In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1incontroladothe dogs run through the house uncontrolled — los perros corren por toda la casa sin ningún control
- I have however often been run into by a pushchair or an uncontrolled child.
- At this time I hadn't worked out the reason for my uncontrolled descent and was rather confused.
- Ravel depicted a culture spinning out on control with uncontrolled kinetic energy.
- As he turned to go back inside he realised that Dot was standing there watching him and he let out an uncontrolled exclamation.
- The answers almost certainly can be found in our obsession with compliance and the uncontrolled whims of fund managers.
- It is what monopoly legislation was meant to be about as uncontrolled domination by one participant in any market is undesirable.
- It is disrupted in many cancers, resulting in uncontrolled cell growth.
- If uncontrolled, it causes him to bleed into his joints and muscles.
- Worsley is no longer as uncontrolled a force as he once was.
- He behaved like a spoiled brat, his power unchecked and uncontrolled.
- Loss of p53 control leads to uncontrolled growth and is associated with more aggressive tumours.
- A York man who hit a toddler twice on the face in uncontrolled anger was today starting 12 months in jail.
- We recently renewed some of the fencing in the area to protect the sheep after a spate of injuries caused to them by uncontrolled dogs.
- Quite frankly, our elections have become an uncontrolled shambles.
- The human race, without intending it, has undertaken a gigantic uncontrolled experiment on the earth.
- They scoured the dunes and nearby beach with binoculars to detect any sign of uncontrolled activity.
- Outbursts of uncontrolled rage and of teenage aggression, it seems, are becoming simply a part of the society we live in.
- This will surely result in the uncontrolled roads becoming more congested by commuter parking.
- Airspace over the aerodrome is also uncontrolled, says company secretary Chris Hudson.
- Not long ago this led to a spate of uncontrolled closures, with subpostmasters believing they had no choice but to leave.
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