In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(imprescindible)necessaryno dispone del dinero necesario — she doesn't have the necessary money
- me sentía necesario — I felt needed
- la situación hizo necesario su regreso inmediato — the situation made it necessary for him to return immediately
- su apoyo me es muy necesario — her support is vital to me
- si es necesario se lo llevaré personalmente — if necessary / if need be, I'll take it to him myself
- no será necesario abrir todas las cajas — it won't be necessary to open all the boxes
- no es necesario que te quedes toda la noche — you don't have to / you don't need to stay all night
- es necesario que cooperemos todos — we must all cooperate
- no compres más de lo necesario — don't buy more than you/we need
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