betrayed them thus.
- The staff gave all their love, care and support, thus enabling me to overcome my fears.
- Can someone retitle this thread so it's spelt properly, and thus easier to find?
- These operations cut or break the residue into smaller pieces, mix soil and residue, and speed winter weathering, thus making the residue more susceptible to decomposition.
- We trust that the author may be pardoned for speaking thus of his results.
1.2(by this means)she refused, thus provoking a storm of protest — se negó, provocando con ello una lluvia de protestas
- The expectations of both patients and evaluators may thus have biased the results.
- They thus had the right, so they implied, to seize control of any Buddhist temple whenever they chose.
- The results may thus be subject to bias if differential outcomes between treatments change over time.
- Retention is thus the new key word in debates about education in Britain.
- Our survey results thus confirm reports that civilians were often direct victims of the war in Angola.
- Why now is there talk of forcing us to pay for the use of what is ours by right, thus increasing the cost of living?
- Two more persons were killed and thus in all three persons died during the disturbances.
- In this sense, a human sperm cell is a potential adult human, and thus a potential person.
- The number of patents is thus the measurable result of the R&D efforts of a country.
- The Sunday thus proved something of an anti-climax, with three convincing results.
- It thus seems unlikely that our results were biased by responses under the patients' control.
- The experience of family life is thus the prior education presupposed by a free society.
- For me it is easier to not lose a game than to win it, thus I produce better results in stronger tournaments.
- By coinciding, however, they did result in a distinct drop in diversity and thus in a mass extinction.
- Both umpires claimed that they were unsighted, and were thus forced to give Somny the benefit of the doubt.
- The park should thus be seen as part of the real estate speculation and developments in the area.
- It will probably be shallower, and thus more dangerous, and followed by scores of aftershocks.
- The roof was stripped in the same year and thus spelt the demise of the milling industry in Durrow.
- The question must thus be raised as to whether or not the season was a success or disappointment.
- There is thus a strong argument for keeping clinical and economic results together.
2(consequently)por lo tantopor consiguiente formalI was only 17 and thus unable to vote — solo tenía 17 años y por lo tanto no podía votar
3.1literary (to this extent)tanthus fondly — tan cariñosamente
- The local government has thus far built shelters to accommodate people from the area.
- Because no one has thus far exposed the pattern, each attack may seem plausible on first impression.
- One of my regrets in life thus far is the people I have let drift out of my life.
- Here we propose a framework that explains many of the thus far contradictory results.
- An active week of trading produced the highest weekly volume for the year thus far.
- The breakneck speed of the advance has disguised thus far how thin on the ground the allies are.
- We have gone a long way thus far and therefore we cannot afford to be again divided by racism.
- They have won three and drawn two of there five games thus far and sit proudly on top of the table.
- It is an important exercise that can not be left to the minority few who have registered thus far.
- This is likely why the Irish response to immigration has been so conflicted thus far.
- History, as they say, has thus far proven the best judge of the rightness of this tactic.
- Labossiere believes the work of the hate crime team has thus far been successful.
- In what ways have you been responsible for improving the quality of student life thus far?
- They have thus far failed to realise that the process will take a long time and extended effort.
- Now you are the only one that knows what actually happened and thus far you have kept your cards very close to your chest.
- His only experience of the famous encounter thus far came in October when he ended the match on the losing side.
- I've resisted commenting on this phenomenon thus far, but I can keep silent no more.
- How many of us take what we're handed on a platter because nothing better has come along thus far?
- Its success thus far seems to be down to certain key ingredients, not least the fact that this is a real family affair.
- I'm a little concerned about some of the comments attached to the Christmas stories thus far.
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