In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1informar malmalinformar Cono Sur formal
- You may feel that because you are only linking to a website which purports to be advertising this event, you are not actually misinforming people.
- But they can at least try not to mislead or misinform us.
- Today he backed away from that statement, saying he was misinformed by exit polls.
- We were also misinformed regarding how often there would be activity on the field which has resulted in the quality of life for residents deteriorating.
- I wonder how many people are still misinformed about how this disease is spread?
- So tepid arguments between mumbling, incoherent, misinformed gentlemen speckle the news programmes.
- I did some research to make sure that I wasn't misinforming you and here's a few of the great discoveries that reportedly involved no vivisection.
- Whether intentionally or because he was misinformed by his advisors, he lied.
- However, it is unacceptable to misinform your troops going into battle or mislead your citizens about why you are putting their sons and daughters in harm's way.
- Repeating these fairy tales does no one any good (and, moreover, misinforms your readers).
- Those liberals that you detest are not trying to misinform children in rural communities anymore than they are trying to misinform children in urban or suburban middle class communities.
- A new government website misinforms parents about how to protect their kids from sexually transmitted diseases.
- I sincerely believe the hospital nurses were totally misinformed as to what was going on.
- The guild subsequently brought proceedings against the company accusing it of misinforming the consumer.
- Unfortunately for Darius he was misinformed as to what he was dealing with.
- Public surveys show that the media misinforms most Americans about what is sexual abuse, and who is the sexual abuser.
- When a journalist misinforms readers on their way to the ballot box democracy is sacrificed.
- I guess you were misinformed by your inside source about our upcoming attack.
- In the final analysis, I think that it is the poor and misinformed parents who contribute to this dire plight.
- The Herald has misinformed voters and readers through it's actions.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.