In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1superarwe were completely outmatched — eran totalmente superiores a nosotros
- His considerable strength and skill that would easily outmatch an opponent in normal situations now seemed dreadfully inadequate.
- The dragon retaliated with flames and dark magic, easily outmatching them despite its wounds.
- Edward's bellow outmatched his young son's by half.
- Moreover, as part of a small firm with four lawyers and some ‘secretaries turned into paralegals,’ they were hugely outmatched by the opposition.
- They were not outnumbered, but they were outmatched.
- The former matched and sometimes outmatched them.
- However, I was proved outmatched by every opponent I faced.
- He has the ability to raise his game to outmatch his opponent, and is expected to pull off some interesting wins.
- The ballet, given three casts of principals, proved decently enough danced at a creditable second-tier level; the women, however, markedly outmatched the men.
- But while the evidence suggests that the demand is there, it is still clearly outmatched by supply.
- The combat power of this element far exceeds and outmatches any threat faced.
- She began to parry and dodge their blazing fast attacks, but she was clearly outmatched and succumbed to their slashes and blows and was being pushed back.
- Oh, how fortunate you are to be the daughter of one of the few women who have outmatched all males in her life.
- The visual appeal is outmatched by the fantastic soundtrack.
- This strain demonstrates rapid and aggressive colonization and far outmatches other isolates in bioactivity and vigor.
- While cruise ships have food aplenty today, the liners in their heyday outmatched today's ships by far.
- His rival's uncanny instinct outmatched his own methodical approach.
- His passion was outmatched only by his awesome talent.
- On the other hand, maybe we just shouldn't bother since we seem to be so outmatched in the hatred department anyway.
- Graham struggled, but he was outmatched and gave up.
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