In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of object, material)fragilidad femenino
- But you won't find them in any supermarkets because of their fragility, so you'll have to grow your own.
- The objects on view will be changed every few months owing to their fragility.
- Salcedo was interested in the precarious nature of the materials, the fragility of the hair.
- Osteoporosis is a disease marked by excessive skeletal fragility resulting in weakened bones that are susceptible to fracture.
- Seen close up they took on all the fragility of a porcelain figurine.
- Nestled within this second basket was another basket - a dainty, bowl-like slip of a thing, charming in its seeming fragility.
- The fragility of his body, so evident in infantry combat, encouraged him to protect himself with shield, helmet, and body armour.
- First of all newspapers are rather flimsy by nature and thus quite perishable and this fragility tends to limit value.
- Fracture is determined not only by the propensity to fall but also by the underlying fragility of the bone.
- The museum was built in 1972, although the chief's home and store remained closed because of their fragility.
- In addition, there was a highly significant improvement in erythrocyte fragility, a marker of oxidative damage.
- It is our hope that all who read these pages will pledge not to disturb the majesty and fragility of these champion trees.
2(of happiness, link)fragilidad femeninoprecariedad femenino
- Politics, feminism, jealousy, and fragility of love are only a few issues tackled within this multi-layered film.
- He is a member of the European Central Bank reporting group on financial fragility.
- Aside from power politics, a theme of all three authors is the extreme fragility of American economic power.
- It becomes not just a play about male insecurity but about the fragility of the bourgeois concept of ownership.
- The tragedy brought home to us once again the fragility of human endeavor.
- In time such increased financial fragility leads to outbreaks of financial instability despite prior stabilizing policies.
- The paper itself is a lightweight Japanese sheet, adding to the atmosphere of fragility.
- It may be painful but is always crucial to separate the fragility of the ego and the effectiveness of the writing.
- In buying their children accommodations to assuage their own anxiety, parents are actually locking their kids into fragility.
- Perhaps the most serious weakness in the Chinese economy is the fragility of its banking sector.
- He knew the fragility of the Roman Empire that he had rebuilt.
- There is certain fragility about the current economic climate.
- You may project a fragility that makes others afraid they will break you by offering honest criticism.
- Childless, her condition provided my earliest impression of the fragility of life.
- The fragility of our assumptions, the quickness of the turnarounds, the certain end of it all, is what gets him going.
- The fragility of the neo-colonial state becomes glaring and it cannot be counted on as an instrument of control and reform.
- She is blessed with an exotic natural beauty and a porcelain fragility which cleverly disguises her great pliancy and strong technique.
- There is no fragility or tenuousness to his character.
- He was obsessed with the idea of the fragility of our world.
- His hopefulness is connected to his understanding of the uniqueness and fragility of Grand Isle.
3(of person) debilidad femenino(of health) precariedad femenino(of health) lo delicado
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