In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1voluntario masculinevoluntaria feminine(organization) de voluntariosto call for volunteers — pedir voluntarios
- any volunteers to clear up the garden? — ¿hay algún voluntario para arreglar el jardín? / ¿alguien se ofrece a arreglar el jardín?
- volunteer army — ejército de voluntarios
1ofrecerto volunteer one's services — ofrecer sus (/ mis etc. ) servicios
- he's not going to volunteer the information — no nos dará la información (de) motu proprio
- Harry's gone, she volunteered — —Harry se ha ido —dijo sin que nadie se lo hubiera preguntado
- She says she works harder in retirement as a volunteer than in the paid workforce.
- The club is run by volunteers who donate their time and their money to look out for these gentle animals.
- The organization relies on volunteers to pick up donations, unpack donations, pack hampers and work in the food bank on Wednesdays.
- So far the organization's 155 trained volunteers have saved 600 of the city's animals.
- What started out as bar talk ended up becoming an organization with 4,000 volunteers.
- We are an organization of civilian volunteers and cannot get relief aid into any location until the local authorities say it is safe and provide us with security and access.
- Started in 1997, the organization is staffed solely by volunteers.
- The Scottish Ambulance Service will train unpaid volunteers in rural Scotland in emergency medical techniques.
- Hospitals, places of worship, museums, community centers and other organizations often need volunteers.
- It provides training in childcare to volunteers who join the organisation and has opened up a new career for many lower-middle class youngsters.
- Besides Hammond, there are three project assistants and many dedicated volunteers.
- When the High Street store first opened it was staffed entirely by volunteers.
- The organization relies on volunteers to not only work behind the scenes in the office, but to also pick up a hammer and lend a helping hand in the actual construction of the homes.
- But as with any organisation that relies on volunteers for the majority of its effort, it is sometimes incredibly difficult to actually get things done.
- Angel Community Radio is staffed entirely by volunteers, with 60 per cent aged over 60.
- Maybe it should take a lesson from the clubs and groups on campus that don't need to collect all this money from students, operate with only volunteers and ask speakers to volunteer as well.
- The Bradford branch's five charity shops could not function without the volunteers who support the paid staff.
- He insists they are not employees, but unpaid volunteers recruited by the Universal Music and Video Distribution Group.
- Last year the eight paid staff and 18 volunteers handled more than 50,000 inquiries.
- The group is comprised of both volunteers and paid staff.
1ofrecerseto volunteer to + inf — ofrecerse a + inf
- she volunteered to cook dinner — se ofreció a hacer la cena
- he volunteered for the navy — se alistó como voluntario en la marina
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