In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(compel)obligarconstreñir formalshe felt constrained to be polite — se sintió obligada a ser cortés
- I am also constrained to point out that on many subjects they would vigorously disagree with one another.
- It is not just that we are free to kill other people; market freedom constrains us to do so.
- The enemy has been given every advantage by our sense of morality and restraint and by a set of operational rules that we are constrained to operate under.
- But after more than four years now, we are constrained to take a hard and serious look at the whole enterprise.
- I was working on how, as a lesbian, I felt I was constrained to wear a uniform, which was something I had resisted all my life.
- ‘I very much regret that I am constrained so to do,’ he said.
- I am constrained, however, to require repayment only at the time this proceeding is resolved either by settlement or trial.
- May the Lord graciously grant us this holy faith and the love for Christ that rises from it - a love that is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Spirit, constraining us to lean on him alone.
- He argues that the main plot of the post-Stalin years was the waning of administrative pressure, but his sources constrain him to tell the story of reforms.
- However, I am constrained to view, with great disquiet, some aspects of these plans.
- We are constrained to apply only reasonable force when we, our families, or our property is attacked.
- I am not constrained to continue working on this piece if I need some alternative activity.
- She was not constrained to follow His passage, but made a devastating beeline to wherever she thought she could pin Him down, only to discover in every instance that He was already gone.
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.
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