Domestication in English

The word that concerns us now we can establish that it derives from domesticate, which is a verb that comes from Latin, exactly from domesticus, which means “related to the house”. Domestication is called the act and the consequence of domesticating: getting a wild or ferocious animal to moderate its temperament and get used to […]

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Impudence in English

The Latin word sfacciatezza came to our language as impudence. This adjective alludes to the lack of shame, modesty, decorum or decency. Whoever acts impudently, therefore, behaves without modesty. For example: “The soccer player once again showed his audacity by singing live on a television show”, “I am amazed at the audacity of politicians who […]

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Administrative Law

Administrative Law in English

Administrative law is the branch of law that deals with the regulation of public administration. It is, therefore, the legal system regarding its organization, its services and its relations with citizens. Administrative law can be framed within internal public law and is characterized by being common (it is applicable to all municipal, tax, etc. activities), […]

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Denervation in English

Before entering fully into the meaning of the term denervation, we will proceed to discover its etymological origin. In this case, we can point out that it is a word that derives from Latin, it is exactly the result of the union of these Latin components: -The prefix “des-”, which is used to indicate “negation”. […]

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Leather in English

Leather is the skin that covers the meat of animals. The term, which has its origin in the Latin corium, also allows to name said skin after it has been tanned and treated for various uses. For example: “Do you like the leather bag I bought myself?” , “Claudia has a beautiful leather chair in […]

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