In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(curriculum/powers) amplio(interests) variado(interests) diverso(effects) de gran alcance
- It is a wide-ranging consultation document, comprehensive and efficient.
- The Government is undertaking a wide-ranging review of gaming with a view to introducing new legislation next year.
- One can only hope that a capable replacement with wide-ranging musical knowledge can be found.
- The Spanish Jewish communities enjoyed wide-ranging economic and legal powers.
- It is a time of energy, anticipation and a wide-ranging discussion of issues.
- She also said the short questions at higher level were wide-ranging but needed specific answers.
- A month and a half ago, a wide-ranging discussion on the subject came up on a private mailing list.
- We have extraordinarily broad and wide-ranging networks of contacts, friends and family that span the globe.
- At that stage, they had to sit a wide-ranging exam to be allowed permanent registration to practice.
- They ask why their members should be subject to an organisation with such a wide-ranging power.
- Now the senatorial elite with its wide-ranging interests had lost power.
- Members of Parliament hate having this sort of wide-ranging power sneaked past them as much as you do.
- I am pretty excited and intrigued by a film setting that makes use of such a wide-ranging soundtrack.
- Her discussion is wide-ranging, whereas the focus of this comment will be narrow.
- It is difficult to make neat generalizations about this wide-ranging and ambitious volume.
- It is a wide-ranging inquiry looking at all aspects of the bushfire hazard situation in Australia.
- It was quite interesting and wide-ranging, and one of the topics was death.
- The university made the award in recognition of his wide-ranging career and interests.
- The prospect of handing such potentially wide-ranging power over to the judiciary has led to a number of concerns.
- But he said Britain would play a full part in wide-ranging discussions in the future about the force.
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