In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(for food)gula femeninoglotonería femeninoangurria femenino Cono Sur
- Because of corporate greed elsewhere, he may not be able to get his idea to the market.
- Such places are more gourmand than gourmet, tied up with the wrong kind of greed and a vulgar desire to impress.
- On top of that there are the human factors of greed, vanity or just plain ignorance that can creep in.
- The story is one of family; the bond between brothers put to the test by a terrible act of violence and greed.
- It just looked like greed and a wilful desire to drive the few remaining little shops out of business.
- It has only bred and encouraged a race for greed and amassing wealth at the cost of the sufferers.
- You are meant to be helping us and not just serving the developers and greed and money.
- They must be made aware of the troubles that they cause by their own selfish greed.
- In our age, the men who shake the planet for their own power and greed are called corrupters.
- Hundreds of beautiful blooms are lost forever, perhaps mostly because of greed.
- It's not difficult, use some common sense and purchase for need and not for greed.
- Yet what holds the play together is a sense of disloyalty and unscrupulous greed.
- It is bad for our province and makes a laughing stock of us when greed and power appear to be the cause.
- Although legend has made her an icon of female lust, her chief vice was greed.
- His greed and love of power, are of course, allowed to run in parallel by the laws of compulsory purchase.
- He was fuelled by his greed, with no conscious thoughts except for gaining his desire.
- Some say the war is fuelled by greed more than politics, and will never end.
- In an era dominated by greed and selfishness, they acted with phenomenal selflessness.
- But the worse bit is, he is a victim of the stupidity and greed of the parents of those young boys.
- Once more, greed has been allowed to take precedence over any regard for health and beauty.
2(for power, money)codicia femeninoavaricia femenino
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