In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(daring)(plan/act) audaz(plan/act) atrevido
- Apparently, organized crime in France is getting to be pretty audacious.
- Only someone really audacious would take such a risk.
- Was this audacious accounting, or the kind of thing that at first glance seems like clear misrepresentation?
- An audacious attack in broad daylight on the fortified U.S. consulate after months of relative quiet.
- First of all, his work made dear what an audacious venture poetry still could be.
- He is too sweet, too nice, too inoffensive for the dig at hypocrisy to hit home, and many of the jokes lack the audacious punch of old.
- It's a shocking, audacious moment - one of the few times the film makes you sit up and take notice.
- But Eddie's audacious comments about penalty do not stand up to scrutiny.
- He is audacious, showing such wilful disrespect to the past that one wonders if it ever existed!
- We need to be more audacious in what we say and do.
- What a match, what a turnaround and what a scintillating performance by this brave, audacious and talented Welsh team.
- It is still an audacious work of art after all these years.
- There is the courage to pursue audacious goals, to empower and to trust your colleagues.
- The persistently audacious are helped along by a fearless temperament.
- Today there's a new self-confidence: we're audacious, we're loud and we get things done.
- In this audacious raid, thieves knocked a hole in the shop wall before making off with equipment valued at about £11,000.
- The audacious Wood stormed through the game and even managed an attempt at a drop goal in the second half.
- Artistically audacious, he penned plays, ballets, sketches, and novels.
- From this dynamic leader's audacious vision has sprung a city that is breathtaking in scale and vision.
- This would be an audacious move even for someone as bold as Schwarzenegger.
- He was a man with whom it was impossible to imagine the most audacious student venturing to take a liberty.
- But the group was rejuvenated by a statement last week that Mr Green was planning to make an audacious and unexpected bid for the company.
- A few days ago, he delivered the most audacious speech of the presidential season.
- Today we look at a bold and audacious project that's bringing a fresh approach to the way we understand the ecology of this country.
- He nonetheless seemed annoyed, and surprised by her audacious, nearly stupid words.
- With every new book she got more and more audacious, trying out new ways to surprise us.
- Nonetheless, the film succeeds in holding your attention, mainly to see if they can actually pull off their audacious robbery.
- Troops and police have been involved in running battles with rebels who launched an audacious series of pre-dawn assaults.
2(impudent)(behavior/person) atrevido(person/behavior) descarado
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