In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1no importaas conjunction no matter how hard I try, you're never satisfied — por mucho que me esfuerce, nunca estás satisfecho
- no matter what your opinion of him may be, you have to admit that … — independientemente del concepto que puedas tener de él, tienes que reconocer que …
- I want you back by 9 o'clock, no matter what — quiero que estés de vuelta a las nueve, pase lo que pase
- it'll look terrible, no matter where you put it — va a quedar horrible, lo pongas donde lo pongas
- no matter how cheap/large/tall it is — por barato/grande/alto que sea
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