In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
(item)unidad feminine(price/cost) (before noun) por unidad(price/cost) (before noun) unitariothe plant manufactures 10,000 units a month — la planta produce 10.000 unidades al mes
- It has been brought to my attention that gold certifications are based on the number of units shipped, not sold.
- He paid, but called me later and said the per unit cost didn't work out to what he thought.
- Beth's priority is the quality of her song-writing as opposed to the number of units sold.
- Though the cups have to be heated properly before sale, it again could make its unit cost price shoot up.
- This may be one of the greatest films ever made, but if you can't generate the kind of awareness you need to sell a number of units, your budget's going to be pretty tight.
- At one point, the number reached as high as 100,000 units, representing about $600 million in finished inventory.
- That's because falling unit costs increase the profit margin on each good or service sold.
- Doubling the size of a factory does not necessarily double the costs of production, so the unit cost of production falls.
- It is the professed goal of these international firms to obtain the lowest unit production costs on a worldwide basis.
- Rising car sales spread those high costs over more units, but battery manufacturing capacity is still constrained.
- In many industries, economies of scale are available to firms, so that as they grow bigger, their unit costs fall.
- With unit costs down, companies don't have to squeeze pay as much as they have in past periods of weakness.
- The bigger the centrifuge, the larger the capacity - you get more output per machine and cut your unit cost.
- The unit cost for manufacturing any current intraocular lens probably does not exceed £10 anywhere.
- This was designed to cut the high unit cost of producing milk during the four off season months when production is about one tenth of the peak summer volume.
- The third alternative is to produce a commodity at a lower unit cost than anyone else can.
- I wanted a quality product, more than I wanted to shift large numbers of units.
- Second, the price of anything that can be manufactured in a silicon fabrication plant will plummet as the number of units shipped increases.
- Rather, they should ignore the money they've already spent, and set their prices to sell the number of units that gets them the greatest profit.
- Relying too much on markets for either input supplies or sales outlets places the low unit cost of production that comes with economies of scale at risk.
(part, machine)unidad femininegenerator unit — grupo electrógeno masculine
- GPS units are also safety devices as well as conveniences.
- The Parisian shows, says Hütter, marked the start of a new chapter as the band's portable studio has been shrunk to four laptop-sized keyboard units.
- Understandably, today's active lighting is far more sophisticated than the old mechanical units.
- Separate toner and drum units reduce running costs and the first page comes out in under seven seconds.
- This may be due to the fact that while their external appearance is mechanical, their processing units are primarily organic.
- The right to privacy has been held to attach to families as units, not to their individual members.
- The antenna unit that contains the transmitter and receiver is connected to the display with a multi conductor cable.
- Duties are also grouped according to whether they are owed to individuals or to larger units such as the family, society, or the state.
- One drawback of the mechanical units is that they are limited in volume.
- Raised in fragmented family units, more of us live by ourselves.
- There was another member to our family unit but he decided he preferred the pub and his single life than spending time with his family.
- Draw the lucky straw and you may have a wonderful childhood regardless of the ingredients of the family unit.
- Each unit has its own heating and air conditioning units contained in the mechanical room.
- Children don't have specific rights in the Constitution as Article 41 protects the family unit based on marriage.
- Half of all their families are single-parent units.
- The reason is that mechanical traction units are effective in nuclear disc lesions, and recurrence of pain after back surgery.
- He notes that mechanical units have a finite life determined by hours of run time and regular periodic maintenance programs.
- Under no circumstances will any unit or individual be permitted to act contrary to the law.
- They chose to film my boys together as one unit… instead of individuals.
- Meanwhile, dairies that employ mechanical refrigeration units can take note of recent advancements in those systems as well.
- In the standard configuration, separate light emitter and detector units are used.
- For an additional charge, Beretta can replace the trigger unit with a mechanical version.
- The lead children don't gel convincingly as a family unit and their performances, on the whole, are stilted.
- These units incorporated mechanical gyroscopes and while the aircraft were fitted with sextants, it was the INUs that became the primary means of navigation.
- This means that the Government will need to know whether every one of those 8 million Australians is in a family unit, is part of a couple or is a single.
- They lacked cohesion and, for the most part, played as 15 individuals rather than a single unit.
- Does the whole lipid always move as a single unit or could its motion proceed segment by segment?
- Together, these people form the components of a single unit.
- Final alignment is done with a device that pulls the units together to be bolted.
- This, in my view, clearly contemplates the structure as a whole, as a single unit, and not the component parts of it.
- In many instances one finds several customary family units occupying a single house, often residing in a bedroom each.
- Think of the back as one whole unit when you train, rather than breaking it down into its individual parts.
- Sri Lankan Americans live in single family units without relatives, although relatives may migrate to the same community.
- As the DSG gearbox is a mechanical unit, not a fuel sapping automatic type, fuel consumption is not adversely affected.
- As a matter of policy we should aim to keep the family as a single unit.
- Cooking, however, often is done within the constituent nuclear family units.
- Hard drives and recording devices such as CD-R units have not been included in the list of taxable media, but they are likely to be included at some point in the future.
- An interface switching device is connected to a keyboard unit and a computer.
- Also provided is a cord by which you can plug the unit into a video recording device.
- If you're selling an electronic gadget, the unit on display must be operable.
1.3(of furniture)módulo masculinekitchen units — módulos de cocina
- before noun unit furniture — muebles modulares / de módulos
- He can build cupboards, beds, chairs, television units - all kinds of furniture.
- Upstairs there are two double bedrooms to the front of the house, both with built-in wardrobes and sink units.
- It is fully tiled and has been fitted with a range of units and display cabinets.
- Showers will have screens instead of curtains, there will be heated towel rails and versatile drawers, shelves, cupboards and desk units.
- Open shelf units, closed cupboards and filing cabinets complementing the desks are available.
- A number of damaged units were removed from the kitchen.
- On the other hand the internal wall at the back of the lamia was up which made the kitchen and bathroom into real rooms and much easier to visualise where the fittings, worktops and units would go.
- A compact fitted kitchen with maple units and chrome fittings is located off the dining area to the rear of the house.
- It contains extensive wall and floor units, display cabinets and a hob, oven and extractor fan.
- It stocks all manner of furniture, from dressing tables and desks to entertainment units and bed bases.
- The fallen lumber was taken away and turned into kitchen units and a dining table.
- The bright en suite bathroom has a corner bath with telephone shower attachment, a bidet and a sink unit.
- A utility room off the kitchen includes a fitted broom cupboard, floor units and stainless steel sink.
- Tables, kitchen units and sideboards should also be avoided.
- She also carries out these effects on furniture, including kitchen units, dining sets, chairs, mirrors.
- Also to the front is a double bedroom which is currently used as a study and which includes a wooden desk, bookcases and several shelving units.
- Handcrafted wooden furniture, desktop units, lamps and even a handcrafted electric guitar was also exhibited.
- The kitchen is fitted with maple units and display cabinets as well as a breakfast bar, while an adjoining conservatory area has a pitched glass ceiling and another set of patio doors.
- The kitchen has maple wall and floor units with integrated display cabinets and a wine rack.
- All of the rooms are large and the kitchen is fully fitted with solid wood units and stainless steel fittings.
1.4(building)office units to rent — se alquilan oficinas
- multi-family unit — grupo habitacional
2.1(group)unidad femininetank/cavalry unit — unidad blindada/de caballería feminine
- the family unit — la familia
- I have long been a fan of the concept of embedded media with military units in wartime.
- The initiative places reporters alongside military units on the front lines.
- A guidon is traditionally carried by cavalry units in battle and marks the rally point for the troops before commencing the battle.
- Times when the enemy ‘entered by force’ with infantry or cavalry units have passed.
- The Army does not command and control contractors in the way it commands and controls military units and soldiers.
- A legion was a military unit of the Roman army made up of infantry and supporting cavalry numbering three to six thousand men.
- Many members of the unit are police officers or prison guards who will be returning to those jobs.
- Journalists who signed a contract with the military were embedded with units in every military branch.
- Some instruction is for military units, such as Special Forces training in Mali and Senegal.
- With reporters wed to a military unit on the battlefield, the relationship would be symbiotic.
- It is used by active duty military personnel in field units and will not present any physical hazards to the soldier.
- You may well see units coming from a number of smaller NATO countries.
- The situation in Java was much like a repeat of the Philippines, and the Allied aerial units were once again decimated by an aggressive enemy.
- This produced numerous field executions and the frequent use of decimation against undisciplined units.
- No fewer that 13 separate units are represented within the group.
- A comparatively low level of casualties can demoralize both individual military units and the entire army.
- Land, sea, and air units are represented as well as the gendarmerie.
- The book unemotionally depicts the reality that Red Army rifle units experienced in the war, warts and all.
- The Red Army used infantry and cavalry units to move more resolutely and to a deeper depth.
- But when Greek army and navy units mutinied in Egypt in April 1944 there were a number of deaths.
2.2(department)servicio masculinecentro masculinethe central coordinating unit — la central coordinadora
- The bottom line is that we must see action, not more mobile police stations or eye-in-the-sky units.
- The failure was that of the police unit and not of the witness.
- She said car crime had gone down and that the police had introduced off-road units, or police officers on motorbikes, to target these kinds of crimes.
- I've just spent four days working at the anti-terrorist unit in Paddington Green police station, west London.
- A number of units arrived on the scene within a matter of minutes and broke through the locked gates to where the contents of a skip were ablaze.
- Prospective recruits for police dog units would undergo similar psychological tests before being taken on.
- He said detectors had been commonly used in the United States for many years but only a small number of casualty units in Britain had them, among them the Northern General in Sheffield.
- Those figures do not even include the amounts allocated to police and forensics units that work with the prosecution.
- Specifically excluded from this study were specimens obtained from intensive care units and emergency departments.
- Many police forces have introduced units to tackle vandalism, fire-raising and violence between security firms.
- Post-apartheid South Africa has trained domestic violence units in its police force.
- If several people in a unit or department want flexible schedules, it may not be feasible to accommodate all of them.
- We would be called ever so often to augment police units at checkpoints and roadblocks on days when tension ran high.
- The Government also aims to increase the numbers of learning support units, which allow disruptive children to be taken out of the classroom and taught separately.
- The college has set up a number of teaching units at the cattle market in Gargrave Road, all linked to agriculture and the countryside.
- The unit will offer international standard risk management services to Indian companies.
- Some experts predict the situation will get worse and spread across Scotland as a result of a government review which will see a number of maternity units close as care is centralised.
- Critical care units represent the apex of technically intensive American medicine.
- It wants the number of armed response units on patrol in Scotland to be increased and for it to be made easier for trained officers to gain access to weapons to deal with incidents involving firearms.
- He said the new head of homicide is one of the best qualified officers of color in the department to run the unit.
3.1Mathematicsunidad femininetens and units — unidades y decenas
- The number of pips showing on the ten are the units digit of the score, and the total number of pips showing on the Jack and Queen (which may be face up or face down) are the tens digit.
- When writing an integer in decimal we use, essentially, a units column, a tens column, a hundreds column, a thousands column, and so on.
- In writing down the score, all scores are divided by 10 with fractions rounded down (i.e. the units digit is omitted).
- The Romans represented units, tens, hundreds, and thousands as separate items in their numbers.
- In words, what we want is to chop off the units digit, multiply it by something suitable, then either add it to or subtract it from our truncated number.
3.2(of measurement)unidad femininea unit of currency/area — una unidad monetaria/de superficie
- The first three approaches quantify value in monetary units.
- It is common to quantify changes in response to the intensity of selection in terms of units of standard deviation.
- Particle physicists measure energy in units of electron volts.
- Measurement of prices would be adjusted for changes in terms of such discrete units of computer power or memory.
- By using standard units of measurement on every project and by keeping close records of other material cost quotes, you may not even need to ask suppliers for prices.
- The quotation documents were drafted using the quantities and units of measurement we estimated earlier.
- Great video clips help children solve problems, including using non - standard units of measurement to weigh whales and dolphins.
- Equally of interest at the exhibition are the charts listing the different quantities and units used for weights and measures in this land.
- Degrees of acidity are expressed scientifically in terms of ph units, lower values indicating greater acidity.
- This is the antilog in terms of the original unit of measurement that defines the 50th percentile.
- Poker chips are recommended, with the white chips representing 5 units, the reds 20, and the blues 1000.
- The 42-gallon barrel is still a standard unit of measurement in the oil industry, though.
- The kilogram is the only one of the seven basic units of the international measurement system defined by a physical artifact rather than a natural phenomenon.
- The mean difference is expressed in terms of standard deviation units.
- In Table 1, these data are expressed in measurement units per kilogram of body weight.
- Standard decimal units of length were established in China around 200 BC and later further subdivisions occurred.
- This is a standard unit for measuring particle physics energy scales.
- Remember that frequency has units of radians per second.
- Meters and kilometers are the units of measurement used throughout this book.
- Values are given in units per minute per milligram of protein and represent the results of at least three separate experiments with standard errors shown.
(credit)hora de trabajo académico que cuenta para la obtención de un título
- Poems may be studied in an integrated curriculum or in separate units of study.
- The school exerted pressure on Ms. Stacey to complete a certain number of mathematics units before the school year was over.
- Discover more about springboard materials, booster lessons, and view summer numeracy schools' units of work.
- Teachers spend approximately eight weeks teaching lessons from these units.
- Continuing education units are awarded for their completion.
- Continuing education units are available for many of the classes.
- At other times, specialists chose units of study already imbedded in their curriculums.
- Most of the college units and courses on the National Qualifications catalogue have been designed and developed by the colleges themselves.
- It's interesting that few teachers have a unit of sports or use sports books to hook their students.
- During this block, the teacher candidates teach units in each of the subject areas.
- After a few months, all units in refresher courses will also be available.
- At several of the sites, teachers within grade levels developed thematic units on which both bilingual and regular classroom students worked.
- Always remember, the units described here are to supplement your core curriculum.
- Continuing education units were granted after completion of each unit assessment.
- Include multiple author units in your school year.
- With access to this website you have hundreds of Internet links that correspond to your units being studied.
- Does the book help meet curricular objectives or enhance the thematic units being studied?
- Those who complete the online course will receive 0.2 continuing education units.
- Students brainstorm words they know that are related to their unit of study and that begin with the different letters of the alphabet.
- Ganma entails more than including compulsory units of Aboriginal studies into the existing curriculum.
4.2(in educational course)módulo masculineunidad feminine
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