In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Medicinainconscienteto become unconscious — perder el conocimiento / el sentido
- she lay unconscious on the floor — estaba (tendida) en el suelo sin sentido
- to knock sb unconscious — dejar a algn inconsciente de un golpe
- A few minutes later she sat beside his unconscious body on the couch, just looking at him.
- Carl gently laid the unconscious body on one side of the door so that it would be hidden from anyone outside the room.
- Is the unconscious or lifeless body being delivered away from some unpleasant fate?
- My body took most of the impact and I knocked myself unconscious.
- Before Marie could answer, the doors opened, and Rob's unconscious body was shoved into the room.
- The smoke filled the room, and in a few minutes his labored body fell unconscious.
- A sustained attack with kicks to the head and upper body as he lay unconscious was said to have lasted more than two minutes.
- They were in even worse condition than Ian, and remained unconscious for at least fifteen minutes.
- I got the courage to run out and kneel beside Becca's unconscious body.
- The wound rendered Mark Irwin unconscious within seconds and caused his death within a couple of minutes.
- He took the unconscious woman's body and set her down in a chair in one of the bedrooms.
- There was no way that he and Poe could face what came next while trying to manage and unconscious body as well.
- Mrs Blow said Mitchell told her he was unconscious for half an hour and awoke to his friend's screams.
- She tried to struggle but she was becoming unconscious and her body was now weakened.
- His bodyguards knocked me unconscious, punching and kicking all over my body.
- At one end of it was a pile of unconscious bodies piled atop each other, and right in front of them, swords held out to the sides, was Valshar.
- It was his evidence that this causes pain and elicits a response from an apparently unconscious person.
- What you get are the snapping dogs, and bodies unconscious after a police examination or laid out for an autopsy.
- He slumped, the gun falling to the pavement and his body following in an unconscious heap.
- They carried two poles which they began lashing onto the reed mat beneath David's unconscious body.
2.1(involuntary)(act/habit/mannerism) involuntario(act/habit/mannerism) inconsciente(participant) involuntario(victim) inocente
- This is achieved by making some processes relatively automatic and unconscious.
- It had just come out unbidden, as if some deep, unconscious part of her were speaking for her.
- It is a totally instinctual, unconscious act driven by instinct and primal power, lust, need.
- The timing of the skill and the skill itself must be primarily unconscious responses.
- For Freud, every dream was caused by unconscious wishes that were released in sleep.
- Val went on to name the other men and Scott's hand went to his right temple in an unconscious gesture.
- These messages often sink deep into our unconscious mind, waiting to pop up when we become wives or husbands ourselves.
- The court system still seems to have an automatic and perhaps unconscious reflex to tell people the minimum necessary.
- It should serve as an example of the necessity for judges to be aware of the possibility of unconscious prejudice.
- Now, when we see the logo, a whole host of unconscious responses are triggered.
- The cues may be unconscious nonverbal cues, such as muscular tension or gestures.
- For if it is survival that you are after, unconscious mechanisms are the better bet.
- Fish may be images of deeply unconscious processes - something nourishing arising from deep within.
- To what degree is our behaviour instinctive, unconscious, and therefore robotic?
- Indeed, much sensory processing, essential for the regulation of the body, is entirely unconscious.
- It is both intentional and conscious and unintentional and unconscious.
- The sea stands for the unconscious mind and deeper levels of being, the book unveils the hidden nature of men and women.
- Zander dismissed the statement with a wave of his hand, an almost unconscious gesture.
- I hope that it is an automatic, unconscious response, and I think we should do more to find out whether it is or not.
- In my view they are what can properly be meant, by the way, by evocative talk of the subconscious or the unconscious mind.
2.2(unaware)to be unconscious of sth — no ser consciente de algo
- I was in Mexico a few weeks ago, blithely unconscious of the Zapatistas.
- But Jim, he wasn't unconscious of this, it's actually a quality about himself that he parodies constantly.
- The scary thing is that these guys remain so largely, maybe even wilfully, unconscious of their power and privilege, and have so much influence - for now.
- Though unconscious of them, such memories are claimed to be significant causal factors in shaping conscious thought and behavior.
- She was so young as to not understand the ink her name was written in, and unconscious of it, and all that was to befall her.
- What's worse about the contemplative life, he told me afterwards, is that ‘most of the time you're unconscious of it.’
- He is almost unconscious of this recurring litany because he not only believes it - he feels it.
- Lamely suave, spouting banalities about pop music and unconscious of his savage condescension toward women, he's a rancid summation of the Playboy ethic.
- Perhaps at the absolute extreme some see dogs as an affront to God because they live in the moment, unconscious of tomorrow let alone eternity, and have no desire to govern their appetites.
- Sight, hearing, touch, smell, taste, and motion continually participate, though we may often be unconscious of them, in the ways we literally make sense of the world, and art.
- If the speech he is making is one that he is accustomed to make over and over again, he may be almost unconscious of what he is saying, as one is when one utters the responses in church.
- For that matter, who is unaware of the structural changes that have transformed socialism, has ever been unconscious of the racial or sexual divisions within the working class?
- Remember what Nabokov said about his nymphets, that in the midst of others ‘she stands unrecognized by them and unconscious of her fantastic power.’
- Governor Darling regarded Wentworth as ‘a vulgar ill-bred fellow, utterly unconscious of the common civilities, due from one Gentleman to another’.
- The children seem to be happy at the centre, blissfully unconscious of their condition.
- The best work is when you're not thinking of yourself, you're unconscious of what other people think because you actually do your job, you're more focused and very committed to it.
- It's as if Sinn Fein was unconscious of the message the killing sent to its own constituents.
- Being unconscious of the custom's existence, her actions could be considered karmically neutral, as she lacked the intention to offend.
- It is the Canadian federal government's aim - though they may be unconscious of it - to hasten the day when no tree is left to cut, and all jobs, and the communities they sustain, collapse.
- But as a child, she was unconscious of not being able to hear, or that it should make a difference to what she does and started giving public performances from the age of 10 years.
3Psicología(thoughts/process/desire) inconscientethe unconscious mind — el inconsciente
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