In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(support) incondicional(defender) acérrimo(resistance) firme(resistance) tenaz
- She was a wonderful woman, intelligent and stout-hearted.
- Italy's few stout-hearted collectors of emerging art, Giuseppe Panza most conspicuously, were inclined to favor the Americans.
- Colonel Sakurai was a stout-hearted and straightforward man.
- When Hell-Cat Maggie screeched her battle cry and rushed biting and clawing into the midst of a mass of opposing gangsters, even the most stout-hearted blanched and fled.
- The power of a whining drill to strike terror into the most stout-hearted Scot is a key reason why the country has one of the worst records on dental health in Europe.
- In fairness, after again showing their customary and deeply worrying failure to put the opposition away, Galway dug deep to earn a replay against a busy and stout-hearted Dongal team.
- The stout-hearted intensity of this company provided a conviction of its own.
- In Shakespeare, probity is the possession of stout-hearted simpletons, such as Florizel, Bassanio, and Duke Orsino.
- Mascots are some of the most noble, dedicated, and stout-hearted performers.
- Large crowds attended the funeral ceremonies on both days, a fitting and entirely deserved tribute to this stout-hearted gentleman.
- With the value of the euro plummeting like a stone, not only stout-hearted defenders of sterling must have been wishing they could receive this assurance in writing.
- A few minutes research in any supermarket is enough to alarm the most stout-hearted customer.
- The two teams continued to fight on and both sets of defences dug in deep and contested every ball with stout-hearted blocking, hooking and tackling.
- First, I rounded up three stout-hearted companions.
- Having said that, I think we really have to be stout-hearted.
- Ekanayake was adjudged the Man of the Match for his stout-hearted effort.
- Lauren and I are stout-hearted individuals and, as you may remember, psychic twins.
- Any sallies into Ballyhaunis territory by the St. Colman's lads were usually blunted by the bulwark of the stout-hearted Ballyhaunis defence whose confidence and commitment was never once dented on this occasion.
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