In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of objects, people)transporte masculinepublic transportation — transporte público
- He would like to find ways to reduce transportation costs and the labor dedicated to making sales.
- Right now, only the United States has the global and transportation resources to manage such a force.
- Today, the transportation of goods often involves greater distances and requires careful coordination.
- However, the mass transportation of livestock around the country will clearly have to be looked at.
- He suspects this is due to the interstate transportation of game farm animals.
- Continuous position determination is an absolute must for monitoring storage and transportation of dangerous goods.
- Was there actual evidence from your client that the tobacco leaf was cut in order to enable it to fit into bags for easy transportation?
- The price of oil affects transportation costs, which in turn affect the price of food.
- Governments and people on both sides have wished for direct cross-strait transportation for many years.
- If this scheme is carried out, it could help reduce transportation costs.
- Could changes in fuel and transportation costs have an impact on your business?
- There are transportation costs, company profits - all that sort of thing.
- The low-grade ore was segregated on the dump, awaiting the arrival of cheap rail transportation to the district.
- But the handicapped person faces extra medical and transportation costs.
- For bulk goods these conditions led to high transportation costs and long delays in delivery.
- As the overruns were probably stolen, there would be the crime of interstate transportation of stolen goods.
- Using locally available material minimises transportation costs and helps the local economy.
- Now we already have cargo transportation to China from Kaohsiung via Xiamen.
- The global transportation of building materials and other related resources carries other impacts.
- I was appointed to a committee by the Transportation Research Board to examine freight transportation needs for the 21st century.
- The businesses that exist to service these launching needs form an international space transportation industry.
- People are also still choosing to use sea transportation rather than traveling by land to avoid danger.
- Bus transportation companies are preparing to increase their prices by five per cent.
- Most ports are well linked to local and intercity rail transportation.
- Most also had significant complaints about the lack of support for sustainable transportation in their cities.
- Cutting carbon emissions also means restructuring our transportation systems.
- What other fun is there in connection with today's air transportation system?
- More now on the massive nearly $300 billion transportation bill just passed by Congress.
- Low-cost public transportation is provided by postal buses.
- In Britain, rural public transportation is often provided with postal vans offering seating for regular passengers.
- No public transportation is available that could take her all the way to work.
- We should build a new generation of less expensive and safer space transportation to replace the Shuttle.
- The result would be a degraded air transportation system that would put a huge dent in economic prosperity.
- So we're well protected in the air transportation system of the United States.
- Officials say the duo were seen photographing transportation systems, such as subways and buses.
- Consider walking, riding a bike, or using mass transportation.
- A few cultures, most notably China, also built canals to extend the river transportation network.
- The national health and transportation service networks have collapsed.
- The transportation system was running perfectly underneath the Canadian soil.
- The attacks have put everything from transportation systems to personal information at risk.
(of convicts)deportación feminine
- For a long time in Australia, probably the main industry was the transportation of convicts from the United Kingdom.
- This agitation ended an unpopular attempt by the British government to renew convict transportation.
- One area where she made important changes was in the treatment of prisoners sentenced to transportation to the colonies.
- A prisoner's condition and life signs should be monitored before, during and after transportation.
- One of the prisoners taken on board that day was John Bentcliffe, who had been imprisoned at Portland awaiting transportation.
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