In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1mindful of sth — consciente de algo
- the president, mindful of his predecessor's fate, resigned — el presidente, consciente de / teniendo presente la suerte corrida por su antecesor, dimitió
- I am also mindful of the literary old, who are, at this point, surely less fond of me than I am of them.
- He was always aware and mindful of those less well off than himself.
- The military plan has been put together mindful of our determination to do all we humanly can to avoid civilian casualties.
- If a wholly different kind of Ireland is in the making, we should at least be mindful of the moral vacuum that currently exists.
- Hollywood, for whom foreign ticket sales are greater than those at home, is ever mindful of how its movies play abroad.
- Many Chinese reacted with alarm to the outburst, mindful of two major incidents in which they were embroiled in the past.
- I've been very mindful of how I turn my head and am careful not to rub my eyes after applying pain balm for pulled muscles in neck and shoulder.
- Perhaps yesterday they were too mindful of history, too aware of possible pitfalls to show true French joie de vivre.
- He was also mindful of the tradition and continuing place that the Listener has in critical writing in New Zealand.
- It's mindful of a changing set of values, and it's also not setting culture standards.
- Staying mindful of quality, here's where you also get to do a little dietary exploration.
- A wise politician would be mindful of what his constituency had to say, but he should not be dictated to.
- Being the sort of person who obsesses over ill-chosen clothing, I am particularly mindful of this.
- There was an intensive advertisement campaign recently making people mindful of the need to get the flu injection.
- In order to become well-informed citizens, we must always be mindful of bias in the media.
- By midnight the bottle's empty and he crawls into bed, mindful of another important meeting early next morning.
- Management was mindful of the challenge which they faced, particularly as the day dawned wet and somewhat windy.
- It is also good to be mindful of those who have less than we do.
- In making a decision, my ministers and myself have been mindful of the horrible suffering of some travelers by sea.
- Parliamentarians should be mindful of this and take the lead rather than hold back and be over-run by the process.
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