In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1it's a trade-off between price and quality — hay que sacrificar un poco la calidad para conseguir un buen precio
- the side effects are a reasonable trade-off for long term recovery — la recuperación definitiva bien compensa las molestias de los efectos secundarios
- Through their activity, animals can adaptively balance trade-offs between food and safety.
- Essentially the decision comes down to a trade-off between features and portability.
- There's inevitably a trade-off between keeping company or continuing a conversation with them and keeping moving.
- The author writes a good deal about the limitations of security protocols, and the trade-offs between good security and other desirable things.
- Politicians make compromises and trade-offs to secure what is in their view the best for their constituents.
- You need trade-offs in society, and we're not in a situation to say better rich and healthy than sick and poor.
- There may often be a trade-off between portability and ownership, and so users may have to decide which is more important.
- Nor, for once, does the good ride mean a trade-off in compromised handling.
- Security is a trade-off, and the trade-offs in the Patriot Act were extreme.
- Coercion and trade-offs are replaced with creative alternatives, and compromise with synthesis.
- This article does not discuss these oscillators at length but highlights some of the feature trade-offs.
- Consequently, a trade-off has been predicted between competitive ability and flooding tolerance.
- A long-discredited hypothesis to explain this holds that substituting carbs and sugar for fat is a bad trade-off.
- Of course there is a trade-off between such advantages of large cells and the disadvantages of slower cell multiplication.
- Consider trade-offs between rapid supply responses and quality control.
- Having tight control like this is a trade-off for a nuanced and complex narrative.
- It is a trade-off that continues into the era of digital cellular telephones.
- Our objective this year is to win a race even if we have to compromise our championship position somewhat, we will make the trade-off.
- There is a trade-off between perfection on the one hand and speed, economy, and finality on the other hand.
- At last, farmers escaped from the vicious trade-off between soil exhaustion and leaving land idle.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.