In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person) imprevisor(action/lifestyle) falto de previsión
- Theodore was born at Port Adelaide into the large and improvident family of a Romanian father and English - Irish mother.
- No evidence was adduced to show that this was an improvident sale.
- But this, too, is true: Every improvident loan requires an improvident borrower to seek and accept it.
- Consequently, early versions of the installment plan were dismissed as the folly of the improvident poor, immigrants, and women.
- This bill proposes to create a civil action for the improvident transfer of property by a vulnerable adult.
- This well illustrates that even the best regulated national fisheries are not immune to improvident policies motivated by short-term social and political concerns.
- It was held that notwithstanding the solicitor's lapses leading to the pretrial, they did not, alone or in combination, amount to egregious error, nor was the plaintiff's settlement improvident.
- He had hoped it would bring him money and social position, but Emily's father ties up her fortune, and Lopez is revealed as an improvident adventurer.
- The wives are greedy and the men, in the absence of any well-regulated women, are recklessly improvident.
- Henry VI proved to be improvident, malleable, vacillating, partisan, uninterested in the arts of government, and, above all, antipathetic to the chivalric world his ancestors had adorned.
- Hobbling creditors means that interest rates rise permanently, to the sober and honest as well as the improvident; but why should the former be taxed to subsidize the latter?
- Many people of normal capacity make improvident and unwise decisions in business matters.
- While damages may be the remedy in an action for improvident sale, following disposal those damages cannot be measured without a benchmark of value consistent with commercial reasonability.
- Born in London in 1914 and educated at private schools, he never knew his father and grew up in lodgings with a mother who was as improvident as she was unpresentable.
- No. Unless the court expressly reserved authority to do so in its order, the court can only reduce the fee if it is improvident as a result of an event that was not capable of being anticipated at the time of the order.
- It is a matter of irrelevance, at least to me, whether the grant was improvident or no.
- Or put another way, it's stealing from tomorrow to make up for the improvident ways of today.
- No evidence is found that would suggest in all the circumstances that the transaction was intently improvident or fraudulent.
- Now that our government has implicated us in this regrettable, improvident and illegal war - we are obliged to make a substantial commitment to reconstruction.
- Lily is spoiled, pleasure-loving, and has one of those society mothers who are as improvident as a tornado.
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