In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(tiredness)agotamiento masculinoto suffer from exhaustion — sufrir de agotamiento
- Supreme confusion warred with mental exhaustion for dominance over her visage.
- Jengo was finding it hard to catch up with Shi, due to extreme exhaustion.
- After five weeks in combat these soldiers sunk into a state of extreme exhaustion and lassitude.
- The combat life of this famous pilot was not the fanciful image of an undaunted superhero but one of considerable physical and mental exhaustion as well as trauma.
- What was most striking about the run-up to the peace deal was the morbid fixation on the physical and mental exhaustion of the parties.
- It was as though her mental exhaustion had infiltrated her physical being.
- He was unable to speak from exhaustion, physical pain and mental anguish.
- Nothing is worse than chronic irritability, a feeling of exhaustion and mental fatigue.
- Naturally, such acute physical exhaustion has a direct mental parallel.
- She will demonstrate how to resolve problems such as anxiety, mental exhaustion, digestive and skin problems using herbs.
- They've played before and are a perfect match when it comes to energy levels and desire to terrorize the other until both have passed out from mental exhaustion.
- With burnout, the professional loses the ability to cope with daily life as a function of physical, mental and emotional exhaustion.
- The American star admitted herself to hospital late on Wednesday, suffering from extreme exhaustion.
- In the light of an electric bulb dazzling at a distance, you try to study his face for signs of exhaustion - physical as well as emotional.
- Mental and physical exhaustion retards the growth of body and mind, and it often causes a psychosomatic illness.
- The medical costs of caring for him and the mental anxiety and exhaustion of living with him finally overwhelmed her.
- Physical exhaustion contributes to errors of judgement, just as machine fatigue contributes to breakdowns and malfunctions.
- The peak summer heat results in extraordinary mental and physical exhaustion, sleeplessness and occasionally depression.
- Steve was napping frequently, though I think it may have been photo trip fatigue rather than physical exhaustion.
- But when things are liberated, they pass into extreme forms and exhaustion, culminating in a new kind of imprisonment.
2(of supplies, energy)agotamiento masculino
- Government policy of granting very small claims gave everyone a chance, but also led to rapid exhaustion of claims and large rushes to new fields.
- He decided to make a precautionary landing on an interstate highway as his fuel supply neared exhaustion.
- Bahrain was the first Gulf Arab state to produce oil, in 1932, but its reserves are now near exhaustion.
- As the stock of the DAT nears exhaustion, perhaps we should be considering a CD version.
- This egg quality decline was attributed to the exhaustion of lipid and protein reserves required to produce viable eggs.
- MacLean briefly discusses the exhaustion of southern soils.
- In every case, it said finite reserves of these minerals were approaching exhaustion and prices would rise steeply.
- Each day, populations alternated between active growth and nutrient exhaustion.
- It is the world's largest violin playing just for the exhaustion of our natural resources.
- In essence, imperial overstretch demonstrates how America's ongoing exhaustion of its economic resources undermines important national security objectives.
- The practice of burning stubble in the cereal region also increased soil exhaustion.
- At last, farmers escaped from the vicious trade-off between soil exhaustion and leaving land idle.
- Any treatment that can improve the healing of pressure ulcers will be beneficial in preventing the exhaustion of medical resources.
- The exhaustion of a deposit, the discovery of new reserves, civil war, a change in government, or a new trade agreement can affect supplies.
- Of course, at high levels, geographic concentration of organizations may signal intense localized competition and exhaustion of resources.
- The collapse of complex societies follows exhaustion of resources, climatological change and/or increasing levels of entropy.
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