In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Bigots, almost by definition, are generally ill-informed, so any actual facts will tend to throw them.
- I'll make some ill-informed comment on that tomorrow.
- With the election approaching, we know that we can voice whatever opinions we like, however ill-informed, vicious or just plain silly.
- I have no problem with you expressing your opinions, but that doesn't mean that your opinions cannot be stupid, or ill-informed, or ignorant.
- Don't listen to the ill-informed critics who say Swindon has no culture.
- In fact, most of their attacks had been ill-informed.
- When he last took an ill-informed swipe at weblogs and social software, I posted a rant in response, but I wished I hadn't bothered.
- The article maybe chose the wrong words and certainly was mistaken in being ill-informed about Hillsborough, but its point was valid.
- The stigma associated with homelessness is so ill-informed.
- All the parties of the Scottish parliament should be fighting against the rantings of the ill-informed and ignorant.
- But he knew that Johnson would consider such fiction ‘a vulgar pandering to an ill-informed public’.
- At best it was mere opinion, and almost always it was ill-informed and wrong opinion.
- People have repeatedly pointed out to you precisely why your opinion is ill-informed and wrong.
- Stereotyping is the refuge of those who are afraid, ignorant, ill-informed, or just filled with hatred.
- At heart, I fear that much of the ill-informed criticism stems from this misunderstanding about the role of columnists and commentators.
- Finally, the reference to the economy was ill-informed.
- If you believe that then, I am afraid, you have fallen hook line and sinker for the ill-informed and ignorant bile peddled by some of the media and extremists.
- But if he won't, then we truly don't need his ill-informed and misguided opinions to try to say otherwise.
- But to base a huge programme of traffic retardation on the idea that speed is the cause of all accidents is ill-informed and unforgivably simple.
- To suggest that officials have the right to enter homes, and to take photographs of private possessions is ill-informed scaremongering.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.