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(de la temperatura, del nivel) fall(de la temperatura, del nivel) drop(de precios) fallel descenso del nivel de los embalses — the drop in the level of the reservoirs
- ha habido un brusco descenso en los precios del crudo — there has been a sharp fall in the price of crude oil
- el descenso en el número de accidentes — the fall / decrease in the number of accidents
1.2(desde una altura)descentiniciaremos el descenso en pocos minutos — we shall begin our descent in a few minutes
- la carrera / prueba de descenso — the downhill
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