In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(permit)(interpretation/explanation) admitirit admits of one interpretation only — solo admite una interpretación
- Finally, as a little light relief, there are the questions that admit of only one possible time unit.
- Such provisions sometimes admit of multiple interpretations, especially when jurists ignore the relevant history and precedents.
- But mainstream Islam admits of succession of saints.
- Moreover, it's not even certain that philosophical problems admit of solutions at all.
- In the ordinary course of events, to hold a wedding ceremony is a purely private matter that admits of no indiscreet remarks from other people.
- Perhaps this wouldn't be so bad should the revisability of logic and mathematics permit their ultimately admitting of a justification that didn't involve experience.
- Now it's true that, to liberals, some of these principles admit of exceptions - but surely this is true of conservatives, too.
- But upon ramping up the standard to what he finds minimally acceptable, the standard admits of context dependent variation.
- It distributed about 4,000 bread and coal tickets each winter, a number which could be usefully increased if the funds of the society admitted of such extension.
- All but the most extreme pacifists will admit of a case where it might be immoral or amoral not to use force, if not to defend oneself then to defend others.
- That's all well and good, but that a concept admits of many shades of grey doesn't mean there's no black and white.
- But as I say, the situation doesn't admit of half measures.
- It is not easy to translate these abstract generalities into terms that admit of a genuine comparison with our own democratic achievements…
- Each of these questions admits of several answers, many of them equally ‘valid.’
- As formulated, the account would appear to admit of counterexamples.
- We have post-modernism, which admits of no values which are not relative.
- In an international environment consisting of sovereign states, admitting of no higher authority, order is sufficiently vulnerable.
- To me, art like peaks does not admit of improvement.
- Good and evil are to be defined as absolutes on religious authority, admitting of neither critical judgement nor reduction.
- This young man's perception of his career prospects admitted of no ambiguity - he was conscious of his role in the promotion of the cause of the Empire and his intellectual superiority to the common run.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.