In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1indiferencia femeninoindifference to/toward sb/sth — indiferencia ante/hacia algn/algo
- it's a matter of complete indifference to me — me es totalmente indiferente
- Dutch public schools teach children to view the sexes as equal and to regard sexual orientation as a matter of indifference.
- If their teachers do not seriously try to teach history, then they will be replicas of our generation for whom history is a matter of indifference.
- For the woman worker it is a matter of indifference who is the ‘master’ a man or a woman.
- It is a matter of indifference as far as the Legal Aid is concerned.
- What happens to the Russians, what happens to the Czechs, is a matter of utter indifference to me.
- What distinguishes them is not the nature of the fraud but the technical means by which it is perpetrated, and this is a matter of indifference in English law.
- That there is no scientific evidence to support these claims is a matter of indifference to those who believe them.
- The difference between the sexes is no accident or matter of indifference.
- Which side is winning is a matter of complete indifference to them.
- It is not a matter of indifference to Scots how the English elect to run their education system.
- Mass-murder and suffering were a matter of indifference to them.
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