In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1BabelBibliaBabel masculinothe Tower of Babel — la Torre de Babel
2literario(confusion)babel femenino literario
- Where would all those self-interested snouts turn for sustenance if shoo'd away from the trough of taxpayer monies that currently funds the babel of ethnic councils and advocates of cultural separatism.
- There's just one little problem - the babel of compression types, encryption methods, data formats, transmission techniques and other standards that make it difficult to get everything communicating properly with everything else.
- I argue that to accept the babel of multiple and incommensurable publics is to surrender to the Babylon of an alienating governance such as the Jews fell under during their Babylonian captivity.
- If we turn to various explanations of how these incidents come about and how to prevent them, we face a babel of opinions.
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