In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(de una máquina, un mueble)assemblyla estantería es de fácil montaje — the shelves are easy to put up / put together / assemble
- cadena de fabricación y de montaje — production and assembly line
- instrucciones para el montaje — assembly instructions
- el montaje de la red — the setting up of the network
2stagingmise en scèneeditingmontage
3(para incriminar a alguien)frame-up informalset-upseguro que todo es un montaje — I bet it's all a big con / a set-up informal
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