In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(agreement)unidad feminineit endangered the national/party unity — hizo peligrar la unidad nacional/del partido
- unity is strength — la unión hace la fuerza
- We were told that it was to maintain stability, unity and peace.
- Germany's economic unity was to be preserved, though this was undermined by the decision that each power could take reparations from its own occupied territories.
- But more significant, he adds, is that the royal family is being required to cement the political and symbolic unity of a United Kingdom when that unity is under unprecedented strain.
- The unity of the United States was effected under the Presidency of Abraham Lincoln, who introduced the transcontinental railway system.
- It is highly unlikely that they would allow any internal or external factor to trifle with their unity or a united platform to promote and preserve their interests.
- Siva's followers who are parents preserve family unity and teach responsibility by not granting youth financial independence.
- In 1973 a plan for unity entitled Towards a United Church was produced.
- Instead of a coherent whole expressing an organic unity through every aspect of its being, the engineers hand us a bag of separate traits.
- The political testament, which we set out below, reflects the firm desire of the majority of the peoples of this country for a form of government which will ensure freedom, equality and unity of the new nation.
- Through them, they endeavor to attain harmonious unity with God, their fellow humans, and nature.
- If you challenge their conception of society and politics, then they say you are a threat to national unity or to peace and order and stability.
- Most European leaders realize that a policy of opposing the United States makes European unity impossible.
- It is the greatest threat to communal harmony, democracy, secularism, peace, progress, unity and integrity of our motherland.
- Today, though, the economic unity of the extended family has broken down.
- Can the European Union retain a unity of purpose as it expands to 25 members?
- The new political context imposed institutional unity.
- We are busy in forging unity so that a united platform is formed to launch a joint fight for the goal.
- The referendum at the end of an interim period of unspecified duration would be held in the context of territorial unity.
- Such regimes put up a veneer of stability, unity and consensus, just as democracies project a misleading veneer of weakness.
- All three voices joined together in sudden unity.
2(wholeness, oneness)unidad femininethe three unities — las tres unidades
- Her voice modulation is of the highest caliber, very melodious, full of harmonious unity and solid stamina.
- I nearly fell back as it all suddenly came together for me, the pins and pieces of a great puzzle falling into harmonious unity.
- The key to recreating artistic unity is evidence.
- There are movies to see for their artistic unity, visual brilliance, or dramatic power.
- There Schlegel turned his attention not just to the production of harmonious unity in individual works of art but also to their reception by the spectator.
- As suggested above by Carr, however, there is not a clear, unambiguous macrostructure for the book; and this makes for a complex unity.
- In profile they display a unity of composition and graceful silhouettes that exceeds any preceding examples.
- The similarity between these tables and the ones made for the Gallery in Kensington in 1727 endows the whole group with a stylistic unity.
- Notwithstanding this jarring absence of any thematic unity, each piece itself is worth a read.
- He provides a degree of unity to the piece, by virtue of his repeated appearances.
- It would have also given more unity to the entire piece - made them all part of one bigger story.
- This notion of a complex unity of the book leads us to a second thesis.
- His work is well-known in Germany, and has gained popularity around the world for its unity and purity.
- With the Kennedy Center, I have the luxury of time - time to spend with the dancers, time to make ballets into some kind of artistic, humane unity.
- With a poetic twist on artistic unity, this film evokes the thought that we are subject to a very similar imprisonment, even in the comfort of our own culture.
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