In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(vehículo/mueble/ordenador) to design(zapatos/ropa) to design(edificio/parque/jardín) to design(edificio/parque/jardín) to planno fue diseñado para soportar altas temperaturas — it was not designed to withstand high temperatures
- una ciudad muy bien diseñada — a very well-planned city
- se reunirán para diseñar actuaciones conjuntas — they will meet to plan / to draw up a plan for joint action
2(con palabras)to outlinerápidamente nos diseñó la gravedad de la situación — he quickly outlined the gravity of the situation
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