In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1upsurge of/in sth — recrudecimiento de algo masculine
- there's a general upsurge of interest in his work — hay un renovado interés por su obra
- Rural areas are also reporting a boom in sales figures largely due to an upsurge in tourism because of the good summer.
- If they do that, they say that yes there will be a sudden upsurge in violence but it will only be short-term.
- With crime down, the city was experiencing an unprecedented upsurge in population after decades of drift.
- This increase in property market activity is clear from the latest lending figures which show an upsurge in the last few months.
- Intercommunal fighting continued fitfully, with occasional upsurges of intense violence.
- One of the reasons for the recent upsurge of ethnic violence is to be found in the failure of modern states to separate warring factions.
- The attack came amid a major upsurge in violence across the country that has left a thousand dead.
- In a cyclical pattern, relatively secular periods have been followed by religious upsurges.
- An apparent upsurge in juvenile delinquency heightened concerns about teenagers.
- The month of June has seen a big upsurge in visitors to the area.
- Analysts expect the collapse of peace talks to spark an upsurge in violence.
- Antique jewellery is another area where demand has seen an enormous upsurge in recent years.
- Fox argues that a new village development plan is needed to cater for the upsurge in interest in living in the area.
- Sadly there has been a recent upsurge in the number of preachers on the television asking for money.
- He rejected claims that nightclubs are big contributors to an upsurge in drinking and street violence.
- The recent upsurge in violence had forced a decision to cancel the scheduled tour, Merriman said.
- In recent weeks there has been an upsurge in optimism about our economic prospects.
- The placing of the one tax on land values would likewise result in an economic upsurge.
- Registration data highlights a recent upsurge in inflow of doctors to the country
- In this area there was an upsurge of helicopter activity and foot patrols.
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