In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of thought, silence)profundidad femenino
- The moments of emotional profundity here are golden and will suffice.
- It locates the sources of poetic excellence in the profundity of the writer's emotions and the seriousness of his thought.
- Such ignorance hardly detracts from the power or profundity of the experience.
- The profundity of the experience demonstrated the transience of everyday knowledge.
- There are moments of great emotional profundity in the film, but they're compounded by the filmmakers' reluctance to go the extra mile and put their feelings on the screen.
2(profound remark)observación profunda femenino
- Sandra Bullock is Sidda, a famous playwright who mines her ‘terrible’ childhood for profundities.
- The moments of brilliance and detached profundities are engulfed by too many false starts and half-baked ideas.
- Do directors and actors have the time and patience to go into profundities?
- Simple phrases, simple moments translate into great profundities.
- Song lyrics don't exactly overflow with profundities.
- For that matter, why does a would-be bedroom farce also try to utter philosophic profundities?
- Students who sign on for philosophy courses eager for obscure profundities, wild speculation and reflections on the meaning or, even better, the meaninglessness of life are sorely disappointed.
- It would seem that this choreographer sincerely believes dance to be an apt vehicle for representing not merely complex psychological relationships but philosophical profundities as well.
- The dialogue is sparse and when the characters do speak, it's clunkily written, laden with insipid profundities, and often badly delivered.
- We could have spent our spare time studying the profundities of the Torah.
- I found it to be wickedly intriguing, filled with dark profundities and rich subtext.
- Time's article, on the other hand, didn't ponder such profundities of belief.
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