In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(interests) opuesto(interests) encontrado(views/accounts) contradictorioshe was torn by conflicting emotions — se debatía en un mar de emociones contradictorias
- Indeed, conflicting 'messages' could be read into the film.
- There is conflicting evidence about the date of composition.
- The existing government safety standards are ambiguous and conflicting at best.
- What we're down to here is conflicting rights.
- National guidance derived from the records of multiple organisations was conflicting.
- Evidence for the use of probiotics in the treatment of Helicobacter pylori infection has been conflicting.
- In the beginning of the article, he prophetically states, "The results are somewhat conflicting."
- Growing up, I adopted for myself two identities, never conflicting - I loved them both.
- We are reaching the point where the process of rationalization is conflicting with the deepest human needs.
- No evidence of even fair quality exists, or the existing evidence is conflicting.
- Last week the FDA said antidepressant use by children actually rose this year, directly conflicting with Medco's data.
- The evidence for a direct effect of macrolides on neutrophil chemotaxis is conflicting.
- The collected data on the effects of salinity stress on PSII photochemistry are conflicting.
- However, the physiological reports in the literature are conflicting.
- However, there is conflicting evidence on the benefit of diuretics in phosgene induced pulmonary oedema.
- The evidence of what took place at the meeting of July 14th is conflicting.
- However, there is conflicting evidence regarding the effect of smoking on glycaemic control.
- There is conflicting case law on whether a private placement can be given retrospective authorization.
- I remember the thoughts that flooded my mind, each conflicting with the next.
- Data on gender differences in self-reported emotional intensity and expressivity are conflicting.
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