In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(confianza en sí mismo) self-assurance(confianza en sí mismo) confidence(confianza en sí mismo) self-possession(falta de inhibiciones) lack of inhibitiona pesar de su edad actúa con mucho desenfado — despite her age she behaves with great self-assurance / confidence / self-possession
- —bésame —le dijo con total desenfado — kiss me, she said without the slightest hint of self-consciousness / with total lack of inhibition
2(de un estilo, una moda)visten con gran desenfado — they are very free and easy / carefree in the way they dress
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