In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(not selectively)sin discriminación
- Talking about "the media" indiscriminately in discussing this scandal is dumb.
- This caused problems during pregnancy when iron tablets used to be given indiscriminately or because haemoglobin levels fell.
- Countries such as Indonesia are indiscriminately logging the rainforests - don't be part of it.
- Mothers of mixed children also responded indiscriminately (i.e., permissively) toward their children's noncompliance, just like parents of purely aggressive children.
- So before you indiscriminately compare Rush to Trent Lott's remarks, put things into some perspective.
- Zinc therapy should be limited to a short period because of the increased incidence of copper deficiency if lozenges are taken indiscriminately for six to eight weeks.
- But no one can defend bonuses indiscriminately handed out. "
- The pedal is essential for achieving desired tones and coloring, but must never be used indiscriminately.
- Don't indiscriminately consider nationalism to be heretical.
- But remember, you are not a ravenous bear indiscriminately filling your belly for the long winter ahead.
- The subpoena alleged that Dr. Bearman had "indiscriminately" recommended the use of medical marijuana to the patient.
- As my parents warned, you couldn't indiscriminately open the packaging.
2(uncritically)sin criteriosin discernimiento
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