PROTECTED AREAS: An area, a term that comes from the Latin area,
is a space or terrain that is delimited in some way, whether
physical or symbolic. Protected, on the other hand, is that
which has protection (protection, protection).
RAINBOW: By going to the dictionary developed by the Royal Spanish Academy
we can see that the term rainbow can also be written as an
expression of two words: rainbow. In both cases, the notion
refers to an optical phenomenon that appears with certain
REFLEX ARC: To understand what a reflex arc is, we must first refer to
the concept of the reflex act. A reflex act is a movement that
an individual performs involuntarily, as a
response to a certain stimulus.
SAND: It is called sand to all the particles of siliceous
rocks and other activities which tend to accumulate on the coast. These
disaggregated particles, which measure from 0.063 to 2
millimeters, are called grains of sand.
SCHEME: The first meanings mentioned in the dictionary of the Royal
Spanish Academy (RAE) of
the term ruse are in disuse. The concept used to be used as an
adjective that referred to someone insightful, cunning, or fearless.
SOPHISTRY: The Latin word argutia led to quibble a concept that
refers to a deception, one trick or ruse.
For example: "The company will try to resort to
some trickery to avoid paying what is due",
HARANGUE: A harangue is a speech that is expressed
with the aim of raising the spirits of those who hear the
message. Originally, the concept referred to a proclamation pronounced within
the army, although the meaning later spread to politics, sports and
GREEN AREAS: An area is a surface that develops within
certain limits. Green, on the other hand, is the color that is
formed from the combination of blue with yellow and that is associated with the
hue that the leaves of the plants usually exhibit.
EDGE: It is called edge to the line resulting from the
intersection of two surfaces or planes. Edges are also the segments of
a line that mark the boundary of the sides of a flat figure.