In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Finance Lawderecho adquirido masculine
- The decision had been taken by legal people with a vested interest in the Judicial Service, he added.
- Naturally, each side has a vested interest in their own reports, but I have to say that when it comes to numbers, I tend to trust engineers over politicians - nerds over lawyers.
- How can the council reach an unbiased decision when they have a vested interest in the car park?
- Many of the parties involved have a vested interest in maintaining silence, or presenting an extremely distorted version of events.
- With organization came paid officials and such people had a vested interest in reducing the degree of conflict between the sect and the surrounding society.
- Bennett claims the programme is the victim of ‘an ugly conspiracy by those with a vested interest in discrediting it and personal grudges to settle’.
- For everyone involved has a vested interest in the status quo.
- Parents have a vested interest in the healthy functioning of their children as their social status and future economic well-being may be tied to both the size and success of the family.
- Although studio executives protest that they are forever working at reducing production costs, there is a vested interest in big-budget, effects-heavy blockbusters.
- They are in no way credible when they are produced by those with a vested interest in the industry, as is the prevailing situation in this country and the UK.
- The answer is that a family that has established a business, built it up and kept a substantial stake, has a vested interest in very long-term shareholder value.
- By approaching individuals who have a vested interest in the community and regular contact with the residents, it also provides the Member with a greater awareness and intelligence on local issues.
- But the thing to remember is that we are unaligned and do not have a vested interest in anything other than to glorify our own names in the pages of art history.
- First off, it's generally wise to avoid quoting exclusively those people who maintain a vested interest in the very thesis one's ‘news item’ promotes.
- As a leading financial economy, it has a vested interest in pushing liberalized free capital markets since it can make money on both sides.
- But he believes shares are being stopped from reaching their ‘true level’ by financial institutions with a vested interest in seeing them continually rise.
- That whole economic argument is a scam put out by people with a vested interest in keeping things going the way they are.
- I think all of them have to wonder whether or not those stipends are going to continue once he dies, and so they have a vested interest in seeing that they are taken into consideration now before he dies.
- The government has a vested interest in keeping the share prices high.
- She said: ‘Fullers is a brewery and we have a vested interest in selling beer.’
2(personal stake)interés (personal) masculinethey have a vested interest in (maintaining) the status quo — tienen gran interés en mantener el statu quo
3vested interests pluralintereses creados masculine
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