In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1historial masculineantecedenteswith his track record no one will employ him — con su historial nadie lo va a emplear
- a novelist with a long track record — un novelista de larga trayectoria
- Given the organisers' track record it may not be so long before their wish is granted.
- He was referring to his track record of chairmanship in numerous organizations.
- Nothing in his past particularly gives him a track record in these technologies.
- In fact, Irish mortgage customers have an excellent track record of repayments.
- We should try to be the best in whatever we do, so that people want to employ us for our excellent skills and track record.
- Now that man has a proven track record with us, so don't even think of asking us to choose between you.
- Given the organisation's track record, I wouldn't be surprised by either explanation.
- I rode against him at Eastbourne last week and he broke the track record.
- Despite the author's track record, the new book has received a number of highly critical reviews.
- His track record was smashed twice last night in the fastest speedway meeting ever held in Manchester.
- His track record, he says, is proven, but he is helpless if others choose to ignore it.
- They also warn that the Government's track record on hi-tech projects suggests it could prove a shambles.
- This all worked well seeing that I managed to set the new track record.
- Then comes the disturbing news that there was a new track record of 43-thousandths of a second.
- There is a proven track record of prejudice, narrow thinking and incompetent advice.
- It was heart-breaking because he conceded 23 lb to the winner and they smashed the track record.
- Each member of the consortium has a proven track record in the field of supported employment.
- Her track record in politics however suggests that there is an authoritarian streak in her.
- If you hire someone who has a good reputation and track record, then put your faith in him or her.
- It should also have a strong historical track record in terms of growth and profitability.
- He recommends sticking to firms that have a track record because they have proved that they know how to run the funds.
- He speaks with the authority of a man with a track record, but how much experience can he have at his age?
- It shows that a fund's past track record tells us nothing about its future performance.
- By now all good leaders have a track record and what they have achieved is there for anyone to point at.
- Third, public enquiries do not have a particularly good track record of producing useful conclusions.
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