In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1peligrosohe's a dangerous man to cross — es peligroso contrariarlo
- It is also more dangerous to travel by train or Tube than by airline.
- They are also dangerous to the user, as the weakened barrel can explode if used with live ammunition.
- The conditions he began fighting in 1969 are much worse today and far more dangerous to many more people.
- She said she thought rubbish could be dangerous to young children as well as animals.
- The Yugoslavian situation was deemed to be too complicated and too dangerous to resolve by firm action.
- They say the weather had made it difficult to gain access to the site and scaffolding too dangerous to stand on.
- When he was stopped, he said that the police car had been too close behind him and that had been dangerous to him.
- It was very dark and the terrain was dangerous so it was decided that it was too dangerous to carry on with the search.
- It decided, no doubt on good grounds, that these men were far too dangerous to be allowed at liberty.
- Eighteen cabbies have been banned from picking up fares after their vehicles were found to be too dangerous to drive.
- It is very dangerous to look directly into the sun.
- The match was cancelled after both umpires and captains agreed it would be dangerous to play on a dry pitch.
- The furrows are over an inch deep and it is far too dangerous to play on, it would be very easy for someone to break their leg.
- First a load of rocks had to be dropped on the drive, turning it from dangerous to pretty much impassable.
- The things he says are dangerous to certain members of our community.
- In short, land mines are nasty, out-of-date, and dangerous to your own side.
- He knew that the alternative to his kind of democracy lay with men far more dangerous to the country than he.
- It's too dangerous to go out anywhere but there's no point anyway because all the shops are closed.
- The elderly find it dangerous to cross the road at a pelican crossing or a zebra crossing because of speeding vehicles.
- Experiments that are too dangerous to do in a classroom can be conducted in a virtual setting online.
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