In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(tale) desgarrador(experience) angustioso(experience) terrible
- Escape training can be a harrowing experience especially for those who are claustrophobic.
- Arab Americans who came forward to testify at the hearing told equally harrowing tales of harassment.
- Later, they broke down in tears as the four-week trial, which has revealed harrowing evidence, came to a close.
- Mid morning a young girl arrives after a harrowing journey, bewildered by her new surroundings.
- It was a miserable, harrowing experience for those involved.
- The film is a harrowing tale about a woman who wakes up to find her husband dead.
- The humbling and harrowing morality of the play, and much of its poetry, are lost.
- Ethiopia, where 10 to 14 million people now face famine, is also going through a harrowing experience.
- Publicity of this kind must be very harrowing for a normal, everyday woman going about her business.
- The case histories of the three women afflicted with life-long suffering from the disease made harrowing reading.
- Entering the Auburn campus had been difficult and harrowing, and Franklin still had to register for classes.
- What she went through had to have been harrowing.
- The committee has heard a number of submissions, some of which were harrowing.
- Survivors described their harrowing ordeal to reporters.
- About 1949, the harrowing experience was relived by mother.
- Dressed in a blue check shirt, blue trousers and a green jumper, he told reporters of his harrowing experience.
- The scars on his arms and his disfigured hands tell their own harrowing tale.
- Her battle with the disease included surviving two harrowing bone marrow transplants.
- It was, without exception, one of the most harrowing experiences of my life.
- Both apparently came through the harrowing incident unscathed.
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