1 India, la= India.Ex. Although university education in modern India dates back to 1856, libraries developed haphazardly and were more embellishments than an integral part of the academic programme.----* Cachemira de la India = Indian Kashmir.
2 India1 India* * *noun f.* * *SF* * ** * ** * *la India= India.
Ex: Although university education in modern India dates back to 1856, libraries developed haphazardly and were more embellishments than an integral part of the academic programme.* Cachemira de la India = Indian Kashmir.* * *la India India* * *
India sustantivo femenino:
indio,-a adjetivo & sustantivo masculino y femenino Indian
fila india, single file
♦ Locuciones: familiar hacer el indio, to play the fool
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- cashew (nut)
* * *India nf(la) India Indialas Indias Occidentales the West Indies;las Indias Orientales the East Indies* * *:(la) India India
3 travellingm.traveling shot (Cine).* * *['traβelin]travelín masculino (Cin, TV) tracking shot* * *['traβelin]travelín masculino (Cin, TV) tracking shot* * */ˈtraβelin/,( Cin, TV) tracking shot* * *Cine travelling shot
4 travelling ['traβelin] SM pl travelling(s) ['traβelin](Cine) (=aparato) dolly, travelling platform; (=movimiento) tracking shot
5 en fila de unoen fila indiain single file
6 en fila indiain single file
7 antílope de la India• antelope from India
8 capital de la India• capital of India• new consideration• new discovery
9 gusano de seda existente en la India• silkworm from India• tussah
10 India• indexed sequential file• India ink
11 travelling• dollying• traveler's letter of credit• traveling bag• traveller's cheque• travelling and transportation expense
12 Abohar, Indiaf.Abohar, India, Abohar.
13 Adoni, Indiaf.Adoni, India, Adoni.
14 Agartala, Indiaf.Agartala, Agartala, India.
15 Agra, Indiaf.Agra, India, Agra.
16 Ahmedabad, Indiaf.Ahmedabad, India, Ahmedabad.
17 Ahmednagar, Indiaf.Ahmednagar, India, Ahmednagar.
18 Aizawl, Indiaf.Aizawl, Aizawl, India.
19 Ajmer, Indiaf.Ajmer, India, Ajmer.
20 Akola, Indiaf.Akola, India, Akola.
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