In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1con todas las de ganara win-win situation — una situación en la que todos ganan / salen ganando
- With a skillful blend of message and media we could turn this into a win-win situation.
- In other words they have managed to engineer a win-win situation for themselves, at the expense of their bitter rivals to the north of the island.
- Iyaituk sees this as a win-win situation, creating jobs on one hand, and preserving culture on the other.
- This results in a win-win situation for both myself and [the company].
- It was a win-win situation and Henman could not have been happier.
- The import service provides a win-win situation if the person is capable of everything they say they are.
- The thrifty Scot is well aware that some nifty wheeling and dealing has left him in a win-win situation.
- What you've always got to come up with is a win-win situation where both of you get as much of what you want as you possibly can.
- When community care for the mentally ill was implemented in the early Nineties that too was seen as being a win-win situation.
- When we went up this time, it was a win-win situation for everyone.
- For them, it's a win-win situation, until, of course, they have to deal with the moral consequences of their greed.
- On the brink of his third successive drivers' title and his fifth in total, he is in a win-win situation.
- This is not a win-win situation as it was sold politically, but a lose-lose situation.
- It would be a win-win situation for everybody, as long as they let everyone work.
- But on the plus side, I'm pretty scared of flying, so if I don't go, it's still a win-win situation.
- The Welsh Highland Railway shows that in some cases it is possible to have a win-win situation.
- On the surface it would appear to be a win-win situation for the observer.
- The challenge was to find something within the system towards an ultimate win-win situation for all.
- It would be a win-win situation if the euro pulled back against the dollar by the time the investment started to pay returns.
- This really is an opportunity, as the report says, for a win-win situation.
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