In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(omission/insult) involuntarioshe had made an inadvertent admission of guilt — había admitido involuntariamente su culpabilidad
- Casting a blank glance at me, he looks as though it is I who should apologize for his inadvertent offence.
- As a result of centuries of both deliberate and inadvertent plant breeding, the varieties used today have little resemblance with their wild ancestors.
- Studies show that persons deemed beautiful by social norm receive inadvertent preferential treatment.
- This electoral process will be more transparent than in recent years, because of both intended and inadvertent government reforms.
- The law should not pursue those allegedly guilty of minor, inadvertent or technical crimes decades ago, because to do so is disproportionate and oppressive.
- I made a mental note to leave more space between seedlings next time, although the effect I'd achieved by inadvertent crowding was lovely.
- I doubt very much that the good judge requested that his inadvertent disclosure be off the record.
- Second, convictions may become disclosed by the inadvertent disclosure or consent of the offender.
- There is no other evidence of actual or inadvertent disclosure to any third party.
- There are other inadvertent legal forces that have contributed to this new monitoring regime, one of which is the expansion of sexual harassment law.
- However, inadvertent contamination of some food products has been uncovered.
- The inherent demeaning nature of such language is inadvertent, I am sure.
- There are two separate issues here: deliberate copying and stealing of information, and inadvertent copying and leaking.
- Small amounts of exposure occur from inhalation, skin absorption, and inadvertent ingestion of contaminated soil or dust.
- During normal engine operation, the inadvertent contamination of fuel by water and other contaminants must be tolerated.
- The students also had a certain stylistic flair, however inadvertent.
- Hand hygiene is believed to be the primary strategy for prevention of inadvertent inoculation or transmission of the virus.
- Presumably, they acquired the disease through inadvertent exposure.
- Biosecurity protocols and border testing are in place, and inadvertent contamination is under better control.
- Members of the defensive team need to be aware of an inadvertent or accidental tag of home plate by the catcher in such situations.
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