In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(colocar)to placeto putto deposit formaldeposite las monedas en la ranura — place / deposit coins in slot
- depositó una corona en el monumento a los caídos — he placed / laid a wreath at the war memorial
1.2(dejar)to leaveto deposit formalse ruega depositen las bolsas en la entrada — please leave all bags at the door
- depositaron las mercancías en un almacén — the goods were put into / placed in storage
1.3(volcar)tenía depositadas todas mis esperanzas en ese puesto/en él — I had pinned all my hopes on that job/on him
- deposité en él toda mi confianza — I placed / put all my trust in him
- depositó en él todo su cariño — she bestowed all her love on him
2Financeto depositto pay in Latin Americadepositó una fianza en favor del acusado — she stood bail for the accused
1(sustancia) to form a deposit(sustancia) to be deposited
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