From Latin cliens, the term client is a term that can have different meanings, according to the perspective in which it is analyzed. In economics the concept allows to refer to the person who accesses a product or service from a payment. There are clients that are constant, who access said goods regularly, or occasionally, those who do so at a certain time, due to a specific need.
A window (from Latin ventus) is an opening that is left in a wall to allow light and ventilation to enter. The windows are more or less elevated from the ground and usually have a glass so that when they are closed, nothing from outside can enter. In general, the windows have blinds, which are small fixed or movable tables that make it possible to adjust the entrance of light into the room.
Although the concept of work has several meanings, the term is usually used with reference to the activity carried out in exchange for remuneration. Infant, meanwhile, is that linked to childhood (the stage of life that goes from birth to puberty). The idea of child labor, in this way, refers to having children perform certain activities for profit.
The Latin word emerges arrived in Spanish as an emergency. The first meaning mentioned in the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) refers to the act and the result of emerging (breaking, sprouting). The most common use of the term refers to an accident or an event that occurs abruptly and generally requires some type of action to prevent or minimize damage.
An application is an order or a diligence. The term, which comes from the Latin sollicitudo, refers to the verb request (ask, pretend or search for something). Employment, meanwhile, is a term with several meanings, although in this case we are interested in its use to name an occupation, job or trade.
From the Latin bimembris, bimembre is an adjective that refers to that which has two members or parts. For example: "The Conservative Party has a bimembre block in the Chamber of Deputies", "The leadership dome has a bimembre structure formed by the General Manager and the Executive Manager", "The poem advances with a bimembre rhythm that surprises the reader" .