In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1impertérritoin spite of the difficulties, he continued undaunted — a pesar de las dificultades, siguió adelante impertérrito / sin desanimarse
- undaunted by their threats — sin dejarse intimidar por sus amenazas
- I have probably been sounding a bit gloomy about the prevailing moral climate recently but I remain undaunted.
- Tucker was undaunted; he had a tale to tell, and it was important to him.
- I like this attitude: irrespective of age, anyone undaunted by imminent parenthood will probably be hopeless.
- Even when heavy rain wreaked havoc with some of the street decorations on Coronation eve, street party organisers were undaunted.
- It is our duty to remain undaunted by the challenges, both emotional and intellectual, that we face.
- Surprised, but not fazed, I plow undaunted through the first few pages.
- Taking a moment to come to terms with what had just happened, I recomposed myself and returned to my candelight supper, dazed but undaunted.
- Mr Butler said the school was undaunted and would be looking at other ways of getting funding to improve the ageing buildings.
- Throughout her life in athletics O'Rourke has been undaunted by challenges and undeterred by setbacks.
- In the end, it is her undaunted spirit and self-preservation that is remarkable, not her morality.
- Mr. Sampson is shocked by Mary's reaction, but undaunted.
- They have emerged from difficult times with a strong balance sheet and an undaunted outlook.
- Watson insists he remained undaunted, convinced that success would come with hard work and persistence.
- Even though the road ahead promises to be difficult, he remains undaunted.
- The intrepid cast are undaunted by the difficulties of the shoot.
- In recent years Pete suffered grievously from stomach cancer, but his courage and commitment remained undaunted.
- Fortunately for me, I had spent years training for nights like this and was undaunted by the fact that the bulk of my meal had not yet been placed before me.
- Despite an in auspicious start to the holiday, holidaymakers were undaunted and set out in their thousands to the various resorts.
- Haile was undaunted on the podium and in interviews.
- He was saved by undaunted courage, his own and that of hundreds of men.
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