In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(policy/action) oportunista(infection/predator) oportunista
- Nor is it all the fault of racist or opportunist politicians - but they hardly help.
- Opportunism played an important part in my acquisition of data, in the same way that the subjects of study made their money from opportunist ventures.
- These are men and women who work not off of political ideals or even insight, but rather are driven by careerist ambition and opportunist fear.
- They are the most glaringly opportunist bunch of hypocrites in politics.
- And the middle-management drones who man these media outlets stations seem to be in awe of this opportunist trash-talker.
- ‘I think they were opportunist thieves and happened to be in the area,’ she added.
- Such information was priceless for opportunist burglars, he added.
- The existing rules are so opaque it is difficult to avoid the impression they were drawn up in a spirit of opportunist ambiguity.
- Nigel Corrigan, if only for that opportunist goal, will recall this final with pride.
- Customers visiting supermarkets in the town have been hit by opportunist criminals at both Somerfield and Waitrose in the High Street.
- What all these opportunist groups oppose, above all, is any independent role for the working class.
- There's not going to be an officer on every street corner at all times of day and night just waiting for that opportunist criminal.
- To detail all the political twists and turns of this thoroughly opportunist outfit would require a small book.
- This flows organically from their opportunist politics.
- Police want to boost the numbers of residents participating in the scheme which is proven to cut crime and acts as a deterrent to opportunist thieves and intruders.
- A simple device is being promoted to deter opportunist thieves.
- Wife beating is not endorsed, although some opportunist clerics interpret that it is permissible.
- I wonder what opportunist bandwagon he is planning to join this week?
- Careless motorists whose vehicles are ‘shop windows’ for opportunist thieves have left a York beat officer at the end of his tether.
- That loophole has been exploited by opportunist operators who produce watered-down spirits and market them as the real thing.
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