LESSOR: Lessor is the one who gives or offers something for
lease. The verb lease, on the other hand, refers to granting or
acquiring the temporary use of a thing from a payment.
RICE: The etymological route of the term rice is very
extensive. The remotest roots of the concept are found in Sanskrit urīhi.
He then switched to Greek (óryza), Classical Arabic (aruz),
and Hispanic Arabic (arráwz) before reaching our language.
SLANG: Slang is a French term, accepted by the Royal
Spanish Academy (RAE), which refers to jargon:
a particular type of language used by members
of a group.
STUNNED: Anonadado is an adjective derived from the verb anonadar: disconcert,
surprise or overwhelm. This action can also refer, according to the
dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE),
to minimize, subjugate or humiliate.
ASCENDANT: The concept of ascendant can be used as an adjective or
as a noun. In the first case, the term qualifies the one
or the one who ascends (that is, who rises or rises).
GOLGI APPARATUS: The notion of apparatus can refer to the grouping of
elements that, acting in a coordinated and joint way, carry out the same
function. There are multiple devices: among them, the Golgi device.
FAMILY ALLOWANCE: Assignment is called the act and the consequence of assigning, a verb
that refers to grant, establish or indicate something that corresponds. The idea
of allocation is used to mention salary and other types of remuneration or
EXPLOITATION: Use is called the act and result of taking advantage or taking
advantage. This verb (to take advantage of) refers to
the useful use of something, obtaining as much as possible of
ARTISAN: Craftsman is a concept related or related to crafts. Crafts,
meanwhile, refers to the work done manually by
a person, without the help of mechanical energy.