In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1profuso(bleeding) intensoshe was profuse in her apologies/compliments — se deshizo en disculpas/cumplidos
- I found her profuse thanks embarrassing — me agradeció tan efusivamente que me sentí incómoda
- Jill offered her profuse thanks, and allowed Alex to show her around his place, but not without casting a look at me over her shoulder.
- After one outburst, Flaubert offered profuse apologies and swore never again to behave as he had.
- Equally helpful to prevent profuse bleeding is that all arteries and veins in the giraffe's legs are very internal.
- When he was able to get to his feet he offered the man who had saved him his profuse thanks, along with a question.
- It appeared with profuse apologies from our temporary waitress.
- The network issued a profuse apology yesterday to dozens of its affiliated stations for leaving them with a black screen and without news coverage at a crucial moment on Wednesday night - the beginning of their local newscasts.
- The surgery proceeds without incident until suddenly profuse bleeding begins at the surgical site.
- Please, nevertheless, accept our profuse and sincere apologies for this incident.
- The loaves crash to the floor and in the erupting chaos we are offered profuse excuses and apologies.
- I was collapsing numerous times each day and later, very much later, of course, I was diagnosed with profuse bleeding in my stomach.
- You missed the profuse apologies, and the promise of a full refund.
- A quick query brought profuse apologies - her order had been mislaid.
- You also received profuse apologies, which you richly deserved.
- Frankly, I found his profuse apologies and repeated bowing a bit embarrassing.
- Amid profuse offers of distilled beverages, baloney sandwiches, and hard-boiled eggs, I got in the car and drove off.
- I have been offered a profuse apology by the individual concerned, and I have accepted it.
- Such profuse adulation of the rich exists side-by-side with occasional media trashing of individuals as overly piggish or personally flawed.
- In traditional surgery using scalpels, bleeding can be so profuse that patients need a blood transfusion.
- The collision caused severe skin wounds of the eyebrows and profuse bleeding in both players.
- Caution is necessary when performing venipuncture, lymph node biopsy, and bronchoscopy because there may be profuse bleeding due to the high venous pressures in the head and neck.
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