In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(ver confusamente)to make outa lo lejos entreveía el pueblo — I could just make out / see the village in the distance
2(acuerdo/solución) to begin to seeha dejado entrever que no habrá más cambios — she has hinted / suggested that there will be no more changes
- esto deja entrever una posible solución — this gives a glimpse of a possible solution
- todo deja entrever que habrá enfrentamientos — everything seems to suggest that there will be clashes
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