In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The blackout victim is in an extremely dangerous position at the point of unconsciousness.
- Instantly, the visiting fighter is on top of his prone opponent and quickly smashes him into unconsciousness with fierce blows to the face.
- At last he faded into his final unconsciousness.
- Without defense, even Judo greats can be chocked into unconsciousness by a white belt student.
- All you have to look forward to now is unconsciousness.
- On the second day of her sickness, she began to run a fever and fell into unconsciousness four times.
- The resultant unconsciousness from a severe hit to the back of the head from a coffee table led to an epiphany which has changed his life.
- Less frequently, weakness or paralysis of a limb or limbs, or unconsciousness, may occur.
- A good strangulation hold should render the opponent unconsciousness without injury or significant pain in a matter of seconds regardless of whom the opponent is.
- There must have been an interval of absolute unconsciousness, seconds or minutes.
- Normally, such patients are known to have heart disease, which is the cause for unconsciousness.
- Some of his characters seem to be in a state of amnesia or unconsciousness.
- Blood pressure may drop to dangerously low levels, causing unconsciousness.
- An open microphone over the next six minutes revealed the progressive deterioration of the pilot toward unconsciousness.
- Viewers eventually called the police, but only after he had lapsed into unconsciousness.
- He pressed down the pain and fought against unconsciousness.
- Exposure to higher concentrations results almost immediately in disorientation and unconsciousness.
- Then a metal rod touched his bare shoulder, electrocuting him into unconsciousness.
- I slipped under the light sheets with her and joined her in complete unconsciousness.
- Darcy briefly toyed with the idea of feigning unconsciousness.
2(unawareness)unconsciousness of sth
- his unconsciousness of having insulted us was clear — estaba claro que no era consciente de habernos insultado
- Jim's figurative decapitation could thus be regarded as a literal interpretation of this ideal of racial unconsciousness.
- But in my unconsciousness I didn't know what it meant.
- Yet they were sung with a kind of naivete and unconsciousness.
- In all their class unconsciousness they merely agitated for improvements in the social sickness that caused the problems initially.
- The eighth song is about impetuousness and unconsciousness of teenagers.
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