In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(unanswered)my letter went unacknowledged — no acusaron recibo de mi carta
2(unrecognized)(authority/champion/heir) no reconocido
- But she is not unacknowledged among ordinary men and women.
- The disorder of the gathering, manifest in the unready table as well as in the uncertain alliance among its members, resonates with the fleeting image of a bodhisattva that is unacknowledged and unseen.
- Shelley thought poets should be recognized as unacknowledged legislators.
- Previously known but sadly unacknowledged reader Eli Forester did the trigonometry.
- Was he the unacknowledged father of Madeleine's ‘sister’ (actually her daughter), Armande, whom Moliere married when she was twenty and he forty?
- Like Aristotle - his unacknowledged master throughout Parts 3 and 4 of the Ethics - he believes that moral questions can be objectively posed and objectively answered.
- On the other hand, whilst trying to find information on the Slavic / Russian Goddess Lada, I've become aware of exactly how much unacknowledged cribbing and copying of information is going on out there.
- Because we accept unacknowledged, therefore unarticulated, premises that inhibit us from identifying causes and eliminating them, we deal with the effects only of our most pressing problems.
- Like the Rathergate and Swiftvets story, the scene seems set for an invisible and unacknowledged meme to exert a powerful influence on mainstream news.
- Illness therefore, can sometimes reflect psychological processes which are either unacknowledged or seemingly unrealisable.
- In the silence - observed by everyone but Ruth, who gave a talk each evening - I felt unseen, unacknowledged.
- As they wrestled with their search for the mega-solution, a cyclist passed by, unseen, unacknowledged, and smiling.
- As a brassy cross-dressing farce, Connie and Carla is an energetic, if obvious, take on sexual role-playing and fake baritones, driven by a plot-line that is an unacknowledged steal from Some Like It Hot.
- Visit Sangre Grande Hospital and see these unacknowledged heroes who serve without fuss of fanfare, Minister Rahael.
- Anger over that unacknowledged history remains potent in the Baltic nations of Latvia, Lithunia and Estonia, annexed by the Soviet Union in 1940 and given independence 14 years ago.
- As a boy, he heard of Nat Turner's rebellion and as a young man saw his unacknowledged father and brothers go away to fight in gray.
- The sight of his own unacknowledged children brings the rake of the title closer to his reform.
- These would comprise what I consider to be our historically unacknowledged heroes.
- That is the unacknowledged stepfather of rave culture.
- The more powerful rules, however, may be unspoken, unacknowledged or even unconscious.
- Decline and death are unacknowledged possibilities because they threaten Homo Faber's claim to potency, control, and invulnerability.
- According to EFT, unacknowledged emotions underlie the positions in the negative cycle.
- Suffice it to say, the enemy of an unacknowledged enemy is not our friend.
- A symbol has multiple meanings and some resemblance to what it is supposed to represent, which in most cases is an unacknowledged idea or one the individual is not conscious of.
- His fortune changes when he is revealed to be the unacknowledged son of a wealthy white man who has left his large estate to Marchand.
- His best friend, Trompo Loco, wants nothing more from life than some attention from his unacknowledged father, Julio's secret boss Eddie.
- Who would like to walk around all day invisible and unacknowledged?
- Nevertheless, his ideas still retain a potent though unacknowledged influence in Chinese minds.
- Swindon Counselling Service, a registered charity, has 16 years of experience in helping people to get through rough patches in their relationships and also come to terms with unacknowledged emotions.
- Think ingenuity, and the usual names crop up, but exceptional management and leadership lurk unacknowledged on the corporate fringe.
- By contrast, dissatisfied spouses' behaviour changes were more likely to stay unacknowledged, showing the two partners were independent actors in the discussion.
- He put it down by the door, its presence and nature recognized but unacknowledged by either of them.
- Maybe his contradictory impulse to both risk and protect Maggie, which represents his ambivalent, unacknowledged rage towards his daughter, has brought the shadow into existence.
- They are called dance captains - some of the most unacknowledged people in musical theater.
- One of them is previously unacknowledged reader Carl Feynman, who wrote in about the bizarre SOHO image mentioned below.
- Women are the invisible workforce and the unacknowledged backbone of the family.
- On the one hand they provide a forum, a space, for work that might struggle to find an airing elsewhere, providing a small, often unacknowledged but necessary, forum for debate and experimentation.
- The image of being robbers might represent an unacknowledged side of yourself that is taking something valuable - time or attention, perhaps?
- Underlying this is the unacknowledged fact that surfing is surfing, no matter how you do it.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
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