In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(variance, contradiction)falta de coherencia femeninocontradicción femenino
- They could point out inconsistencies in what the guy has said before and then try to pin him down.
- There are a whole heap of inconsistencies in the arguments that have been put forward.
- Revenue assumes that the tax return is correct until some inconsistency or discrepancy shows it to be wrong.
- The problem is that some of these shared assumptions are loaded with inconsistencies and contradictions.
- Dawe is a master at observing life's inconsistencies and creating memorable stories.
- At this point, all I want to do is point out the inconsistencies of the many stories.
- Are there any inconsistencies in findings relating to this area?
- As befits the utterance of evil, the speech is riddled with inconsistencies.
- Commentators have pointed out the numerous inconsistencies, contradictions and clumsy passages.
- The internal pressures and inconsistencies of the mullahs' regime will do their work for them.
- The remainder of the constitution is riddled with absurdities and inconsistencies.
- Bundock pointed out a number of inconsistencies and contradictions in the testimony.
- His evidence was riddled with inconsistencies and contradictions, the court heard.
- Solid, there's no glaring inconsistencies through the film that distract you.
- Even more glaring than these analytical wrinkles are the report's many inconsistencies.
- Time will easily solve the latter inconsistency, but the loftiness of Paterson's tone is more troubling.
- But major plot holes and inconsistencies dogged the thing, and left me frustrated.
- I agree that the inconsistencies were a significant aspect of the defence case.
- He'd published a million ideas so the search for inconsistencies was a researcher's dream.
- The apparent inconsistency should not be interpreted as ignorance or a deliberate attempt to mislead.
2(unevenness)imperfección femeninoanomalía femenino
- That is, inconsistency reflects dissimilarity without directly assessing conflict.
- The Commission's creativity and inconsistency have blurred the significance of these distinctions.
- Difficulties faced in the analysis arose from inconsistency in educational data.
- That kind of inconsistency will lead to an awful lot of frustration.
- Does it not go to the question of inconsistency, rather than exclusivity?
- The bias and inconsistency is so bad that it is actually painful for him.
- It concerns on a stricter view the question of operational inconsistency.
- There is no inconsistency between the express words of the policies and that custom.
- Charlton have been a model of inconsistency in recent weeks.
- That suspicion has been inflamed by infuriating inconsistency.
- First, there is no inconsistency between apparently selfless acts and the fact of our biology.
- Variation and inconsistency in suggested techniques of self examination have always been considerable.
- What disappointed him more than anything else was their inconsistency.
- In a season of inconsistency for the Saints, lack of injuries has been one of the constant positives.
- Poor wrist action is a major reason for inconsistency and a lack of distance in your game.
- He said State Government planning authorities were guilty of inconsistency and deception.
- The attack, on the contrary, showed a streak of disharmony and inconsistency.
- It may sometimes be best for courts to move to the best rule in steps, even at the price of inconsistency during the transition.
- There is inconsistency in the prevalence data on smoking provided by different major national UK studies.
- The fans have been on to him because of his inconsistency.
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