In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1indistinguibleindistinguishable from sth — indistinguible de algo
- the two products are quite indistinguishable — es imposible distinguir un producto del otro
- Brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, a sea of faces, all indistinguishable from one another.
- The point is that the two are indistinguishable - and this makes fighting a general election the devil's own job.
- If ever proof was needed that extremists of any stripe are indistinguishable from each other, here it is.
- Now, his rhetoric is virtually indistinguishable from that of his original opponent.
- The only other time I'd made bread it was indistinguishable from cement.
- In quantum theory, identical particles are also indistinguishable particles.
- Although seen as toys, many are indistinguishable from real weapons unless you hold them and examine their workings.
- British products would effectively become anonymous and indistinguishable.
- Oratorio and castrati neatly filled the gap, with songs that were almost indistinguishable from opera.
- He paints a hellish picture in which sea and sky become indistinguishable and the men battle for survival.
- The policies and slogans of the main parties become almost indistinguishable.
- As we get back on the ferry to go home, the captain shouts something indistinguishable and throws a small yellow missile at me.
- Their mannerisms are alike, their voices indistinguishable, their gaits identical.
- A chimp community from two million years ago would be completely indistinguishable to one today.
- The trouble was that many of the burial sites were in remote, indistinguishable areas and much of the loot was lost.
- I mean if art is indistinguishable from rubbish then what is the point?
- A corollary might be that sufficiently unwise technology is indistinguishable from paranoid fantasy.
- Voters sense such insincerity and then see no reason to support parties that are indistinguishable from each other.
- Resolve in one place is indistinguishable from resolve in the other.
- By this time, the two teams were caked in slime and were indistinguishable.
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