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Il significato di "Saudi" In varie frasi ed espressioni.

Q: Che cosa significa Saudi Arabia is the biggest crude oil exporting country to China?
A: I would phrase this: Saudi Arabia is the biggest exporter of crude oil to China.

China does not have enough oil.
It must buy some from other countries that export oil (sell oil to other countries).
China buys more oil from Saudi Arabia than any other country.
Saudi Arabia is the biggest exporter of crude oil to China.
Q: Che cosa significa Saudi women's rights activist Najalaa Harriri was summoned for questioning, ArabNews.com reported.?
A: @Ri-na 意味は。。。

Saudi women's rights activist Najalaa Harriri
was summoned for questioning, = called by the police to answer questions
ArabNews.com reported.

Parole simili a "Saudi" e le sue differenze

Q: Qual è la differenza tra Saudi comedy is more fun e Saudi comedy is funnier ?
A: Fun is a noun. Funnier is a comparative form of "Funny" adjective. "Saudi comedy is more fun" would mean a larger amount of fun / you enjoy it more. "Saudi comedy is funnier" would be something like, it seems like this to you. It's just a tiny difference between them.

Traduzionde di "Saudi"

Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Regno Unito)? Saudi Arabia me tumko kitna salary milta tha
A: how much salary did you get in Saudi Arabia ?
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? Saudi Arabia
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Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? Saudi Arabia
A: Saudi Arabia! You got it
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? Saudi Arabia
A: SAWdee uhRAYbeeuh
SOWdee uhRAYbeeuh
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? I am from Saudi Arabia
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Altre domande riguardo "Saudi"

Q: Saudi Arabia provided yet another account in Jamal Khashoggi 's death, claiming he was killed in a fight at its consulate in Turkey.

What dose above 'yet' mean?
A: The implication with "yet" is that this isn't even the second account, it's at least the third (that is, there was already an "another account", and now it's "yet another account"). It shows a certain degree of irritation with the constantly changing story.
Q: What does "Saudi Arabia would face "severe punishment" if it is found to be responsible for the columnist's yet-to-be-determined fate" mean?

I would understand the following:
"Saudi Arabia would face "severe punishment" if it is found to be responsible for the columnist's death"

But I don't understand:
"Saudi Arabia would face "severe punishment" if it is found to be responsible for the columnist's yet-to-be-determined fate"

Should someone be responsible and punished for another person's "yet-to-be-determined fate"??



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The search represents new cooperation between Turkey, which says it fears Khashoggi was killed and dismembered there, and Saudi Arabia, which maintains the allegations it faces are "baseless" despite being unable to explain what happened to Khashoggi.

However, questions remained over how much evidence the investigators could turn up at a consulate where a cleaning crew entered hours before their arrival.

Meanwhile, President Donald Trump suggested without offering evidence that "rogue killers" may have slain Khashoggi, stepping further back from his pledge that Saudi Arabia would face "severe punishment" if it is found to be responsible for the columnist's yet-to-be-determined fate.

The Turkish team included a prosecutor, a deputy prosecutor, anti-terror police and forensic experts, the state-run Anadolu news agency reported. Certain areas of the consulate were to remain off-limits, although officials would be able to inspect surveillance cameras within the post, Turkish media reported.
A: The sentence is saying two things:
1) It isn't clear that the journalist is dead (or at least dead due to being killed). But if it is determined that he was killed, then:
2) It isn't clear that Saudi Arabia is responsible for killing him. But, if it becomes clear, then:
Saudi Arabia would face the punishment.
Q: which one is more natural?
1- Saudi Arabia is a country where there is no human rights.
2- Saudi Arabia is a country where human rights don't exist.
A: Saudi Arabia is a country where there *are* no human rights.

This sounds the most natural. "Rights" is plural, so you have to use the plural verb "are".

"Human rights don't exist" is also used, but "there are no human rights" sounds more natural.
Q: what do you know about Saudi Arabia traditions and customs??
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: which one is correct
you wanted to know about Saudi Arabia, because you haven't visited before
or
you wanted to know about Saudi Arabia, because you haven't visit it before
?????
A: You wanted to know about Saudi Arabia because you haven't visited it before.

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