Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

war effort   (esfuerzo de guerra)

CPR also helped the war effort with money and jobs.

As a youth, Werner joined the Polish war effort.

In 1943 the German war effort was accelerated.

losing effort   (perdiendo esfuerzo)

As the Orioles' DH, he went 1 for 3 in a losing effort.

Rhodes faced Kurt Angle at True Legacy in a losing effort.

He faced Kota Ibushi at Wrestle Kingdom 12 in a losing effort.

collaborative effort   (esfuerzo colaborativo)

Many songs were a collaborative effort.

While Smith tends to write the lyrics and chords, song writing overall is a collaborative effort.

Many believe that Dads' Gates were a collaborative effort between Dawson and Abbot more than anything.

effort against   (esfuerzo contra)

He earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his effort against the Redskins.

Tate followed that performance with a 106-yard effort against the Detroit Lions.

He earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors for his effort against the Saints.

joint effort   (esfuerzo conjunto)

The restyling work was a joint effort undertaken in Australia.

The work is, therefore, a joint effort between the two siblings.

The joint effort resulted in an innovative self-service stamp vending system.

effort to make   (esfuerzo para hacer)

In 1449 Kyoto made one last effort to make the system work.

Samuel Milroy lead the effort to make Delphi the county seat in May 1828.

The plant transitioned in the war effort to make tarps for the military during WWII.

no effort   (ningún esfuerzo)

They involved animals getting food for no effort.

made no effort to know their human rights impacts; and "C".

Howe made no effort to attack, much to Washington's surprise.

effort to improve   (esfuerzo por mejorar)

Thus, an effort to improve the F-X followed.

This was put in place in an effort to improve attendance.

737–742 by December 1925 in an effort to improve steaming.

effort between   (esfuerzo entre)

The work is, therefore, a joint effort between the two siblings.

In 1931 a coordinated effort between the Soviet sinologists V. M. Alekseev, A.

Many believe that Dads' Gates were a collaborative effort between Dawson and Abbot more than anything.

concerted effort   (esfuerzo concertado)

Prior to 1970, there was no concerted effort to formally train physicians in its practice in the U.S.

This was the first concerted effort in getting racers off the streets and onto controlled race tracks.

The next year, the Dutch sent an ambassador to discuss plans for a concerted effort against the Spaniards.

effort was made   (se hizo un esfuerzo)

No effort was made to arrest the attackers.

No effort was made to protect women.

Over time, an effort was made to recognize Laura Walker for her work.

time and effort   (tiempo y esfuerzo)

Participants vary in how much time and effort they commit to different domains.

As a result, "ruisreikäleipä" takes some time and effort to chew down properly.

This saves time and effort trying to resolve a dispute that may be made moot by the other events.

effort to reduce   (esfuerzo para reducir)

In 1964 he fought against an effort to reduce the Council's power.

SCBT has also been used in the field of criminal psychology in the effort to reduce recidivism.

This was done in an effort to reduce cigarette butts and shards from broken alcohol bottles in beaches.

much effort   (mucho esfuerzo)

There's not much of a plot here, but you go with the flow without making much effort.

He invested much effort in the development of electric lighting of vehicles and stations.

Benson employs a relaxing therapy to coax Steckler's memory, succeeding with much effort.

every effort   (cada esfuerzo)

Yu Zhijian made every effort to talk to students, but they mostly ignored him.

He made every effort to help the people by providing canals to irrigate the fields.

During the earlier frontier wars of 1790-1820, every effort was made to destroy them.

effort to create   (esfuerzo para crear)

', a collaborative effort to create a national marine mammal health data repository and visualization tool.

In 2007, the race was lengthened to 228 laps in an effort to create a longer product for time value purposes.

The "self-conscious" effort to impress must, according to Hoffmann, be divorced from the "self-aware" effort to create.

relief effort   (esfuerzo de ayuda)

New Zealand also pledged $300,000 in support for the Red Cross relief effort in PNG.

Following the 2009 Samoa tsunami, Seacology once again started a tsunami relief effort.

The program is also a poverty relief effort, providing employment in wetland maintenance.

effort to save   (esfuerzo por salvar)

Lambert was loth to leave his men without an effort to save them.

He must distract her with stories about his life in an effort to save himself.

This was done to show use of old technology in an all out effort to save humanity.

made an effort   (hecho un esfuerzo)

The community made an effort to take care of its children.

Chile has made an effort to expand nontraditional exports.

He made an effort to find classical forms that were more authentic.

first effort   (primer esfuerzo)

The film marks Mailer's first effort into film-making.

His first effort was on the short film "Hooray for Sandbox Land".

Additionally, "Cry Pretty" marks Underwood's first effort as producer.

effort to get   (esfuerzo por conseguir)

After Culpeper’s Rebellion, the lords made a more serious effort to get control of the colony.

Kimberly informs the Carters of their grandson's well being in an effort to get pay back at Jo.

This was an effort to get private sector developers to take over the construction of NCs in HDB towns.

little effort   (pequeño esfuerzo)

When they challenge him, he kills all three with little effort.

The FBI initiated an investigation, but little effort was put into it.

Adjusting the height of this platform is very easy and takes very little effort.

solo effort   (esfuerzo en solitario)

Traditionally music from Tuva was only a solo effort.

Stero-Lion released his first solo effort, "Lion Paw" in 2008.

Cohn released his third solo effort, "Burning the Daze", in 1998.

effort to prevent   (esfuerzo para prevenir)

The move is an effort to prevent, detect and respond to prison rape more effectively.

He then led them against the Germanic tribes, perhaps in an effort to prevent future mutiny.

Lime was used on the floors and walls in an effort to prevent insects from entering the living space.

tractive effort   (esfuerzo de tracción)

of starting tractive effort, and 175,000 lbf.

The calculated tractive effort was 76,154 lb.

They are rated at continuous tractive effort ( starting).

effort to bring   (esfuerzo por traer)

The Demitarian Diet is an effort to bring conscious awareness to where meat comes from and how it is produced.

In 2006, restoration work began in an effort to bring the house up to a standard worthy of monumental protection.

She has been an advocate of environmental issues and in the effort to bring the 2020 Summer Olympics to Minnesota.

effort to keep   (esfuerzo por mantener)

Both parties agreed to this, in an effort to keep costs down.

During his stay in Istanbul, he made an effort to keep up with his regular lifestyle for a while.

In an effort to keep expenses down, the team reportedly used just nine footballs throughout the season.

effort to increase   (esfuerzo por aumentar)

This was an overall effort to increase Black resistance to the Vietnam war and the draft.

In an effort to increase revenues, the state often turned to the creation of new offices.

In an effort to increase visitor traffic, the museum was relocated to downtown Albany in 2012.

great effort   (gran esfuerzo)

Once again, a great effort began to raise funds for their redemption.

Abo has made a great effort to preserve the memory of her late husband.

Though he had a great effort, he lost in overtime 1–0, when a backhand shot slipped by taken from Jonathan Toews.

led the effort   (lideró el esfuerzo)

In 1989, Paparian led the effort to declare Vanadzor, Pasadena's fourth Sister City.

In that capacity he led the effort in 1989 to set state guidelines for felony sentencing.

In Congress, Henry Clay led the effort to reauthorize the Second Bank of the United States.

effort to promote   (esfuerzo para promover)

The largest international effort to promote carbon farming is “four per 1,000”, led by France.

In an effort to promote herself, she went with her husband to the Cannes Film Festival in 1995.

There is an effort to promote Prometheus exposition format into a standard known as OpenMetrics.

more effort   (más esfuerzo)

Finishing with 'A little more effort would be nice.

This in turn allows for more effort and better outcomes from these students.

Developers now make more effort to integrate mobile devices with the ERP system.

successful effort   (esfuerzo exitoso)

It was destined to be the band's most commercially successful effort.

The NAACP set up a precedent-setting national boycott of the film, likely seen as the most successful effort.

In the post–World War II era, the French made a concerted and successful effort to develop a homegrown aircraft industry.

effort to build   (esfuerzo para construir)

At the time, a renewed effort to build a city in the area was made; these plans never materialized.

The community responded to this gesture with a strenuous effort to build financial support for the new hospital.

She then made career moves between Los Angeles and New York City in an effort to build the structure of her calling.

effort to find   (esfuerzo por encontrar)

He made an effort to find classical forms that were more authentic.

After Homer leaves the orphanage, so does she in an effort to find him.

Orders were made to Volvo and Hino in an effort to find a better vehicle.

effort to avoid   (esfuerzo para evitar)

These measures were an effort to avoid Commodore's "toy-store" computer image created during the Tramiel era.

In the same month, Álvaro traveled with King Henry to Valladolid, possibly as a last-ditch effort to avoid a war.

In an effort to avoid harm to the animal, 33 special animal migration passages have been built beneath the railway.

effort to help   (esfuerzo por ayudar)

Scoutreach is an effort to help overcome past problems in the program.

There has been an effort to help employ a greater number of the Romani population.

He made every effort to help the people by providing canals to irrigate the fields.

conscious effort   (esfuerzo consciente)

Charles Bukowski, would drink there in a conscious effort to imitate their role models.

This is partly because of their conscious effort to "pioneer" Scotland, by sending members there.

So yeah, it was definitely a conscious effort to make sure that I stay close to home on some records."

effort to establish   (esfuerzo por establecer)

He is known for his effort to establish stereoscopic movies in the 1920s.

He also pioneered Litton's effort to establish a plant in Springfield, Missouri.

CARD made an effort to establish a research culture and develop leadership at the IOE.

effort to raise   (esfuerzo por elevar)

In 2005, the Austin music community banded together in an effort to raise money for Willie's treatment.

This walk took 297 days and was in an effort to raise funds and awareness for the Livestrong Foundation.

A coordinated effort to raise the awareness and understanding of what supply chain management is and its function in modern business practices.

major effort   (gran esfuerzo)

A major effort was the production of propaganda stamps.

A major effort is necessary to prepare hundreds of costumes, too.

A major effort was on at its Jhanjra mines to produce 3 – 3.5 million tonnes per annum.

considerable effort   (esfuerzo considerable)

Hendrik Lorentz spent considerable effort along these lines.

When modems were slow, considerable effort was put into developing the most efficient protocols and display systems possible.

After considerable effort to locate him, they confront him on the street, to which he responds with additional legal threats.

effort to protect   (esfuerzo por proteger)

However, it makes no special effort to protect human life or property and will turn against its human allies on a whim.

The Tunisian government makes an active effort to protect its Jewish minority now and visibly supports its institutions.

As a result, she puts on a cold, aloof front in an effort to protect herself from her feelings and to mask her own insecurity.

losing effort against   (perdiendo esfuerzo contra)

He made his in-ring debut for the promotion on June 5 in a losing effort against Daisuke Sekimoto.

He wrestled on the May 26 episode of "Superstars" as a face in a losing effort against Curt Hawkins.

She helped Skallagrímur to the Icelandic Cup finals in 2017, scoring 11 points in a losing effort against Keflavík.

effort to provide   (esfuerzo para proporcionar)

Allen also served as a director of the War Damage Corporation, a government effort to provide insurance against war-related damage.

From 1938 to 1948, during World War II, the Fund worked in an effort to provide assistance to emigres trying to relocate to America.

Now, the three stages could be split among various companies, in an effort to provide fair accessibility to high voltage transmission.

effort to stop   (esfuerzo por parar)

Babbit makes a last-ditch effort to stop the heroes by using a giant robot.

Major Disaster, in an effort to stop Despero, turned Times Square into smoking rubble.

Finally, the mayor and the police exert every effort to stop Pendergast and Kelly's investigation.

rescue effort   (esfuerzo de rescate)

Now he was now about to lead another rescue effort.

An air-and-sea rescue effort was initiated.

The siege ended after a rescue effort by the Indonesian Navy on 1 May 2011.

best effort   (mejor esfuerzo)

However, despite Sadler's best effort, the club were later relegated to League Two.

Of course, it is always possible to simply drop packets in a network with a best effort delivery strategy.

He awarded "Prayer for the Halcyon Fear" four out of five stars, calling it the band's best effort to date.

effort to develop   (esfuerzo por desarrollar)

Project 640 had been the PRC's indigenous effort to develop ABM capability.

Also in recent years, there has been an effort to develop HDIs for cancer therapy.

In 2009, ISC started an effort to develop a new version of the software suite, called BIND10.

effort during   (esfuerzo durante)

It formed part of the immense Allied strategic bombing effort during the war.

According to the Trianon Key, members assisted with the war effort during World War II.

Like other cities across the country, Dayton was heavily involved in the war effort during World War II.

effort to preserve   (esfuerzo por preservar)

Abo has made a great effort to preserve the memory of her late husband.

Recently there was an effort to preserve a strain found on an island off the coast of South Carolina.

This change was part of a service-wide effort to preserve the lineage of the Air Force's most honored wings.

development effort   (esfuerzo de desarrollo)

The CANDU development effort has gone through four major stages over time.

Following this development effort, Executive Order 13514 was signed in 2009.

This development effort was made partly to allow IBM to compete with Amdahl UTS.

research effort   (esfuerzo de investigación)

The agricultural sector sought additional research effort.

It directed an intensive research effort.

The main focus of his research effort in this area is material preparation and characterisation.

made no effort   (no hizo ningún esfuerzo)

made no effort to know their human rights impacts; and "C".

Howe made no effort to attack, much to Washington's surprise.

Despite Venice having much sympathy there, they made no effort to seize the fleet.

main effort   (esfuerzo principal)

Brown therefore made the attack across the Niagara into the main effort.

Gough proposed an attack on 9 November but preferred to delay the main effort.

Julia's House began with its main effort on providing care in the families' own homes.

effort to gain   (esfuerzo por ganar)

For "Unsung Heroes", released in 1981, the band changed their name to The Dregs in an effort to gain more commercial appeal.

On 18 July 1936, after the Nationalist uprising, the prisons were opened in an effort to gain fighters to put down the uprising.

In 1946, he made a final effort to gain a job in baseball when he contacted new Yankees boss MacPhail, but he was sent a rejection letter.

effort failed   (esfuerzo fallido)

The effort failed despite an intensive lobbying effort.

The strenuous effort failed and the War started in April 1861.

In October, a combined Franco-American effort failed to recapture Savannah.

collaborative effort between   (esfuerzo colaborativo entre)

Many believe that Dads' Gates were a collaborative effort between Dawson and Abbot more than anything.

The Project represents a collaborative effort between professors, students, labor unions, and community members.

The first dedicated geodetic satellite was ANNA-1B, a collaborative effort between NASA, the DoD, and other civilian agencies.

effort to restore   (esfuerzo por restaurar)

Sifton was selected Premier in an effort to restore party unity, and his first cabinet reflected that.

This has been done in an effort to restore salmon populations specifically but with other species in mind.

Starting in 2002, TVA undertook an effort to restore Unit 1 to operational status, spending $1.8 billion USD to do so.

winning effort   (esfuerzo ganador)

Ross had 14 kills and 19 digs in the winning effort.

He teamed with Shad in a winning effort.

Jim served as Team Captain in their silver medal winning effort.

effort required   (Esfuerzo requerido)

This information can help potential attackers by increasing the feasibility of an attack, and/or by reducing the effort required.

During the 100 years that the Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court "rode circuit", many justices complained about the effort required.

Eventually the British government decided that the campaign in Sudan was not worth the effort required and left a garrison in Suakin.

sophomore effort   (esfuerzo de segundo año)

"The Book of Morris Johnson" was the first single off her sophomore effort.

From there, King headed back into the studio to work on her sophomore effort, "Legs to Make Us Longer".

For their sophomore effort, "Renaissance", the Association recruited Jerry Yester to replace Boettcher as producer.

effort to secure   (esfuerzo para asegurar)

Hellenistic culture did not supplant native Egyptian culture, as the Ptolemies supported time-honored traditions in an effort to secure the loyalty of the populace.

In an effort to secure work, Connell entered the competition for the Auckland Cathedral (1940) and narrowly missed selection, gaining second prize with a Swedish style neo-classical plan.

Suffering debt, terminal illness and isolation from the mainstream scientific community by his last years, Page contrived one final effort to secure credit and status for his achievements.

fundraising effort   (esfuerzo de recaudación de fondos)

As a supporter of the Jewish Foundation, Noddle is also the 2009 chair for the Twin Cities United Way's fundraising effort.

An initial on-line fundraising effort in 2013 on Seedmatch raised €500,000 in 2 hours and 35 minutes, setting a new European Union record.

After a major fundraising effort led by Baker, Zen Center purchased the land—which contained a rundown resort and mineral springs in 1967.

effort led   (esfuerzo dirigido)

This effort led to the invention of the telephone.

It was built in 1938 in an effort led by city pioneer Nellie Coffman.

This effort led to the establishment, in 1907, of the court of criminal appeal.

joint effort between   (esfuerzo conjunto entre)

The work is, therefore, a joint effort between the two siblings.

Thus, the invention of Cubism was a joint effort between Picasso and Braque, then residents of Montmartre, Paris.

Swiss German University was established in the year 2000 as a joint effort between private investors from Germany and Indonesia.

cooperative effort   (esfuerzo cooperativo)

Dave Smith's company found interest in a cooperative effort with Roland.

Under a cooperative effort involving nearly 40 institutions, thousands of bones were recovered between 1960 and 1965.

GCCC owns more than east of Campus Drive, which has been developed in a cooperative effort with the City of Garden City.

effort to maintain   (esfuerzo por mantener)

This means that the effort to maintain the links between thematic data and associated administrative units is reduced to a minimum.

Some interpreted his reversal as an effort to maintain the Court's judicial independence by alleviating the political pressure to create a court more friendly to the New Deal.

During this period, the abbey went to great effort to maintain its independence from the local authorities, including the Bishop of Senlis, in whose diocese they were situated.

previous effort   (esfuerzo previo)

While the band's previous effort, 2005's "Nothing Is Sound", was termed "darker," "Oh!

It was better organized than the previous effort; a large fleet and plentiful stocks of food were used.

This marked En Vogue's lowest peak for an album by then and was a considerable drop from their previous effort "EV3" (1997).

combined effort   (esfuerzo combinado)

He is ultimately defeated by the combined effort of the 15 Kamen Riders.

In a combined effort of Doubront and the bullpen, Boston shut-out the team from the NL West.

It was due to the combined effort of these two people that led to the establishment of the museum.

last effort   (último esfuerzo)

In 1449 Kyoto made one last effort to make the system work.

Nevertheless, Peter made one last effort to "reclaim" his son.

Finally in 2001 Red Tide released their last effort "Type II".

effort to win   (esfuerzo por ganar)

This spurs her family members to attempt to reform themselves in an effort to win her back.

Ptolemy XIII sent Pompey's head to Caesar in an effort to win his favor, but instead secured him as a furious enemy.

Swinton made a serious effort to win election in this campaign and received a substantial vote, but was ultimately defeated.

make an effort   (Haz un esfuerzo)

The authorities did not make an effort in finding him and he was never seen in Arizona again.

He became a material and mortal being, and now he must make an effort to save himself and all of the original creation.

"If you make an effort to not put the pedals in the order you're meant to, then you'll end up with something new sounding.

led an effort   (lideró un esfuerzo)

Jacqueline Kennedy led an effort to redecorate and restore the White House.

He led an effort with several New York friends and other parties to purchase an NFL franchise.

After Dorgon died in 1650, Jirgalang led an effort to clean the government of Dorgon's supporters.

lot of effort   (mucho esfuerzo)

which took a lot of effort and visits to India.

Since RMS took over the seat, a lot of effort been materialize and improved.

Jacob van Strij put a lot of effort and devotion in creating his winter scenes.

unsuccessful effort   (esfuerzo infructuoso)

Their unsuccessful effort cost them 2,400 DDM.

The Spanish made an unsuccessful effort to reconquer Jolo in 1602.

Wells's voyage to America took place in the midst of his unsuccessful effort to reform the Fabian Society.

ongoing effort   (esfuerzo continuo)

This ongoing effort incorporates both new research locations and sampling sites dating back to the 1940s.

In December 1977, NTCC Pearl Harbor was disestablished and absorbed into NTCC Makalapa in an ongoing effort to consolidate communications on Oahu.

studio effort   (esfuerzo de estudio)

The next studio effort, "Recent Discoveries", was recorded in 1993.

"Cry Pretty" is a superb studio effort, and it garners an A rating."

In 2014, the band began recording their second studio effort, "Lurid Glow".

effort to ensure   (esfuerzo para asegurar)

It took a huge effort to ensure that the correct people were elected.

The personal files of all Church of England clergy since the 1950s are being audited in an effort to ensure no cover-up.

The Tamil politicians made a concerted effort to ensure that Kanyakumari was incorporated into the Tamil-majority Madras State (now Tamil Nadu).

international effort   (esfuerzo internacional)

The largest international effort to promote carbon farming is “four per 1,000”, led by France.

The Protocols are part of a wider international effort aimed at protecting the Mediterranean Sea, "i.e."

In 2012, the Bisotun Cultural Heritage Center organized an international effort to re-examine the inscription.

effort to expand   (esfuerzo por expandirse)

Chile has made an effort to expand nontraditional exports.

The in 2008 initiated an effort to expand open access in order to "exhaust the potential of digital publishing."

Since 1989, the Muftiate has made effort to expand interreligious relations between Muslims and religious groups in Bulgaria.

team effort   (Esfuerzo de equipo)

"I'm just like all the other guys, doing my best in a team effort."

The suit's body design was a team effort by brothers Koei Yagi and Kanji Yagi.

He picked up basketball and squash, too, but it was the team effort in football that brought him out to the field every evening.

military effort   (esfuerzo militar)

Although the Spanish military effort went well on Hispaniola, it did not so in Europe.

Although the Spanish military effort went well on Hispaniola, it did not so in Europe (see War of the Pyrenees).

The blast occurred at a munitions factory that was manufacturing explosives for Britain's First World War military effort.