In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1usuario masculineusuaria femininebefore noun user group — grupo de usuarios masculine
- user identification — nombre de usuario
- A rear end of the lever is externally accessible to allow manipulation by the user.
- We have carried out a lot of focus groups with bus users and car users.
- Residents and users of the day centre in Browns Road have had lessons on their own computers and set up the web pages.
- The phone user will then press a single button to put them through to an operator who can connect them with the number they want to dial.
- In the late eighties, most personal computer users had a dot matrix impact printer.
- These functions also operate independently providing the user with complete control.
- Police today warned cash machine users to be alert after two men were spotted tampering with a dispenser.
- The user dials a telephone number from their mobile, and using caller ID, the system works out who is calling.
- The boxes also makes it harder for people to overlook cash machine users and makes it easier to shield pin numbers.
- The group wants users or potential users of the car park to come forward with more ideas.
- Residents, park users and schools want that new centre, perhaps even more than Mrs Bain does.
- And presumably it's only going to have a major effect on long-term users of the drug.
- Most of all, Templeton said, computer users needed to be aware of the perils.
- That seems to be interesting for some car users but is troublesome for most of us.
- Irish computer users have so far escaped the latest virus spreading over the internet.
- To operate the card a user would need to press a button on the card's surface and provide a password.
- The future of the rural economy and the wishes of the users of the record office have both been ignored.
- It will sport a trio of TV tuners enabling users to record three programmes simultaneously.
- The mobile operators are also treading uncertain ground where business users are concerned.
- Road users and residents say they are fed up with the constant gridlock and traffic mayhem.
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