In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(task)empresa femininetarea feminine
- Frankly, I don't think so, even if the undertaking should prove risky and difficult.
- The appetite for political consulting is triggered by the recognition that campaigning is an undertaking for professionals.
- He stressed that it will be a mammoth undertaking.
- Reprising his Oscar winning role was a risky undertaking.
- ‘The task ahead for you is a mammoth undertaking to ensure the continuation of our fishing industries,’ he told the 300 delegates.
- At-home hair coloring used to be a risky undertaking: Too often, hair ended up looking like a botched science experiment.
- ‘It would be a mammoth undertaking to have all the big countries and their supporters coming here,’ Smith admitted.
- From the beginning, however, the system was built on trust - a risky undertaking in a society where profit rarely takes a backseat to trust.
- Irrespective of the success of the government's latest initiative, eradicating poverty among such a large proportion of the population would prove a mammoth undertaking.
- As he suggests, it's a risky undertaking, but one the reader will believe worth the effort
- The 1956 Suez Crisis was a multilateral enterprise - an undertaking by France, Great Britain, and Israel.
- The task was a mammoth undertaking, requiring thousands of hours of research, writing, sourcing photographs and planning the events of the day itself.
- It has been a mammoth undertaking and is the culmination of many hundreds of hours of research, editing and printing.
- But in terms of practicality, getting it done, getting it written, getting it edited, a series would be a mammoth undertaking at this point.
- Keeping these items safe will be a mammoth undertaking.
- Building roads is an undertaking that is unlikely to get any cheaper any time soon.
- That's a big project, a huge undertaking, and I didn't necessarily understand how big it would be.
- From the start, it was clearly a mammoth undertaking, but Jack feels it was worth it.
- But the sympathetic atmosphere of the present occasion gives me the confidence to carry out such a risky undertaking.
- It was a mammoth undertaking, a five-year project in the planning, filmed over 15 months and involving over 90 speaking parts.
1.2(promise)promesa feminineno such undertaking has been given by them — no han garantizado tal cosa
- He has then given an undertaking that until the wife goes back to court, he will not seek to take the child from the wife's control.
- As a result of this agreement, doctors gave the health authorities an undertaking that they would resume overtime duties with immediate effect.
- Mr. Power gave an undertaking that potholes on the road would be filled and that adequate lighting would be provided on barrels while the work was ongoing.
- Much of the process is now automated, and the banks have given an undertaking that they will respond within five days.
- When we made the original deal we gave an undertaking that we would let the Council see what we are doing.
- If counsel breaches such an undertaking that can be dealt with.
- The station was asked to give an undertaking that it will present any argument or discussion about the new broadcast franchise in a fair and balanced way while it continues on the air.
- He said he gave residents an undertaking that he would deal with anti-social behaviour.
- He gave an undertaking that everything would be up and running before the end of this month.
- There is also an undertaking that the applicant had 28 days at that period of time in which to lodge the application.
- If there is to be an economy of scale we'd like an undertaking that the university will make sure there are going to be no compulsory job losses.
- The company in Italy has given us an undertaking that the lift will be operational by April 10.
- In the application, my learned friend said that, if it was to be granted, there was an agreement or, at least, there was an undertaking that costs would be paid in any event to the respondent.
- Well, the customs of marriage in the Roman Catholic Church include an additional requirement - that is, an undertaking that one will have children.
- Saplings will be given free of cost to all those who give an undertaking that they would take care of them.
- They were given an undertaking that this law would be passed.
- I had to sign an undertaking that I would come back and surrender myself to the authorities.
- He made it clear that, unless we issued him with an undertaking that we would not publish her name, he was instructed to seek an immediate interdict to prevent us naming her.
- We had an undertaking that we would be able to speak.
- The manager was very understanding of the problems encountered by the organiser this year and gave an undertaking that he would review procedures.
2(business of an undertaker)pompas fúnebres feminine
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