In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(argument) concluyente(argument) conclusivo(argument) decisivo(evidence) concluyente(victory) decisivo(victory) contundente
- The Wehrmacht's rapid and conclusive victory over the French convinced Hitler and not a few of his generals that he was a military genius.
- Mr Emery said the diggers will look for evidence of a shaft which would be conclusive proof that it was a well.
- A series of tests run over the past 24 hours provided conclusive evidence of the poisoning, Zimpfer said.
- They are worried that conclusive evidence of the banned programs will turn up at any moment.
- I am not convinced that it is possible to provide a conclusive argument to show that paternalism is never in principle justified in any such case.
- The defeat of Blair was in no way a conclusive victory for the Conservative party.
- There are Government sites that cautiously say there is ‘no conclusive evidence’ of danger.
- In recent days the Pentagon has indicated that a lack of any conclusive evidence has convinced officials that Speicher is dead.
- Guyon achieves what he has sworn at the outset of the poem, but his victory is not conclusive.
- Finally there is the preparation of the final record reflecting those decisions which is given the status of conclusive evidence.
- Mr. Leidy would give his conclusive evidence and I would be found guilty.
- Pictures of the incident in the following morning's newspapers appeared to offer conclusive evidence of his menace.
- Sometimes, you have a conclusive evidence right away so the arrest is usually sooner.
- This adds up to fairly conclusive evidence that the butcher is the place to go both for quality and cost, but are we losing the shopping skills required?
- What is more, this victory was conclusive, because the outcome of a civil war is definitive.
- There is conclusive evidence that passive smoking causes lung cancer and coronary heart disease in adults.
- The fact that the US has declined to provide conclusive evidence to the contrary naturally bolsters such conjecture.
- After the votes were counted the result was conclusive.
- In the end the victory margin of seven points was conclusive but that twenty minutes of easing off was worrying for Ollie and Joey.
- While not a landslide, Trudeau's victory was conclusive.
- Yet yesterday, under closer scrutiny, the triumph did not appear quite so conclusive.
- The conclusive victory was narrow, but Celtic's command of the championship utterly emphatic.
- Anti-fluoride campaigners say there is no conclusive evidence that fluoridation is safe or prevents decay.
- Not for the faint of heart, the easily bored or those expecting a conclusive ending.
- There are a couple of theories about what her real name might be but there's no real conclusive evidence about who this woman was.
- But unless conclusive evidence proves this we cannot authenticate any of these findings.
- This in itself is a flawed methodology to find any conclusive evidence of cause and effect.
- Whether that would have given within the reasonable time some conclusive evidence, I do not know.
- Unfortunately not enough conclusive evidence for the effect of Fumonisins on humans has been collected.
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