Would en las noticias
Colocaciones de ejemplo
|rates would not||Las tasas no lo harían|
|what would become||En qué se convertiría|
|what would eventually||Lo que eventualmente|
|what would happen||Qué pasaría|
|what would later||Que mas tarde|
Modismos y frases →
Publicaciones y oraciones de ejemplo
The Wall Street Journal
· Joe Kindred’s Recipe for Charred Squid With Ajo Blanco and Cilantro Pistou →
“We knew we wanted to make an impact, but we didn’t know it would be on a national scale,” said Mr. Kindred, who is the chef, while his wife serves as sommelier and manages the front of house.
· Singapore Elections Department debunks claims of self-inking pens not working properly →
SINGAPORE, July 10 — The Elections Department (ELD) has debunked false claims that the self-inking pens provided at polling booths do not stamp properly and this would render many votes invalid.
· Friday briefing: Working out and staying out as lockdown eases →
The court ruled against the president’s argument that he was entitled to sweeping immunity that would keep his finances secret.
· More than 160 cases of coaches engaging in legal sexual activity with teens, FOI request shows →
A Freedom of Information request by BBC Sport to all councils in England and Wales found that, in the last four years, 1,481 cases were recorded involving sexual activity with a 16- or 17-year-old by a person potentially in a position of trust that would not fall under the Sexual Offences Act.
· Proud of India for standing up to Chinese aggression: US Senator →
A top US Senator has praised the Indian government for standing up to Chinese aggression in a border dispute, hoping this would prompt other countries to be fearless in their handling of China.
· Risk Management: How to manage your risks while investing money →
If we had to define risk in plain terms, there would be the possibility of an unwanted outcome.
· Japan urges nightclubs to act to stem COVID-19 spikes →
He did not elaborate on exactly what steps he wants the clubs to take but said he would meet experts and chiefs of the nightlife districts later on Friday to decide on measures.
· Scott Morrison says Australia will halve rate of international arrivals during coronavirus crisis →
The prime minister acknowledged “it will be more difficult” for Australians to return home when the decision of national cabinet comes into force on Monday, but defended it on the basis that halving arrivals would allow health authorities to focus resources on contact tracing and testing for Covid-19.
· Long lines as Singaporeans vote during pandemic →
While officials had hoped it would take voters no more than five minutes to cast their ballot, lines formed initially outside some polling stations, where people said they waited up to an hour.
· A fall or a stumble? Daniel Andrews takes a hit from the second surge →
And why would they when the government has enjoyed so much electoral success?