In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(variant form)versión femininean updated version of the opera — una versión actualizada de la ópera
- alpha/beta version — versión alfa/beta
- An edited version of this article recently appeared in The Age.
- The channel is also launching a revised version of its' Music Live ' programme.
- Actually, I mainly seem to be downloading cover versions and remixes.
- There are tentative plans to introduce a PDF version of each event.
- A media frenzy ensued, and now London-based Salt Publishing has produced a print version of the hugely popular anthology.
- Translations are regarded by Muslims as new versions of the holy book, rather than as translations in the conventional sense.
- The truly horrific adaptation, however, remains the 1933 version starring Charles Laughton, titled Island of Lost Souls.
- He has noted that his work would present the layman's version of the historical events.
- Both versions feature distinct and believable characters, erring on the side of naturalism.
- Associate Editors access the PDF version of the manuscript and assign potential reviewers.
- I hope you enjoy this year's version of the tale.
- Click here to download, circulate and distribute a PDF version of this article.
- The case lacks front USB or FireWire ports, though some steel versions do have those front ports.
- Kay Daly was the first person to publish complete versions of the stolen documents.
- Fans of this cult classic will be thrilled to see it in its original widescreen version, wall-to-wall with worms!
- They're recording cover versions of hit songs.
- An expanded version of this essay will appear as a book chapter.
- I note that an earlier version of the website listed Mr Corcoran's qualifications, but they have been removed.
- The version given to mourners was small and brightly coloured with child-like illustrations depicting favourite Bible scenes.
- First off, there are several companies that publish English language versions of these games.
2(account)versión femininewhat's your version of the events? — ¿cuál es tu versión de los hechos?
- there are several versions of what happened — hay varias versiones de lo que pasó
- The loopy Loudspeaker of the House has become Washington's version of the crazy uncle your family has to keep up in the attic.
- History is a version of events, a story that features a cast of characters much like you and me.
- This he has not done, and that is in our view consistent with the fact that his version of events is not credible.
- Each side views its version of Tibetan history as an essential part of its national identity.
- Some of your own stories, your own version of events don't really make sense.
- Now, that's acceptable for a six year old growing up in New England, but we can handle a more accurate version of history.
- And these two youngsters give a very pure factual version of what they saw.
- Which brings up the issues of multiple accounts and versions of a particular royal's last words.
- But in Drury's version, the papers not only exist, but are quoted from at length.
- Those thinking either version will be a reasonable presentation of straight news should abandon hope right now.
- His version given in evidence is that he was not admitting to any improper conduct.
- There's only one small problem with Brooks' version of Salvadoran history: It's false.
- Ahmed and Khan then made police statements declaring their version of events to be true.
- As discussed above, the city is the quintessential home of Auster's version of the post-modern poet.
- But at least we still have the ability to go back and look at the actual past, not the Fox News simulated version.
- But the truth, it would seem, is far from the version of events some historians would like to portray.
- Since there is no objective version of the problem, there is no definitive solution.
- Obviously, that's the edited version of events.
- But as details and a greater understanding emerge, this version remains open to question.
- It is a sort of literary version of history from the ground up.
3(model)versión femininemodelo masculineautomatic version — versión / modelo con cambio de marchas automático
- Be sure your browser has the most up-to-date encryption capabilities by using the latest version available from the manufacturer.
- Microsoft will release an updated version of this tool on the second Tuesday of each month.
- In February an updated version was released on to Swindon's streets.
- The company will also distribute its software with the next versions of America Online Inc's services and Microsoft Corp's MSN.
- Fujitsu has launched a humanoid robot - based on a real-time version of the Linux operating system.
- With each new version number come more available games but also more power requirements.
- It still plans to keep an interest in the operation and will continue to have Linux versions of its software.
- Version numbers are, and always have been, meaningless between software providers.
- Users have downloaded a beta version of the company's VoIP software.
- The TiVo box is actually a computer using a version of the Linux operating system.
- Keeping up to date with software and firmware versions is always a task at the forefront of a system administrator's priorities.
- Symantec plans to develop versions of the software for servers, workstations, laptops and handheld devices.
- The appliance uses a modified version of Linux for PowerPC and provides an amazing set of features.
- It only infected and destroyed computers that had particular versions of this software running.
- Some other problems related to buttons were fixed by downloading a new version of the software.
- However, users without the latest version of their anti-virus software may be unable to detect the virus.
- Computers with updated versions of anti-virus software should be protected, according to Sans centre.
- You can also download the latest version of the software from ABIT's website.
- None of the dealers installed unauthorised versions of software on computers themselves - a practice known as hard-disk loading.
- The software comes in three versions for homes, cybercafes and schools.
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