In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(desire/astonishment) mostrar(astonishment/desire) manifestar
- It also looks silly and evinces contempt from car-drivers, proper motorcyclists and even pedestrians, but I don't care.
- On the other hand, a bad idea remains exactly that, no matter how well it is evinced in a story.
- The garage is underlit, with a low-slung ceiling and construction that evinces the massive weight first of the cement slabwork and then of the floors and earth above.
- Many foreigners have been evincing a keen interest in taking up research programmes in Sanskrit.
- This is one quality that Bennett has evinced throughout his work, and he understands well why it's so important.
- It was an indication of the interest evinced by music enthusiasts, who were now much more open to classical music.
- So journalists, broadcasters and politicians, and those who are often in the public eye, such as community and business leaders, wield immense power over but evince little loyalty to our language.
- The change from first person singular to plural evinces his embarrassment.
- Placing the viewer directly beneath the forms of the rocks, she evinces an appreciation of the sheer weight and power of nature worthy of the Surrealists.
- If the dramatic developments for the last two months are any indication, it seems the State Government has not evinced any interest to solve the problem.
- Encouragingly, they are now evincing interest in entrepreneurship, and are getting into a productive realm much beyond mere economic self-independence.
- They consistently lie to the press when talking about security, as evinced again and again by their actions.
- This book evinces a buoyant confidence and a relaxed visionary quality.
- Nearly 18 organisations, including those of the State and Central Governments and big industries in the private sector, had evinced interest in the products.
- Here is a person who has evinced keen interest in photography, freelance journalism, photojournalism, trekking, river rafting, and collection of coins and stamps.
- Speaking of his craft, he evinces a paternal affection for his beer.
- However, while respondents evinced strong preference for having a say in their choice or party candidates, they were more ambivalent about how much autonomy MPs should have from their party once they arrived in parliament.
2(talent/qualities) dar prueba de(qualities/talent) poner de manifiesto
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