In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(familiarly)(chat/whisper) con familiaridad(whisper/chat) con intimidadI'm not intimately acquainted with them — no tengo mucha intimidad con ellos
1.2formal euphemistic (sexually)de modo íntimo
2.1(closely)(associated/linked) íntimamente(associated/linked) estrechamentehe is intimately involved in the campaign — está muy metido en la campaña
2.2(in detail)(know) a fondo(know) en profundidadI'm not intimately acquainted with the problem — no estoy muy interiorizado del problema Cono Sur formal
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