In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(activity) frenético(attempt) desesperadoat a frenetic pace — a un ritmo frenético / vertiginoso
- He gives the film a peculiar pace, by starting with an intense and frenetic backstory.
- The game continued to flow at a frenetic pace with Steeton showing great spirit and determination to get back on level terms.
- He talks quickly and moves through life fast, but his frenetic ways have hurt him on the field.
- From the opening whistle the pace was frenetic and the fans simply loved it.
- All over Europe, citizens say that they are fed up with the frenetic pace of modern life and are opting for the slow lane.
- For just a moment, in the midst of a film of frenetic pace and constant violence, everything halts.
- The game had started at a frenetic pace as both sides sought to stamp their authority on the match.
- Everything seems to be conducted at a frenetic pace, from talking to walking to driving.
- Plus, it was built slowly and carefully, not at the frenetic pace we saw at a large factory.
- Our most enduring achievements have resulted not from frenetic activity, but rather from quiet meditation.
- The industry was in its infancy, personalities abounded and the pace of innovation was frenetic.
- It features fast, frenetic action and the hero is suitably infallible.
- Increasingly, boarding schools are attempting to fit in with the frenetic pace of modern life.
- It was frenetic, people moving fast in opposite directions shouting out at one another as they set up the reception area.
- The pace was frenetic as neither man wanted to let the other get the upper hand.
- As a respite from the frenetic pace of most of the album, the Robinson tracks are welcome.
- Her writing is hectic and frenetic, but at the same time utterly controlled.
- The last thing coach Tony Dungy will do is attempt to match the Rams' frenetic pace.
- For the West Indies, Gayle got a century, not made at his usual frenetic pace.
- There is nothing here that is not familiar, though the pace has become more frenetic.
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