In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
verbo transitivoshunning, shunned
1(society/person) rechazar(society/person) rehuir(limelight/publicity) evitar(publicity/limelight) rehuirshe felt shunned by her colleagues — se sentía rechazada por sus colegas
- To eat alone by choice, shunning friends at mealtimes, would be another loss.
- So by claiming to shun public attention he evades confrontations and intensifies public curiosity.
- The country people were shunning the fruit because flies, which settled on dead rabbits with myxomatosis, also alighted on brambles.
- There is a small section of society that shuns the capitalistic ways of their fellow man.
- People don't know what to do with their pain and so they shun them and they are then left alone in their pain.
- Throughout the film, we see how society shuns them as unclean and useless.
- Krusty shuns his old routines in favor of edgier material - and suddenly becomes the hottest comic in show business.
- Tubin shuns big gestures in favour of reasoned argument, and the result is faceless music in which the craftsmanship is admirable but the final effect unmemorable.
- Also a divorced woman was shunned by society and treated as an outcast.
- It's a case of the more you attempt to avoid a public or shun publicity, the more it makes you enigmatic.
- The further that respectable society shuns the children, the more they follow the only route open to them and fulfil all negative expectations.
- Walker, 72, is a volatile, elusive individual who shuns the press, but he consented to a brief interview about Sharpton.
- He now lives a quiet, reclusive life in rural Cheshire, with wife Christine, shunning the media spotlight.
- Written, directed and co-starring Jon Favreau, this film tells the story of a boxer who shuns the mob to pursue his boxing dreams.
- Because if society shuns them and refuses to hire them, then what are they left with besides more crime?
- At the same time, India shuns international scrutiny and thereby denies international humanitarian access to internally displaced.
- They have decisive, take-charge personalities in a society that shuns wishy-washiness.
- Unlike some serious walkers, she said she shuns isotonic sports drinks and energy bars to refuel her body during walks, preferring instead to drink water and munch nuts.
- She shuns her friends' rules and game-playing ideas from the start.
- An actor, musician and songwriter of considerable talent, he shuns the celebrity lifestyle to relax with his family in suburban Dublin.
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